Thindal Murugan Temple

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Thindal Murugan Temple
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Geography
Coordinates11°19′08″N 77°40′31″E / 11.3189799°N 77.6751482°E / 11.3189799; 77.6751482Coordinates: 11°19′08″N 77°40′31″E / 11.3189799°N 77.6751482°E / 11.3189799; 77.6751482
CountryIndia
StateTamil Nadu
DistrictErode
LocationThindal, Erode
Culture
SanctumVelayudhaswami
Architecture
ArchitectureDravidian
History
WebsiteThinal Murugan Temple

Arulmigu Velayuthaswamy Thirukovil alias Thindalmalai Murugan Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan, located on Thindalmalai hillock near Erode. The primary deity is Sri Velayudhaswami. The temple houses a golden chariot Temple Car, used to carry images of gods in ceremonial processions. It is about 7 km from Central Bus stand at Swastik Circle, 8 km from Erode Junction. The Temple is well connected to by local buses running in-between Central Bus Terminus and Perundurai.

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