Mukkaneeswarar Molasi

Mukkaneeswarar, Molasi

Saivite Temples - Namakkal District


Mukkaneeswarar, facing east


Parvati, facing east

Other Deities

Vinayaka, Navagraha, Somaskandar

Mukkaneeswarar Molasi is an east-facing temple with an entrance gate through a Mukha Mandapam on the east side. A large Nandi faces the main deity from its mandapam. The temple is situated in a single prakaram. The sanctum sanctorum of the main deity is straight ahead of the entrance. On the north side of the Sanctum Sanctorum is the shrine of the goddess. The shrine of Muruga is in the middle in a Somaskanda formation. All the 3 deities are facing east and all three have separate entrances leading into the respective mandapams. The Cauvery River flows on the south side of Mukkaneeswarar Molasi temple.

Holy Water (Theertham) – Cauvery River

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – Vilwam (Aegle marmelos)


Mukkaneeswarar Molasi is an old temple. Historical information is not available as of now.


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Mukkaneeswarar Molasi Molasi is on the banks of the Cauvery river and is about 15 kilometers southwest of Thiruchengode. Thiruchengode is about 35 kilometers northwest of Namakkal, about 45 kilometers southwest of Salem, and about 20 kilometers east of Erode.

Stay and Food

None locally. The closest is Namakkal, Erode, and Salem depending on your travel plans.

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