The Palani Malai is surrounded by the following temples
>> Palani Andavar temple
with a gold plated vimanam is located on top of the Palani hill.
Popularly called 'Town Temple', 'Ûr-k-kovil' and 'Ûr-Ambalam',
this large and spacious temple is in the heart of Palani town, two kilometres
>> The Bhogar Shrine is in the southwestern corridor of the
Idumban was one of the very few asuran
survivors of the suraasuran war between Murugan's forces and those of Surapadman.
After surviving the war he had repented and became a devotee of Lord Murugan.
>> The Thiruvavinankudi temple is located at the foot of the
The Saravana Poikai at Thiru Avinankudi has
drawn uncounted millions to its banks. It has a hoary tradition and a bath or at
least a symbolic use of its waters over your head is a prerequisite for entering
the sanctum sanctorum.
Nadi group of temples
bathing ghats on this river are at a distance of three kilometres from Palani
town and can be reached from Adivaram. During the eclipses and on the days of the waning moon (new moon or Âmâvasya), thousands
flock here to have their sins absolved in the purifying waters.