Stories of Siva and Parvati’s marriage(s)
The origin of Maragatha Lingam and Sapta Vitanga Sthalams, and the story of Muchukunda Chakravarti
Beautiful Chola temple near Mannargudi connected to Sibi Chakravarti, Suryan and Daksha’s yagna
A Siva temple where Yama is accorded higest priority and respect; and where you can go only if the Lord wishes so!
Temple with exquisite sculptures and architecture, where the story of Ardhanari comes to life
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Siva, as an old man, cultivated a farmer’s crops instantly
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Siva blessed sage Durvasa to overcome his anger
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Sambandar revived a boy who died from snakebite
Paadal Petra Sthalam and Ashta Veerattanam temple associated with Jalandhara Samharam.
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Lord Vishnu is said to have received his conch, Panchajanyam
Paadal Petra Sthalam associated with Sage Herandar and Pattinathar, and where Vishnu received his sanku, chakram, mace and lotus
Paadal Petra Sthalam associated with Muchukunda Chakravarti and the maragatha Lingam
Tevara Vaippu sthalam where the Lord is said to have curative powers for all ailments
Divya Desam and “Mummurti kshetram” that has shrines for the Hindu Trinity of Siva, Vishnu and Brahma, with their consorts
Birthplace of Kambar, and associated with the game of Chokkattan between Lord Siva and Lord Vishnu.
Tevaram Vaippu sthalam and Ashta Veerattanam temple associated with Gajasamharamurti slaying a rogue elephant
A Paadal Petra Sthalam associated with the marriage of Siva with Parvati as Katyayani
One of the Prithvi Sthalams (Pancha bootha sthalam), and a Paadal Petra Sthalam, located in the heart of Tiruvarur
Pancha aranya kshetram where Lord Siva acted as witness to a man who could not recognise his own wife