Temples in Coimbatore

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Temples in Coimbatore

One can find many religious temples in Coimbatore, the second-largest city in Tamil Nadu. The divine temples are a must-visit for spiritual lovers. Temples belonging to Arulmigu community such as Arulmigu Subramanya Swami Temple, Arulmigu Patteeswarar Swamy Temple, Arulmigu Eachanari Vinayagar Temple are few of the most visited Coimbatore temples. Besides, there are many famous temples at Coimbatore that are truly beautiful.

Here is the list of 13 Temples in Coimbatore

1. Marudhamalai Hill Temple, Coimbatore

Marudhamalai Hill Temple, Coimbatore 3.6 /5

The Marudhamalai hill temple is located at a towering height of 500 ft in the highland on the Western Ghats is one of the most visited temples in Coimbatore. 15 kms away to north-west of Coimbatore city, the temple has an excellent invigorating atmosphere. Vehicles are allowed to pass through the Marudhamalai temple and the devasthanam has granted three buses from the low slope of the hill to get through the temple on top.

2. Velliangiri Hill Temple, Coimbatore

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Velliangiri Hill Temple, one of the most beautiful temples at Coimbatore is situated some 40 km away from the city Of Coimbatore. The temple has essentially been dedicated to lord Siva and sits on the Velliangiri Hill which has an imperial altitude of 6000 feet.

3. Perur Pateeswarar Temple, Coimbatore

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Arulmigu Patteeswarar Swamy Temple, or the Perur Pateeswarar Temple, is an ancient Coimbatore temple dedicated to Lord Patteeswarar located at a distance of 9 kilometres from the city of Coimbatore. The grand temple has immense religious, cultural and historical importance for the followers and devotees of Lord Patteeswarar who visit from all over the world to offer their prayers.

4. Sree Ayyappan Temple, Coimbatore

Sree Ayyappan Temple, Coimbatore 3.7 /5

Located in the centre of the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India; the Sree Ayyappan Temple is a significant temple that is dedicated to Lord Sree Ayyappa. This temple in Coimbatore has been built on the same lines as of the original Sabarimala Temple in Kerala and thus is rightly honoured as the second Sabarimala Temple by devotees.

5. Anubhavi Subramaniar Temple, Coimbatore

Anubhavi Subramaniar Temple, Coimbatore 3.2 /5

The Anubhavi Subramaniar temple is one of the most famous temples situated in close proximity to Coimbatore. With a spiritual aura known for its uniqueness, this temple is visited by vacationers and locals alike. One of its main attraction is the natural outflow, which expels water 12 months a year. A miraculous discovery, the temple is quite popularly known and people never fail to make it a part of their sojourn.

6. Eachanari Vinayagar Temple, Coimbatore

Eachanari Vinayagar Temple, Coimbatore 3.2 /5

Within half an hour's drive from the city of Coimbatore stands the shrine of Vinayagar at Eachanari dedicated to the Elephant God Ganesh. This religious Coimbatore temple follows typical Dravidian style architecture and is imbibed with a peaceful spiritual vibe around it. The story of the deity follows a myth that has been passed down from one generation to the next.

7. Masani Amman Temple, Coimbatore

Masani Amman Temple, Coimbatore

Masani Amman Temple is a temple dedicated to Masani Devi, who is also known as Shakti Devi. It is located in the Panchayat Town of Annamalai in Coimbatore district it also referred to as Arulmigu Masani Amman Temple or Annamalai Masani Amman Temple. The vibe of the temple is, thus, highly spiritual and draws devotees in large numbers. One of the unique features of the temple is the large idol of Goddess Masani which is 15 feet long and is set up in a lying posture.

8. Puliakulam Vinayagar Temple, Coimbatore

Puliakulam Vinayagar Temple, Coimbatore

Mundhi Vinayagar Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha, is also called Arulmigu Mundhi Vinayagar Temple located in Puliakulam district of Coimbatore. The most important feature of the grand temple that makes is a major attraction in the city is the idol of Lord Ganesha which, at the height of 20 feet and width of 11 feet, is the largest idol of the deity carved in stone. Because of its size, the magnificent idol is also Asia's largest idol of Lord Ganesh. The temple is located on a bustling main road and provides for a quick escape from the chaos. The majestic aura of Lord Ganesha cannot be missed even from outside the temple. Devotees are drawn to the temple in large numbers to absorb the divine power of the lord.

9. Naga Sai Mandir, Coimbatore

Naga Sai Mandir, Coimbatore

Naga Sai Mandi is dedicated to Sai Baba and is a famous attraction for the believers and followers of Sai Baba. This is one of the few temples of Sai Baba found in the southern part of the country. Devotees flock in large numbers to offer their prayers, especially on Sundays and Thursdays - the days deemed auspicious by the followers. The temple complex houses the sanctum sanctorum of Sai Baba and smaller shrines dedicated to other Hindu Gods. It is a perfect place to spend some time in peace. Devotees visiting the temple feel blessed at the sight of the divine idol of Sai Baba seen under the Adishesha.

10. Ramar Temple, Coimbatore

Ramar Temple, Coimbatore

Ramar Temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, is the only temple where the idols of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita are seen facing each other depicting their love and admiration for each other. The atmosphere of the temple is extremely divine and peaceful - one is bound to feel their nerves soothe in no time. Devotees often claim to have been blessed by the deity and all their wishes have come true after offering prayers in this temple. The temple often sees newlyweds visit the shrine in hopes to live a happy and fulfilling married life. In fact, some even believe in organising the traditional meeting of the bride and the bridegroom for the first time in the Ramar Temple as they would be blessed by Rama and Sita before they take the next steps into their married life.

11. Sri Sharadamba Temple

Sri Sharadamba Temple

The Sri Sharadamba Temple is located On the Race course road in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. It is one of the only temples in Coimbatore that houses the Goddess Sri Sharadamba. The temple also has idols of Lord Ganesha and Lord Subramanya. There is also a statue of Sri Adi Shankaracharya. The idol of the Sharadamba devi is said to be a replica of the same idol in the Signeri temple in Karnataka which is also considered extremely holy by the people. The Sharadamba temple also has a play area for children, a zoo with various animals, an aquarium where people can learn about several species of animals. 

12. Easwaran Temple

Easwaran Temple

Over 600 years old, the Kottai Easwaran temple is located in Ukkadam, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. It is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The main deity of the temple is Lord Sangameswarar and his helpmate/wife Akhilandeswari. The temple has stone inscriptions that date back to the 13th Century, precisely between 1339-1365. Although the temple has been destroyed and rebuilt in the past. The temple celebrates many festivals throughout the year. The most prominent being Maha Shivaratri in February-March, the Thai Poosam held from January to February and the Vinayaka Chaturthi and Navaratri in Purattasi are held from September to October. The temple timings are Morning 6 AM-12 PM, 4 PM to 9 PM.

13. Sri Guru Hanuman Temple

Sri Guru Hanuman Temple

The Sri Guru Hanuman Temple or Anjaneya temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It is located in Vadavalli, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. A unique feature of the temple is that it has 5 different appearances for the same God. They are Sri Baktha Anjaneya, Sri Dyana Anjaneya, Sri Vijaya Anjaneya, Sri Bajana Anjaneya and Sri Veera Anjaneya. The main festival of the temple being Hanuman Jayanthi is celebrated for a stretch of 7 days of December and the first seven days of January. The temple timings are Morning 7 AM - 1 PM and Evening 5 PM to 8:30 PM.

Next time, when you plan to visit Coimbatore, do not forget to visit these magnificent temples in Coimbatore. Also, let us know your experience in these temples at Coimbatore in the comments section below.

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