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Cheyyaru Temples

Cheyyaru Temples

Cheyyaru (செய்யாறு), also known as Tiruvethipuram (திருவத்திபுரம்), Thiruvathipuram or Tiruvetipuram is a town in the Tiruvannamalai District near Kanchipuram in the Tamil Nadu state of South India. It gets its name from the Cheyyaru River.
Patcheeswarar Temple
Cheyyar Temples
1.       Anjenayar Temple
2.      Sokkanathar Temple
3.      Patcheeswarar Temple ( Very near to bus stand )
Cheyyaru Anjenar Temple
Cheyyar Sokkanathar Temple
Thiruvettipuram Patcheeswarar Koil
The town contains an ancient temple called Vedhapureeswarar temple situated on the banks of the river, and there is a legend that Thirugnana Sambandar, one of the four great saivite saints visited the temple and caused a male palm tree to flower by singing verses in Tamil. There is another famous temple called Patcheeswarar temple in the heart of the town.

Patcheeswarar temple is a famous temple in the heart of the town named Cheyyar in Tiruvannamalai District, Tamil Nadu state, India built during the times of Pallava dynasty.
Patcheeswarar temple Cheyyar
Patcheeswarar Temple Cheyyaru
How to Reach : The town is situated at 30 km from Kanchipuram, 60 km from Vellore and 105 km from Chennai, well connected by buses on SH 5 and SH 45.
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