Gowmariamman Temple Veerapandi
Devi (Amman) Temple
latitude : 9.834509850 longitude :78.093399050
Corporation : Madurai
GPS Code : VOMD
The Mangala Devi Kannagi temple is located on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. It is located about 7 km from Pazhiyankudi in Theni district and 15 km from Thekkadi of Idukki District, Kerala.Mangaladevi temple is situated inside the Periyar Tiger Reserve near Kumily in Kerala. Pilgrims are allowded to visit Mangala Devi Kannagi Temple only during Chitra Pournami festival in May. Cheran Chenguttuvan, the king of ancient Tamilakam, had erecte
The Pandya King Veerapandi built this 14th century temple. The king is said to have regained his vision by praying to Gowmariamman and Kanneeswara-mudaiyar. Close by the temple, the perennial Mullai river runs its course. This temple is nearly 8 kms from Theni.Arulmigu Gowmariamman Temple, Veerapandi Theni Taluk & District. This temple was built by the Pandiya King Veerapandian in 14th century. When he was ruling Madurai, unfortunately he ha
Meghamalai- meaning hills covered with clouds. It is situated in the Western Ghats in Theni district, Tamil Nadu. Meghamalai,popularly called High Wavy's Mountains,The word 'High Wavys', used since the late 1920's invariably has been derived to describe the high undulating range of hills and mountains, steep and precipitous as seen from the plains.