Dharmapuram Adheenam is a Saivite mutt or monastic institution based in the town of Mayiladuthurai,kodumudi magudeswara temple India. As of 1987, there were a total of 27 Shiva temples under the control of the adheenam.
The Adheenam is involved in publishing Saivite literature, specifically Thevaram and Tiruvasakam and its translations. It is also involved in literary scholarship. The Adheenam along with Thiruvaduthurai Adheenam and Thiruppanandal Adheenam were founded during the 16th century to spread the ideology of Saiva Sidhantam.
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