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KODUMBALUR

 
 
Koovarkoil

Kodumbalur is 36 Kms. from Pudukkottai and 42 Kms. from Thiruchirappalli. It was formerly the seat of Irukkuvelirs,who were related to the Cholas. Kodumbalur is one of the ancient places in the district and is mentioned in Silappadikaram,  The epic hero and his wife are said to have passed through this place on their way to Madurai.  The early Chola temple here is known as "Muvarkoil". Of the three shrines of Moovarkoil only two exist now. These temples were build by But Vikramakesari in the 10th   Century A.D. The    Architecture of  the temple is unique among South Indian temples and is the forerunner of all the grand Chola monuments.

The Sculptures of Kalarimurthi, Gajasamharamurthi, Ardhanaari, Gangadaramurthi. etc.,are interesting masterpieces of art.The Muchukundeswarar temple of the early Chola period is another important temple of archaeological importance.

Open on all days.

Admission to Moovarkovil is by ticket.

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