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Mailam Murugar temple is situated in small hill and it is about 5 kms from national highway. Main deity is Murugar son of Lord Siva and Parvathy. Transportation facilities are available we can reach top by car itself and only few steps we have to...More
It is unbelievable to see the growth of this temple since my visit about 20 years. Now apart from climbing the steps there is a nice to road to reach the top of the hill by car.
Today here were large number of vans and...More
A few kms from the highway and a short road up the hill and you end up at this beautiful temple. A short flight of steps leads you to the shrine. Well maintained and clean, the darshan usually is quick.
Mailam Murugan Temple located in Tindivanam Taluk and accessible from Pondicherry City also.
You can go up the hill by car and parking is available on the top of the hills.
Need to claim atleast 40 Stairs to enter the Temple.
Well maintained temple and...More
A Nice place for the Murgan Lovers, but be careful about the monkey, as they will try to grab your bags for foods, stay in groups. Buy the offerings in the nearby shops itself, which is more reasonable. Better visit in non-festival day, as the...More
The temple which is dedicated to lord Murugan is on a small hill with few footsteps to climb up. Roads are neatly done up for the vehicles to reach near the temple. Many marriages are performed on muhurtham days making the temple crowded. The architecture...More
This temple is quite different from other murgan temples in tamilnadu. First is height of the hill is not very big even average old man can use stairs. Temple has both steps and road route till top of the hill. Even if a person uses...More
One has to take a small detour from the nation highway connecting Dindivanam and Villupuram. The temple is located on a small hillock about 5 kms from the main highway. Cards can go almost to the entrance of the temple. A fleet of around 50...More