Arulmigu Masani Amman Temple, often referred as Anaimalai Masani Amman Temple, is a highly revered shrine situated at Anaimalai, in Coimbatore District of Tamil Nadu. The temple, nestled amid grassland interlaced with criss-cross pathways and rivulets against the backdrop of Anaimalai Hills, is about 24 km south-west of Pollachi.
It is situated at the confluence of Aliyar River and the Uppar stream Anaimalai Masani Amman Temple enshrines Goddess Arulmigu Masani Amman as the presiding deity. The deity is seen in a lying posture measuring 15 ft from head to foot. The deity is depicted with four hands; two placed on the ground and two raised above. Other deities worshipped include Neethi Kal (stone of justice) and Mahamuniappan. Legend has it that during Lord Ram wanderings in search of Sita, he stayed in Anaimalai in a graveyard.
It is situated 50 Kms from Pollachi and 20 kms from Udumalpet on the highway from Palani to Coimbatore. Thirumoorthy temple is situated at the foot of the hill adjacent to Thirumoorthy Dam. Importance of this temple is three Moorthy Idols originate in same place.
A perennial stream flows by the side of Sri Amaralingeswarar temple and nearby there is Thirumoorthy falls. It is also believed that a few years ago Athari Maharishi along with his wife Anushiya devi lived here. Progressed by their prayer, Lord Shiva together with Brammah and Thiru Moorthigal(Vishnu) came in disguise to test their devotion. Beleaguered by their appearance the couple offered them tribute.
The Thiru Moorthigal refused to accept their offerings as such and demanded that the offering should be made by Anushiya devi in State of undress. She accepted their demand and with her power of devotion she changed Thiru Moorthi's into 3 years old babies and fed them. On seeing the power of devoting Anushiya devi, the Thiru Moorthi's blessed the couple and hence the place is known as Thiru Moorthi hills.
The excellent road network links the hill resort of Thirumoorthy malai with the other important places of Tamilnadu. It is well connected with places like Udumalpet,Palani,pPollachi and Coimbatore .
Sri Mariamman templeis located in the city of Udumalpet, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu and is about 500 years old. The main deity, Mariamman is made of sand and clay like many of the traditional Mariamman deities, and hence unlike many other Hindu deities there are no abhishekams (sacred washing) conducted to the main deity, but instead the "abishekam" is done to the small stone statue in front of it.
Arulmigu Gobinathaswamy Temple is on the High way between Dindigul and Palani. The temple is 3kms to the south west of Reddiarchatram.
The temple is on the top of the Gobinathaswamy Hill in the Kamatchipuram village. The temple is conical shape and the river Mangarai is at the bottom of the Hill. This adds to the beauty of the location.
The temple is located in the Height of 1300 feet from the Sea level and 450 feet from the Ground level.
The temple can be reached only through the steps. The hill contains 619 steps.
The Soundarraja Perumal Temple in Thadikombu, a beautiful village 10 km south of Dindigul, is considered to be as sacred as the Kallazhagar Temple near Madurai. Arulmighu Soundarraja Perumal is found in the sleeping posture in this temple and it is said this place was previously known as Thaalamaapuri. Though it is a Vaishnava temple, the sthala vriksha is the vilva tree.
Arulmigu Srinivasa Perumal Temple is located near Rock Fort, a few kilometers away from Tiruchy to Madurai NH - 45B at Dingugul. It is famous for Srinivasaperumal who is the main deity of the temple. Festivals and Poojas occur often in this temple. People from various places visit this temple.
Arulmigu Srinivasa Perumal Temple is an ancient temple surrounded by huge walls. To the front of the temple stands Gaurudar statue and to the South of Gaurudar statue a temple for vinayagar is located. Vasantha Mandapam is located to the front of Gaurudalwar sannithi. In this Mandapam Dwarabalkargal, Alwars are there. The `Vaikunda Ekadasi' festival was celebrated with religious fervour at Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple . Hundreds of devotees took part in the festival celebrated at Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple near rock fort. After special pujas, the Lord mounted on Garudazhvar and reached a separate hall near the main mandapam for darshan. The utsavamurthy was kept in the mandapam through out the day for darshan.