Kudumiyanmalai Temple
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Anna S
Malaysia106 bidrag
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feb. 2024 • Par
- because this place embodies a fantastic symbiosis of nature, culture, architecture and friendly people.
This is the Arulmigu Kuduminathar Temple, which, with its individual components, blends harmoniously into a gentle, hilly environment. There is an enchanting flair about this ensemble of people, mountains and architecture.
The juxtaposition of passages from the Pallava, Chola, Pandya and Nayak styles is interesting here. The temple is considered an ‘architectural gem’ among insiders.
Evidently, Kudunijanmalai is not on the tour operators’ checklist. So (thank God) you won’t find people here who travel in large groups, loudly and in shorts, who are constantly looking for places for their selfies - and who also destroy the flair of magnificent complexes with their behavior.
In short: you will also find a piece of India here that has been lost in other places.
Another tip: The gentle chain of hills behind the temple complex inspired us to hike to the top of this landscape. The path looks more problematic from below than it actually is, but we managed the climb without any problems - despite our age. From there we were able to enjoy a fantastic view of the surrounding area and see two smaller temples. On our way down we discovered a side path that we could use to walk around the whole group of hills - also without any problems.
At the end of the 'trail' we found a small restaurant where we could enjoy drinks and small snacks among the very friendly inhabitants of the village. We were the only 'non-Indian' people here and at this point we found a highlight of our several-week trip to India that we will never forget.
How to get there: We had no problem getting a bus ride for little money - under €1 - from the Putukottai bus terminal. Frequent departures.
Skrevet 16. mars 2024
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Tamilnambi
Coimbatore, India136 bidrag
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des. 2020
This marvelous place is just a few kilometers from sittanavasal. The countryside road itself will make you fall in love with this place. The temple is huge and quiet which gives you a calm mind. The famous music inscriptions are on the back side of the temple, and usually a guard will be there to show you around. If you give him some money, he will also show you around the temple and the sculptures on the front mandapam, which are as important as the inscriptions.
Skrevet 21. januar 2021
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AADSUN
Bangalore, India120 bidrag
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des. 2019
The Shiva linga is placed inside the rock cut out of the huge hill. The temple starts from the linga and keeps extending outside. This temple has been built in phases by many empires. We can see the difference of the architectures built by each empires - Pallava, Chola, Pandya and Nayakars. Check of the ASI person available here to view the entire temple as certain places were locked down.
You get to see lot of Tamil and Telugu inscriptions on the temple walls
Skrevet 7. januar 2020
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Venkataraman R
Chennai (Madras), India210 bidrag
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feb. 2019 • Venner
This temple is built in multiple generations right from Chola period to till Nayak period. Some of the beautiful idols are mutilated due to muslim invasion. Still, many of the idols are left untouched. There are many small shrines inside the temple for Lord Shiva, built during chola times and nayak times. There is a rock cut temple for Lord shiva, which is magnificant. There are also 63 nayanmars inscription in the hillock near the temple.
There is also 100 pillar hall. There is also musical notes inscription, which is around 7th century. Surprised to see the knowledge of musical notes around that time. Overall, very good temple to visit for its sculptures, rock cut temple, musical inscription.
Skrevet 14. april 2019
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Karthik_Balaswamy
Chennai (Madras), India80 bidrag
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aug. 2018 • Par
A place that you can see Pallava, Pandya, Chola and Naik art and architecture. Best if you can get the local pujari to take you through the entire complex. Be-Aware that there are a lot of monkeys in and around the temple - so park your car at a safe distance away from the entrance. Within the temple, keep your belongings close.
Skrevet 27. august 2018
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kamalavy
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia33 bidrag
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jul. 2018 • Par
Temple is located about 20km from Pudukottai. We took a rickety bus from the central bus stand in Pudukottai. After weaving through numerous villages for an hour, we arrived at Kudumiyan Malai (Hill) at 4pm for evening pradosham ceremony. Temple is 3 minutes walk from bus stop area. It is surrounded by a village and a small group of villagers were at the simple ceremony. We were treated like family by them and the priest. Unlike our sometimes unpleasant experiences in bigger temples which are more like commercial businesses. There were no bothersome requests from the priest. He even tried to show us the "kudumi" (hair) on the linga ! Which we could not see due to the dim light !!

The temple itself is a sprawling structure adjacent to the monolith hill. It has numerous pillars with magnificent huge sculptures of Hindu god and goddesses such as Ganesha, the elephant God, Murugan on his peacock vehicle, Shiva in tandava pose, Narasimha, Ravana etc. Some of the carvings were damaged in ancient wars. The main deity is Shiva in linga form and his consort is located in another sanctum.

We were blessed to be invited to view the upper rock cut temple at the back which is usually kept locked. A rock cut Ganesha greeted us. Huge bee hives adorned the top of this area. The 63 Saivite Nayanmars (hindu saints) were carved in a row high on the hill itself in a unique style with Shiva and his consort in the middle. The temple itself was in darkness but we could see the beautiful life sized carved "smiling" dwarapalas (guardians) and the simple linga. Prayers are only conducted in this sanctum on full moon days.

We explored the rest of the temple complex and took the bus around 8pm back to Pudukottai. A delightful and spiritually uplifting experience. Highly recommended.
Skrevet 21. august 2018
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Bala Tripura S
Bangalore, India3 694 bidrag
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jul. 2018 • Alene
I ignored this temple when i went to Kodumbalur as i am unaware about this marvellous temple.After came back from Moovarkoil i felt very bad that i missed this temple but i promised myself that i will visit this temple next time.
Finally i could go to this temple this month and i could not come out of this temple.After entering this temple we can see 1000 pillar mandapa on both sides of main hall and varanda constains the very big sculptures of Lord narasimha,Ganesha,Murugan,Hanuman and many more.Behind this temple there is a musical stone
Skrevet 22. juli 2018
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chitharanjanl
Chennai (Madras), India107 bidrag
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des. 2017 • Familie
One of the temple carved in the rocks from nearby mountain. Not crowded and maintenance needs to be improved. This is an historical temple of Lord Shiva with good sculptures. Approximately 15 to 20 kms from Pudukottai. Visit if you have spare time.
Skrevet 3. mai 2018
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Jeevan R
Bangalore, India5 bidrag
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nov. 2016 • Venner
Amazing architecture. One of the oldest temple in Tamil Nadu with amazing history. This is the temple where the marriage of many Kings happened.

Backside of the temple is usually closed. The person from Archeological Survey of India need to open and show you. It has some old Tamil Script during the time of Mahendravarma 1 and very old lingam sculpted from rock.

Chola, Pandiya, Pallava, Nayakar have all contributed to this temple.

Bus frequency is low, we caught an auto from a 30 minute walk from Sittanavasal.
Skrevet 10. mai 2017
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great4traveller
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jan. 2017 • Familie
Very great Temple. This place is around 20km from Pudukkottai. There is a Shiva Linga sculptured in a rock. There is a Mandap with 500 pillars. Never miss this Temple.
Skrevet 26. april 2017
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