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Its one of the oldest temple of Lord Vishnu & a must visit place for every one who deserves to attain good health, wealth, prosperity & knowledge.
Think positive & visit our perumal in this place & drop all your things to him, He will...More
We stopped here on the way from Palani (after the Thai Pusam festival) to Madurai. At noon time the temple was quite empty, 10-20 people attending the puja. The temple is nice, and as a foreigner it is always interesting to see a puja.
Decided to visit Perumal temple at Thadicombu on a Saturday. Shanivaar or Saturday is always a Perumal day at all the temples.
Reached the temple after confirming the route from Dindigul couple of times.
IT was Heavy traffic after Crossing the underbridge of the Highway...More
Visited during a holy day but this vaishnavite temple ,you can leave your wishes and perumal will take car rest.I had experienced certain live examples but cannot be written here. Very old traditional temple.
Situated near Dindigul around nine kms enroute to Karur Four way is a must visit temple for its Pandian Dynasty architecture. This temple is maintained with neat and clean surroundings by the nearby industrialists. Also calm place for worship.
It was a co-incidence that when we reached the temple (Evening around 7 pm), there was evening ceremony going on, where priests were preparing the god for sleep. I alos got the chance to lift the Palki of Lord Vishnu myself.
God vishnu lives here. Famous for the sculptures and art works its great old temple built by a king that he ruled once. Visit the place stay for a while think positive stay positive and observe positive vibrations. Get mesmerized from the sculptures from finest...More
We made it a point to visit Soundararajaperumal Temple at Thadicombu village on a Saturday. It did work out during our train travel to Madurai from Chennai. We got down at Dindigul, got refreshed at a hotel and headed to the temple. Temple was very...More