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Deity: Bairavar
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Locale: palani
District:: dindigul
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 The Bairavar temple is at north-west end of the street and faces east. Three barred gates guard this old temple. After the first gate are two Balipeetas. Generally there will be only one Balipeetas for one sanctum. It is good that this Bairava has been provided two Balipeedas otherwise he will be demanding everyone as he asked for Siralam from seruthondan, three dogs, one leaved spear and Nagas among dense bushes, all can seen.

Bairava stands near a dog with four hands and protruding tusks. With all that he does not look fierce.

The rear of Periyanayaki temple is seen even from the middle of the north car street. Residential houses fill the gap.

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How to Reach:

Palani is approximately 100 kilometers from the Coimbatore. Mode of transport from the Coimbatore to the Palani includes taxi, bus and train.

By plane

The nearest air port is in Coimbatore. Coimbatore has has regular flights from Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calicut, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Mumbai, New Delhi and Sharjah. Air India, Kingfisher,Indigo,Spicejet and Jet Airways operate flights out of Coimbatore Airport.

By Train

There is a rail line through Palani station, stretching Madurai to Coimbatore via Pollachi. Now Tiruchendur to palani via madurai, Chennai central – Palani Express, operating on this line.

By bus

The state transport corporation and a lot of private bus operators ply bus from Palani to major cities in Tamil Nadu (Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Tuticorin etc) and also to the neighboring Kerala(Palakkadu, Kochin).

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