Aadhi Easwarar Kizhavaneri

Aadhi Easwarar, Kizhavaneri

Saivite Temples - Virudhunagar District


Aadhi Easwarar, facing east


Aadhi Easwari, facing east

Other Deities

Vetri Vinayaka, Bala Murugan, Naagar, Navagraha

Aadhi Easwarar Kizhavaneri is a beautiful little temple that is filled with different trees including Rudraksha, Thiruvodu, Peepal, Purasu, Naaval, Vanni, Nagalingam, Paneer, Shenbagam, and an old Athi Tree. All these have been brought, planted, and nurtured by a dedicated devotee who stays nearby. The temple is entered through small gates in the south and the east side. A single prakaram houses the Sanctum Sanctorum and the shrines. The main deity is an old lingam with a broad Aavudayar (base). The goddess is in a separate east-facing shrine on the south side of the main deity. There is an ancient and completely lost Perumal Temple about 200 meters behind Aadhi Easwarar Kizhavaneri.

Holy Water (Theertham) – No information

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – Athi (Fig – Ficus racemosa)


Aadhi Easwarar Kizhavaneri is an old temple that has been renovated in recent times. Historical information is not available as of now.


No information


Aadhi Easwarar Kizhavaneri is about 25 kilometers northeast of Aruppukottai and can be reached by taking a right towards the east at Kalkurichi and then taking a left towards north on the road that connects Thiruchuzhi and Kariapatti. Refer to our map for the exact location depending on the direction you are coming from.

Stay and Food

None locally. The closest is Aruppukottai.

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