Brahmapurisvarar Brahmadesam

Brahmapurisvarar, Brahmadesam

Saivite Temples, Villupuram District


Brahmapureeswarar, facing east


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Brahmapurisvarar Brahmadesam is under the control of Archaeological Survey of India. Only the structure with the front Mantapas and Sanctum Sanctorum is found.

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Brahmapurisvarar Brahmadesam is among the Archaeological Survey of India’s list of monuments and is being renovated. It is around 1000 years old. In the olden days this place was called as Rajaraja-Chaturvedimangalam. An inscription on the temple records the gift of 33 cattle including cows, calves and a bull by Nilagangan Ammurikundan Solangadevan of Amur for burning a perpetual lamp in the temple of Brahmisvaramudaiya-Nayanar at Rajaraja-Chaturvedimangalam, an independent Brahmadeya village in Panaiyur-Nadu, a subdivision of Rajraja-Valanadu.


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When going towards Villupuram from Tindivanam, take the right after the Veedur dam signboard and after crossing the Gingee river bridge. The road will take you to Brahmapurisvarar Brahmadesam via Esalai (visit the Esalai Siva Temple). The distance from Tindivanam to Brahmapurisvarar Brahmadesam would be about 40 kilometers. Also visit the nearby Padaleeswarar temple. There is also a cave temple for the Trinity in Madagapattu nearby.

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