Its a gem and there is hardly any architecture required as everything is almost God made (Caves). The walk way from back gate shows the old houses built 100s or even 1000s of years ago where the Archakas of the temple have been residing for years now without a tinge of how old it is.
The temple once went in is under a cave which is bent towards the Lingam of Shiva. Once in you'll feel the heat though you have been in the winter season, as the ventilation is bit scarce due to the cave.
You could find the shrines of Shiva, Kumaraswamy, Parvathy and Ganapati in the temple. An old cave which is currently closed used to lead to Kashi by walk, which is currently closed. As per the archakas this cave leading to Kashi was closed as many attempted to walk in and could not find a hint of where they went, as it leads through river Ganga in between and forests to reach the destiny. So this is closed as per the instructions from Government.
On the day of Sankranthi(pongal) the Sun shine moves from the Doors to the shrine of Lord Shiva for 5 minutes and disappears. This is the most visited days to this temple and its a spectacular natural marvel which you must experience atleast once in a life.
You have good 2 wheeler parking facilities and 4 wheeler parking on road side.
All in all a must visit place in your life time.
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