Mostly people like to visit temples and hill temples are always a nice visit. In Tamil Nadu, people believe that on every hill top, big or small, a temple of Murugan will always be there. I just wanted to list those temples which I have visited.
Sivan Temple- Velliangiri hills in Coimbatore District. Since it is a forest, only men are allowed on the top to go by walk but others can see the temple from down below. Agasthiar Temple in Papanasam which also features agasthiar falls, is a a real treat on the podhigai hills.
Read Dress code in Tamil Nadu temples.
The temples at
1) Singaperumal Koil(Vishnu temple), Kancheepuram District
2) Tirupparankundram (Murugan temple), Madurai District
3) Tiruvannamalai (Sivan Temple), Vellore District
are the other unique sites. The shrines are on the hills themselves and are so famous for making rounds of the hills (it is called Girivalam) which is done especially during full moon days and also on other days.
Uniqueness of the number nine(Nava)
There are three kinds of nava temples in Tamil Nadu
One cannot finish this trip in a day as the distance is about 100 kms; it may take two or three days.
The trip to these temples will take two to three days as the distance between the temples are more.
Also check: Tamilnadu Tourist Places
This article will be helpful to those who want to make a pilgrimage trip to Tamilnadu.
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