Sevantheeswarar Devanankurichi

Sevantheeswarar, Devanankurichi

Saivite Temples - Namakkal District


Sevantheeswarar, facing east


Parvati, facing east

Other Deities

Vinayaka, Naagar, Chandikeswara, Garuda, Anajneya, Maha Vishnu with Sreedevi and Bhoodevi

Sevantheeswarar Devanankurichi is an east-facing temple situated in a single open prakaram. There is a separate sanctum for Maha Vishnu with his consorts Sreedevi and Bhoodevi on the south side of the Sanctum Sanctorum of the main deity. In front of the sanctum sanctorum of the main deity are a stone Dwajasthambam and Nandi. On the south side in between the Shiva and Vishnu sanctums is the shrine of the goddess. All the shrines face east. The entire temple is a stone and concrete combination construction. There is a rock pond behind on the west side of Sevantheeswarar Devanankurichi.

Holy Water (Theertham) – Rock Pond

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – No information


Sevantheeswarar Devanankurichi is an old temple that has been painted up recently even over the stone parts. Historical information is not available as of now.


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Sevantheeswarar Devanankurichi is about 5 kilometers northwest of Thiruchengode on the road going towards Komarapalayam and Bhavani. 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 except tea and snack shops in Thiruchengode. The closest is Namakkal, Erode, and Salem depending on your travel plans.

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