Arulmigu Subramanya Swamy Temple - Thirupani

Thirupani

The previous Mahakumbhabhishekams held on 04.06.1973 and 03.09.1992 have been carried out without any refurbishment to the temple premises. Now the renovation is planned in a grand scale and all efforts are being done to perform Mahakumbhabhishekam in a grand scale. Towards this, since 04.05.2008 ‘Parivara moorthys’ sannadhi have been closed for refurbishment. The grand five level Raja Gopuram is nearing completion with the works started since 2005. To preserve the traditions the Rajagopuram has been sculpted in ancient style and proudly houses a ‘Stone Chain’ made out of a Single Stone.

Thirupanni Expenses for 1 Crore incurred from temple fund and the balance 6 Crore collected through donations. The total amount comes to 7 Crore. The Mahakumbhabhishekam and the Thirukuda Naneerattu Perunshanthi was held grandly on 07-07-2014 in the morning 09.00 to 10.30 am.

Donations for the Temple are to be forwarded by Cheque or Demand Draft to

      THE EXECUTIVE OFFICER,
      ARULMIGU SUBRAMANIYASWAMY THIRUKOIL THIRUPPANI,
      CHENNIMALAI, PERUNDURAI TALUK,
      ERODE DISTRICT.

Devotees desirous of online transfer are to note the account details of the Temple

      IFSC CODE – IDIB000C063
      THIRUPPANI SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT NO – 565403019
      NAME OF THE BANK – INDIAN BANK, CHENNIMALAI.

Architectural Marvels of the temple

1. In the Mahamandapa of the hill temple, there is a pillar with a sculpture of a Deer with four bodies and one head. Also, in the dome of Sobana Mandapa, the 12 Raasi’s (Zodiac) images are sculpted.
2. If we take the steps found just behind the Moolavar Sannidhi, we reach the Valli Teyvannai Temple. The two consorts enshrined in a separate temple is a very unique phenomenon.
3. In the newly constructed Raja Gopuram with five levels, there is a Chain sculpted out of a Single Stone.