latitude : 10.765399930 longitude :78.709701540
Corporation : Tiruchirappally
GPS Code : VOTR
This former residence of the Jains dating from the 2nd century B.C. is approximately 16 km from Pudukkottai . The Rock-cut cave temple here has beautiful frescoes painted in natural colors as in Ajanta is trying hard. The natural cave with beds of stone in which the Jain monks have sought refuge for meditation. This cave contains lithic record (Brahimi Report Script of the 2nd century B.C. ). There are a few sculptures of Jain Thirthanharas in
Auadaiyarkoil was known as Thiruperunthurai in olden days and was a part of Pandiya Kingdom. A temple town located 14 kms from Arantangi in Pudukkottai District, Tamilnadu. This ancient temple is widely known for its sculptural work. Though the temple name is Athmananda Swamy Temple, it is majorly called as Avuadiyarkoil, by the name of the village. If you can recall the story of Manikkavachagar, one of the 63 Nayanmars. He was the one who went
Boomeeswara swamy Bhriammavidhyambal temple kadiapatti is a village in the Arimalam revenue block of Pudukkottai district,Tamil Nadu. Kadiyapatti Nagarathars built this temple under the supervision of Mr.T.S.Ramasamy Chettiar. Temple was built during the period 1924-1929.