Agasteeswarar Perinjambakkam

Agasteeswarar, Perinjambakkam

Sriperumbudur Saivite Temples


Agasteeswarar, facing east


Akilandeswari, facing south

Other Deities

Under installation

Agasteeswarar Perinjambakkam is a small old east facing temple that is being reconstructed as on 2019 with the consecration scheduled in July 2019. The temple is located on the banks of a large pond around which are two small temples for Vinayaka and Srinivasa Perumal. Well-wishers interested in contributing to the development of this ancient temple can visit and do the needful. We never recommend cash donations, whereas it is advisable to fund and execute desired/required work directly.

Holy Water (Theertham) – Temple Pond

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – No information


Agasteeswarar Perinjambakkam is an old temple, but historical information is not available as of now.


Agasteeswarar Perinjambakkam is connected to the legend of Sage Agastya who is believed to have installed several Lingams in South India during his presence here to offset the imbalance created on earth due to the huge congregation of celestials, gods, and others during the wedding of Lord Shiva in the north at Mount Kailash.


Agasteeswarar Perinjambakkam is in a remote location about is 16 kilometers west of Vandalur off the road going to Oragadam and comes after crossing Cherapananchery junction. Take the first right towards north after this junction and drive for 4 kilometers to reach the temple which is inside the village. Ask locally or refer our map below for exact location.

Stay and Food

None locally. Vandalaur, Tambaram and the GST Road have a few restaurants. Oragadam is also fine for food.

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