Thiruvavaduthurai – Masilamaneeswarar Temple

Masilamaniswara Temple is  located in the village Thiruvaduthurai, located 22 km from Kumbakonam and 14 km from Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu. The temple is reverred in the verses of Tevaram, the 7th century Tamil Saiva canon by Tirugnana Sambandar, Appar and Sundarar.

The Temple

The temple has a five tiered Rajagopuram with elevated stone walls separating the second, third and fourth precinct. The images of the presiding deity, Masilamaniswarar, in the form of Shiva lingam occupies the main sanctum facing east. The shrine of the consort of Masilamaniswarar, Oppilamulaiyar faces west. The third prakaram has a separate shrine for the saivite saint Tirumular. The temple has three water bodies located at various places inside the temple. The Thiruvaduthurai Adheenam is located in the premises outside the fourth precinct.




Thirumoolar Jeeva Samadhi


Biggest Nandhi – Bigger than Thanjavur and Thriduvidaimarudhur Temple


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Vasudevan says:

    Very nice presentation. As like Direct Dharshan.


    1. Ramprakash S says:

      Thank you very much!!!


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