2014-02-05, Kalinga Nadheeswarar Temple, Irulancheri, Thiruvallur
2014-02-05, Kalinga Nadheeswarar Temple, Irulancheri, Thiruvallur

Kalinga Nadheeswarar Temple, Irulancheri, Thiruvallur

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Deity:Kalinga Nadheeswarar
Architectural style:Dravidian architecture
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 Kalinga Nadheeswarar Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located at Irulancheri Village near Perambakkam in Thiruvallur District of Tamilnadu. Presiding Deity is called as Kalinga Nadheeswarar and Mother is called as Thaayinum Nallal. It is said that this place was called Irungalur and mentioned in Appar’s Thevaram as Iraiyancheri. Hence it is considered as Thevara Vaippu Sthalam. However, this claim has to be studied further. It is a small Temple surrounded by paddy fields. A dilapidated Mutt of Devar Singa Adheenam is seen near the Temple.


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Inscriptions that belong to the period of Rajaraja III are also found in the Temple. The Temple is located at about 1.5 Kms from Perambakkam Bus Terminus, 2 Kms from Perambakkam, 6 Kms from Koovam, 7 Kms from Mappedu, 12 Kms from Thakkolam, 26 Kms from Arakkonam, 10 Kms from Manavur, 10 Kms from Manavur Railway Station, 11 Kms from Kadambathur Railway Station, 19 Kms from Thiruvallur, 54 Kms from Chennai and 53 Kms from Chennai International Airport.

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See also  Manikka Vinayakar Temple, Rockfort, Trichy

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