Thindal Murugan Temple

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Thindal Murugan Temple
Thindal Temple Gopuram.jpg
Coordinates 11°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
Country India
State Tamil Nadu
District Erode
Location Thindal, Erode
Sanctum Velayudhaswami
Architectural styles Dravidian
History and governance
Website Thinal 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, which runs around the temple on the hillock. 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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