Bhoothapureeswarar Sivanthangal

Bhoothapureeswarar, Sivanthangal

Sriperumbudur Saivite Temples


Bhoothapureeswarar, facing east


Bhoodathamman, facing south

Other Deities

Vinayaka, Muruga, Navagraha, Muruga with consorts, Ayyappan, Karuppanaswamy, Raghu, Kethu, Nagaraja, Govindaraja Perumal with Sreedevi and Bhoodevi, Garuda, Anjaneya, Kalabhairva, Panamara Sithar

Bhoothapureeswarar Sivanthangal is an east facing temple with scattered shrines around the main Sanctum Sanctorum. All the shrines are newly built with new looking idols. The Shiva Lingam is big and alone looks old. A group of four Neem trees are seen growing together and have been revered as representing the 4 four great saints of Saivism (Naalvar). There is a Snake Mound north of the shrines.

Holy Water (Theertham) – No information

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – Neem (Azadirachta indica)


Bhoothapureeswarar Sivanthangal is probably an ancient lost temple, but historical information is not available as of now.


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Bhoothapureeswarar Sivanthangal is 5.5 kilometers east of Sriperumbudur. It can be reached by taking the Sriperumbudur – Mudichur – Tambaram Road and taking a left to the road going to Kundrathur. From this fork, the temple is 2 kilometers and on the main road itself.

Stay and Food

None locally. Sriperumbudur is the closest for food and stay.

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