Saivite Temples - Thiruchirappalli
Brahma to get relieved of Shiva’s curse installed the Lingam and worshiped here and hence the name of the lord is Brahmapureeswarar.
An east facing Chola style structure, this temple is considered as one of the Pancha Linga Kshetrams.
Kasi Viswanathar, Edangimangalam
This is a dilapidated, old, east facing temple with no walls. The deities look old and seems attended to.
Kameswarar Temple, Thiruvellur
Vijalaya Chola II is said to have demolished the temple and kept a tunnel only to be entered by him.
Madhyarjuneswara Swamy, Pettaivaithalai
It is on record that this temple deities were named after the Thiruvudaimarudur temple.
This temple is about 5 kilometers northwest of Thuraiyur off the Koppampatti Road.
Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi
Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi is an ancient east facing temple which is under the maintenance of ASI.
Thirumoolanadar Temple, Poovalur
Lord Muruga is seen here with 12 hands sitting on his Peacock. Arunagirinadar has sung the praise of Muruga here.
Tharmeeganadaswamy Temple, Gunaseelam
Tharmeeganadaswamy Temple, Gunaseelam is a small east facing temple with an entrance from west.
Viswanathar Temple, Valadi
Not much is known about this small and ancient temple in Valadi on the Lalgudi Road.
Kailasanadar Temple, Vellanur
Kailasanadar Temple, Vellanur is east facing temple with beautiful Vimaanas for the shrines.
The Shiva Lingam here is said to have been installed by Lord Rama.
A small temple, recently renovated in peaceful and beautiful location.
Parantaka Chola, Rajaraja Chola, Rajendra Chola, Hoysala and Nayak Kings have contributed to this temple.
The officiating priest mentioned similarity in events to that of the Thiruvaiyaru Temple!
A beautiful ancient temple with inscriptions belonging to the Chola Era all around.
This temple dates back to the Hoysala period and was worshiped by them during the 13th Century CE.
The goddess here is about 4-5 feet tall and has a third eye on the forehead.
An old and beautiful temple nicely situated on a high elevated platform.
Saptharisheeswarar Thiruthavathurai, Lalgudi
Many stone inscriptions including one inscribed with the songs of saint Thiagarajar about the lord and his consort are found here.
This is a well known Muruga Temple, but the main deity here is Lord Shiva.
A beautiful temple with spacious surroundings and some old Idols. The large Nandi looks striking.
An ancient temple with stone inscriptions belonging to Rajaraja Chola, Rajendra Chola and Veera Rajendra Chola.