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Thiruvamathur - Sri Abirameswarar Temple

Abirameshwarar Temple is an ancient 7th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort Muthambikai. It is located 7 km north-west, from Villupuram station, on the northern bank of a small river called as Pambai.

Thiruvaamathoor Temple

Thiruvaamathoor  is the 21st Shiva temple in Nadu naadu region region praised in Thevaram hymns (Padal petra sthalam). This temple is praised by Thirunavukarasarar (Appar), Sambandar, Sundarar and Arunagirinathar.

Thiruamathur Shiva Temple

Abirameshwarar Temple Thiruvamathor

Main Deity is Swayambu Lingam known as Abirameswarar is facing east and his consort known as Muthambikai facing west, in separate temple. Sthala Vruksham is Kondrai and Vanni Vruksham seen in between the sanctum of Lord Siva and Goddess Parvathy.
திருவாமாத்தூர் - அபிராமேஸ்வரர் கோவில்
Thiruvaamathoor - Sri Abirameswarar temple
Main Deity
Lord Shiva
Name
Sri Abirameswarar
Goddess Name
Sri Muthambikai 
Location
Tiruvamathur
Other names
Gomadhupuram, Thiruamathur
Significance
21st Devara Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam in Nadunaadu Region
Ancient
1500 years old
Travel Base
Villuppuram

Theertham : Well - Thanda Teeratham and Pushkarani (Tank) known as  Ambalam Poompoigai.  
Thiruvamathur Shiva Temple

Thiruvamathur  Abirameswarar Temple

Thiruvamathoor Temple

Thiruvamathur Siva Temple

How to Reach : The temple is on the right side of the Chennai-Trichy By pass road, around 7kms from Villupuram town. 
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