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We, my family of 3 adults, visited this famous temple in Vedaranyam on 23.06.2018, Saturday evening at 5.00pm. Not much crowd. We entered the temple through East Madha st.One of the Saptha Vidangan temple, Lord Siva here is praised and prayed as Maraikadar. or Thirumarai...More
The temple is hardly 500 metres from Bus stand of Vedaranyam which is 45kms drive from Nagapattinam town.
The shrine of God Shiva is very beautiful but for lack of patronage, the premises remain neglected.
Kindly read about the history and special features of this beautiful temple and take a note of it before going to temple.
Please take your own time.Don't be in a hurry inside the temple.
Temple has a lot of facts which I can't explain here....More
We visited the Vedaranyeshwarar temple as part of a South Tamil Nadu road trip. The temple is ~3 hours drive from Rameshwaram on the ECR. You can combine a visit to Point Calimere or Kodiyakarai (in Tamil) if you come to this temple
This is a beautiful ancient temple in Vedaranyam town also commonly known as the Vedaranyeswarar Temple and is dedicated to the Lord Shiva.The Sage Agasthiar is said to have a darshan of Shiva and Parvathi's marriage in this place. It is a very big temple...More
This is the temple where Appar and Sambandar sang songs to open the temple main door. The vedas worshipped Shiva here at the temple and closed the doors. Common people always used a small side door to get into the temple, until Appar and Sambandar...More
We heard so much about this temple and decided to pay it a visit when visiting the area. I have to admit we were overwhelmed as to how wonderful and grand this temple was. The temple was huge and it had recently gone through a...More
Quaint little temple in a quaint little town.
Why do I call the temple quaint and little when while it is quaint it is not small at all? This is because the Vedaranyeswarar Temple takes it character from the slow paced town. Or is it...More