Mukteeswarar Edamachi

Mukteeswarar, Edamachi

Saivite Temples, Uthiramerur Taluk


Mukteeswarar, facing east


Kamakshi, facing south

Other Deities

Vinayaka, Arumugha (Muruga) with consorts, Bhairava, Selva Vinayaka, Navagraha. Sanctum Niches – Ganesha, Dakshinamurthy, Mahavishnu, Brahma, Durga, Chandikeswara

Mukteeswarar Edamachi is a small but spacious and beautiful east facing temple with a single large and spacious Prakaram. The entrance is from the west. The main deity is a large Shiva Lingam about 4 feet tall and is adorned with Naga Abharnam. A small Lingam, Nandi and Vinayaka are installed under the Neem tree in the Prakaram. The Prakaram is cemented and in the sides are many flowering trees and plants. The deities in the sanctum niches are beautiful carvings even though they could have been installed in recent times. On top of the hill behind Mukteeswarar Edamachi on the western side is a small temple for Annamaleswarar and in another nearby hillock called Ammanikundu there is a beautiful small Vinayaka shrine.

Holy Water (Theertham) – No information

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


Mukteeswarar Edamachi is an ancient temple with many stone inscriptions around the base of the Sanctum Sanctorum.


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Mukteeswarar Edamachi is 10 kilometers north of Kumaravadi and about 9 kilometers south of Thirumukkoodal in the road connecting these two places. The road from Kumaravadi to Thirumukkoodal is 5 kilometers west from the Bukkathurai Junction in the GST Road.

Stay and Food

None locally. Closest is Uthiramerur.

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