Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi

Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi



Agastheeswarar facing east


Sivagamasundari, facing south

Other Deities

Balavinayagar, Dakshinamurthy, Lingothbavar, Brahma, Chandikeswara, Saneeswara

Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi is an ancient east facing temple with entrance in the south east corner. There is no Rajagopuram. The temple is under the maintenance of ASI (Archaelogical Survey of India).

Holy Water (Theertham) – No information

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – No information


Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi was constructed in 969 CE during the reign of Sundara Chola and this temple used to be known as Thiruperumudi as per stone inscriptions. It was renovated during the time of the Hoysala King Vira Ramanatha. The shrine for the goddess was built by Vijayanagara King Viruppanan.


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Agastheeswarar Temple, Perungudi is in the Thiruchirapalli to Togamalai and Vayalur road. Take a right into a small road at the junction where the road forks to the above places and drive for about 1.5 kilometers to reach Perungudi and the temple

Stay and Food

None locally, nearest is Thiruchirapalli.

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