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Its located near to me only I will visit weekly so old temple every spiritual people must want to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
kalai m
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Ancient temple...Must visit.. don't miss

It is a very ancient temple. King Raja Raja Chola I is believed to have stayed in this temple for a... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2018
happyking112
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Its located near to me only I will visit weekly so old temple every spiritual people must want to see

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Reviewed 4 June 2018

It is a very ancient temple. King Raja Raja Chola I is believed to have stayed in this temple for a long time to study architecture before building Brihadeeswarar Temple. it is like 2 kilometres from Panruti. I saw a video on youtube it was...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2017

We visited the Veerattaneswarar Temple, Thiruvadhigai, Panruti - It is believed that praying at this temple cures stomach related pains and ulcers, freedom from enemies, child boon and any curse from Generations to Generations. This is the temple where the Saiva Poet Thirugnanasambandar was glorified...More

Thank Karthik R
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This Temple is situated at Thiruvathigai Village, about two kilometeres from Panruti. It is told that this is originally constructed as a Jain Temple by Pallava King. After his convertion from Jainism to Hinduism, he demolished the old Temple and built this Shiva Temple. The...More

Thank tripson6
Reviewed 21 August 2016

On 2nd day of our twelve days religious personal tour in pious Shravan month from Chennai to Trivandrum by taxi, we visited this holy temple Lord Shiva situated just 25 km from Cuddalore in a town named Thiruvadhigai. This was 4th destination of day 2....More

Thank JAGDISHJAGDISH
Reviewed 18 February 2015

2 km from Panruti, the small temple dedicated to Sivan, VEERATTNESWARAR. Actually it was built by Mahendra Varma Pallavan. Later he embraced Hinduism from Jainism. Still, there are many more Jain artefacts in the temple. Here only the Saiva Poet Thirugnanasambandar was glorified with the...More

1  Thank VALLALAAR
Reviewed 8 February 2015

Veerattaneswarar temple, frequently referred to as Veeratteswarar Temple, is a Shiva temple, about 3 kms from Panruti and 23 kms from Cuddalore, located at Thiruvathigai. The temple is huge and is famous as one of the 8 Ashtaveeratta Sthalams. Veerattaneswarar is the presiding deity and...More

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