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Well preserved

This temple is very well preserved and maintained very nicely. There was not much of crowd when we... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2018
Tripman238
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beautiful temple city

one should visit all the temples ( ayagar kovil, godal ayagar kovil. kala megha perumal kovil... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2018
ramaramabhadran
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New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 30 March 2018

This temple is very well preserved and maintained very nicely. There was not much of crowd when we visited ( may be during weekdays) and hence could have a good Darshan.

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Reviewed 11 March 2018

one should visit all the temples ( ayagar kovil, godal ayagar kovil. kala megha perumal kovil, tiruparam kundram, payamudir sholai, noopur gangai, menakshi amman temple. ) these temples have been so beautifuly built. in todays time, it is not humanly possible to built such giant...More

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Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

Please don't miss visiting this temple..it is a very old one and a very sacred vishnunsthala ..the priest at the sakkarathalzwar sannidhi is very devout and sincere

Thank kalpana r
Reviewed 8 December 2017

This is a temple of Vishnu ji in Madurai. We were not allowed to visit the main sanctum because of some maintenance work being undertaken. Please check the status before visiting, if you have plans before 10th of December.

1  Thank Devendra G
Reviewed 19 November 2017

This is a big temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Several sanctums are there. The chakarathalwar and the anandasayana Perumal are really beautiful. Prasadams sold here are of excellent taste.

Thank Velvet444
Reviewed 12 July 2017

We went to visit lord Sri Kalamegaperumal at Thirumoghur. We went to this temple by hiring a car as this is little far away from Madurai Junction. There were shrines of Kalamegha Perumal, Mohanavalli thayar, Narasimhar, Chakarathazhwar (16 hands), Lord Hanuman. Was very nice!!!

Thank Srinivasan S
Reviewed 16 June 2017

Very close to the temple city of Madurai is Thirumohur,one of the 108 Divya Desams of Vaishnava Sect.It is a beautiful temple , the presiding deity being KALAMEGHAPEUMAL, a form of Lord Vishnu.The Lord is in Prathanasayana , which is unique to this place.The saint...More

2  Thank Sivakumar V
Reviewed 15 May 2017

It is located at Thirumohur, about 10 KM from Madurai. To get there, on the Mellur Main Road take a right at Othakkadai when coming from High Court. It is a big temple and has a big pond on the eastern side. The darsan was...More

Thank Deepakshankar K
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Thirumohoor Kalamegaperumal Temple is a Hindu temple near Melur, Madurai District. It is just 12 Kms from Madurai Railway Station. The presiding Deity is Lord Vishnu. Moolavar is Kalamegha Perumal, Nindra (standing) posture.The specialty of the temple is the presence of Chakrathalwar with 16 hands...More

Thank twinkle906
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Mornings are better. Beautiful, big temple. Inside maintenance is good. But the Entry to the temple not maintained properly. Historical. Narasimhar on the reverse side of chakkarathalwar, just awesome. Saturdays are heavily packed.

Thank Maran N
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Response from Deepakshankar K | Reviewed this property |
As mentioned above there are many options near the Mattuthavani bus stand it is about 5-6 km from the temple.
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