Malaiyadipatty

Pdukkottai District ,at Keezhayur panchayat a siva temple together with vishu temple have been situated with a distance of 33 km from Pudukkottai and 15km from Keeranur is known as malaiadipatti. During 730 AD Nanthivarma Pallava carved the siva temple (Vakeewarer) from the Hill locks. The Vishnu temple is constructed later than the Siva temple and Narashima Moorthy, Thirumal, Ananada sayana moorthy and Ahishasan statue are the attractive statues situated in this Vishnu temple.Some of the paintings depicting the ten avadars of Thirumal have been beautifully painted on the walls of Thirumal cave Temple . The mudumakkal Thazhi also available in some areas of this village in a burial ground.

Photo Gallery

  • Malaiyadipatti Temple - Entrance.
    Malaiyadipatti Temple - Entrance
  • Malaiyadipatti Temple - Hill View.
    Malaiyadipatti Temple - Hill View
  • Malaiyadipatti Temple - Inner View.
    Malaiyadipatti Temple - Inner View

How to Reach:

By Train

16 Kms from Keeranur Railway station

By Road

15 Kms from Keeranur Bus Stand