Saivite Temples, Thiruvallur District
Kailasanadhar, facing east
Kamalavalli Amman, facing east
Ganesha, Dakshinamurthy, Mahavishnu, Brahma, Durga, Chandikeswara
Kailasanadhar Eechambadi temple is believed to have been built by the Karvet Nagar rulers from the carvings of Varaha (Boar) and Koorma (Tortoise) symbols on the ceiling. The stone inscription here contains a portion of eulogy of the Chola King Rajendra Chola I (1012 – 1044 AD) giving an approximate indication of the temple’s period and age. It is also mentioned in an inscription in the Sree Venugopalaswami temple in Karvet Nagar that Rajaraja Cholan performed Yagas in 1157 AD for eighty days and contributed to three temples including Kailasanadhar Eechambadi Temple.
The Lord of the nearby temple, Sri Vijayaraghava Perumal stood and sang in praise of Kailasanadhar and thus the village came to be called as Perumal Nindra Oor and later transformed to Perumanallur. The words ‘Perumal Eesanai Paadinar’ gradually transformed to Eechambadi.
Two kilometers from Pallipattu on the Nagari Road you will come to a small sign pointing right to this village, drive for about a kilometer and you will see the Shiva Temple’s Vimanaas on the left.
Kailasanadhar Eechambadi temple was totally dilapidated and recently some funds sanction has happened from the government.
Stay and Food
None locally, nearest is Pallipattu