A small temple dedicated to lord Subramania is situated on the top of a hillock on the way Tiruchirappalli to Madurai National Highways road at a distance of 28km from Trichy and 40 km from Pudukkottai. An Inscription of this temple mention that the original temple has been built by a king Azhakiya Manavalan. Later on the addition were made in this temple by the Chola dynasty. Some other inscriptions told that the renovations of that temple were made by Adhithiya Chola. Other additions like pragaram and mandapas were made by Nayaks and Marungapuri dynasty, the Navarathiri Mandapam constructed by pudukkottai Emporors. Green plantations, roaming of peacocks are the adding attractions of this temple. Lord Subramiya with his consort Theyvanai have fulfill the wishes of the devotees. Chithira pournami, vaigasi Visagam, Teppa Thiruvizha, Kandasasti and panguni uttiram are the important festivals celebrated here. During the days dramas were performed from the the Viralimalai Kuravanchi wrote by Muthu palani Kavirayar.

Photo Gallery

  • Viralimalai Entrance
  • Viralimalai Temple Side View
  • Viralimalai Tempe BirdView

How to Reach:

By Train

28 Kms from Trichy Railway station

By Road

1 Km from Viralimalai Bus stand (Trichy - Madurai main Road )