Thirumayam Fort

 

Overview

The Fort originally called as "circle of fort', with seven konzentrischen walls has only four survivors now. The construction of the fortress of poor quality as a small Steinblöcke have accompanied by building bricks of the fortress.
 
The fort has three entrances, one in the north, one in the south and the third in the middle. The sanctuaries dedicated, Hanuman, Sakthi (Hütergottheiten Karuppar Ganapathi, the fortress that is observed in the south of the page and sanctuary Bhairava on the north side. Half way up to the right of the chamber, which has been used as the magazine has been noted. Contrary to this room, in the annex to a Boulder west is the rock cut cell with a linga to yonipitha, the Auswurfkrümmer, supported by the number of a dwarf.
 
Up in the rock is a vestige of Kanone of British origin. To the south of this platform is a natural pond. On the southern slope there are two rock cut Temple, one of them dedicated to Sri Sathyamurthy-Sri Uyyavanda Nachiar (Vaishnavite) and another in the Sri Sathyagireeswarar-Sri Venuvaneeswari (Saivite), the most important historical and religious. In the northwest is a pond and in the southeast of other mobile. There are six other cannons mounted on the north, south and east of doors.

Location

Country
India
State
Tamil Nadu
City
Pudukkottai
Location
Tirumayam
Address
Tirumayam
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Near Cities
Nearest Bus Terminal
Tirumayam
Nearest Railway Station
Pudukkotai (PDKT)
Nearest Airport
Tiruchirapally Civil Airport Airport
IN
latitude : 10.765399930 longitude :78.709701540
Corporation : Tiruchirappally
GPS Code : VOTR
Open Year
1673-1708
Visiting Hours
8am to 5pm

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