Tiruppattur is located at . It has an average elevation of .
It also houses three ancient historic great temples.
Sir Thiruthalinathar Swamy Temple (Siva Temple)
Sri Ninra Narayanaperumal Temple (Narayanan Temple)
Sri VeeraAmmaKaliamman Temple
Although Tiruppattur is a small town, the Siva temple here is big and as we go inside the temple, it is really huge and causes fascination to the visitor. This temple has a main Vimanam with several stucco images on the east side and has 3 piraharams, means a sacred possession round the temple precincts held .... Perahera is the Pali-ised form of the Tamil (Piraharam). The outer 3rd Piraharam is a wide courtyard on all the 4 sides. In the 2nd middle Piraharam there are shrines for Lord Subramanian along with His 2 consorts Valli and Deivaanai . The presiding deity lord Siva is called as Thiruthalinathar, Sreethalinathar and the Ambal his consort mother Parvathy is called as Sivakami, Soundarya Nayaki. The shrine for Thiruthalinathar is situated at an elevated portion and is facing east. The shrine for Sivakami is situated parallel to the north of the main sanctum sanctorum and is also facing east. The mandapa in front of the sanctum sanctorum has pillars with beautiful sculptured images of Rishabavaaganar,... Read More