Kotpuli was a Nayanar saint of South India. He was one of the 63 Nayanars hailing from Nattiyantankuti. He was so attached to Lord Shiva that he allotted a heap of paddy in the form of huge hill in each of the Shiva temples to feed the Saiva devotees.
- Journal of Tamil Studies By International Institute of Tamil Studies, International Institute of Tamil Studies
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