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The priest that works on top of temple isa SEXUAL PERVERT (who knows where else he works at the temple but my experience was at the temple on the tip of the mountain). I went there with my father and aunt and we asked to...More
If you are in Tiruchi and never visit the rock fort temple, then you have truly not visited Tiruchi...
Words are not enough to describe how they could built such temple in the past with minimum tools and machinery but our ancestors did it. Please...More
Many steps and quite big. Things to look at on the way up if you need a rest. Views from the top are spectacular. Rock temple half way is interesting. 10 rupees to look after your shoes and 20 for cameras is all it costs.
The historic fort and the temple built on a rock of 85 m is a wonder design. The fort has witnessed quite a few battles. The uchi pillayar temple, Thayumanavar temple and the manicka vinayagar temple are worth visiting. This historic landmark is a must-visit...More
This review is about the Ganesha temple popularly known as Uchi Pillaiyar koil. The shrine is situated on top of a hillock forming the heart of the fort below it. The winding pathway, created by chiseling the rock into about 300steps , takes the visitors...More
Visit to Trichy is not complete without climbing the 400+ steps leading to Uchipillayar temple at the top! To just sit on those rocks & idling time, taking in the views of the city and the sight of the majestic Rajagopuram of the Srirangam temple...More
The Rock Fort is certainly worth a look while in Trichy . Its a place where young Indian couples hang out and offers a bit of peace from the traffic mayhem below . The entrance can be easily overlooked as its draped with shops and...More