Arthanāreeswarā sanctuary also known as Thirukodimāda Chenkundrūr is an antiquated Hindu sanctuary, situated in Tiruchengode, in the southern Indian province of Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary is committed to Arthanāreeswarā, a type of the Hindu god Shiva joined with his partner Parvati. Additionally called asMādhorubāgan and Ammaiyappan (mother-father). The renowned Chenkottu Velavar Temple, committed to Lord Murugan, is additionally arranged on a similar hill.It is accepted that Adi Kesava Perumāl, a type of Vishnu revered here, taught Parvati on the Kedara Gowri Vratam, which she performed to join with Shiva as Ardhanareeswarar.Once Vishnu, Brahma, Indra and the sage Bhringi went to Kailash to love Shiva. Everybody originally offered their appreciation to Parvati and afterward continued to Shiva. Nonetheless, Bhringi straightforwardly walked to Shiva. Parvati, irritated by his demonstration, sucked the tissue from the savvy's body to stop him continued. Shiva favored Bhringi with a third leg, to counter Parvati's revile. With her starknesses, Parvati mollified Shiva to give position in his body, in this manner prompting the half-male, half-female indication as Ardhanareeswarar .
Location: 9VFX+363, Arthanareeswarar Hill Temple Road, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu 63721.
Timings: 6 AM – 6 PM
Sankagiri Fort is a verifiable stronghold kept up with by the Archeological Survey of India. It is found 22 km from the city of Erode and 38 km from Salem. Sankari or Sankagiri is the town situated around this spot. The stronghold is 707 meters high and covers an area of 558.58 sections of land.
Location: FVH8+F26, Unnamed Road, VN Palayam, Sankari, Tamil Nadu 637301 .
Timings: 9.30 AM – 5.30 PM
A Jain sanctuary or Derasar is the spot of love for Jains, the devotees of Jainism. Jain design is basically confined to sanctuaries and religious communities, and Jain structures for the most part mirror the common style of the spot and time they were assembled.
Location: Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu .
Timings: 6 AM – 6 PM