Saivite Temples - Salem District
This is one of the Pancha Bhootha Temples on the banks of the Vasishta River and represents Vayu (Air).
An underground chamber discovered with idols here indicates the antiquity of this temple.
This is an ancient temple that has some inscriptions indicating its antiquity.
The original temple on the hilltop is considered a Vaippu Sthalam mentioned in the Hymns of Sundarar.
This is a beautiful old temple very well suited to spend a peaceful time.
This is a beautiful old temple with stucco depictions of the lives of some of the Nayanars.
This is the most beautiful temple in the district with some of the finest sculptures.
Kaalangi Sidhdhar, a disciple of Thirumoolar, lived and merged with the lord here.
The lord here emerged out of a snake mound where a cow was shedding milk.
There is a temple tank here called Chunnambu Kuttai having limestone on the sides.
This is one of the Pancha Bhootha Temples in the region and represents Aakash (Sky).
There are four adjoining temples here for Perumal, Amman, Vinayaka and Shiva.
This is a unique temple with two small lingams on a single Aavudayar (base).
This is a beautiful and peaceful temple set in the middle of fields and coconut palms.
This is an old temple that has been renovated recently and has many inscriptions.