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History and Significance of Sri Valeeswarar Temple, Chevur 

Lord Muruga with cock: Mother Goddess Aram Valartha Nayaki (Goddess nurturing righteousness – dharma) graces from a separate shrine left of the Lord. Lord Muruga is in between them holding a cock in his left hand. Generally, Lord Muruga is seen in temples holding His flag with the cock symbol. Here, He holds the cock itself. There is a lion on his seat-peetam. His consorts Valli and Deivanai are also in His shrine. Lord Nataraja graces from a separate shrine. The speciality of Lord Nataraja is that the idol is designed combining five such Natarajas in five different places. Arudra festival is grandly celebrated to Lord Nataraja.

History of Sri Valeeswarar Temple, Chevur

Vali, Sugriva’s brother worshipped in this temple seeking remedy from some bad effects incurred by him. Hence, Lord Shiva in this temple is named Valeeswarar.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    valeeswarar temple in chevur varalaru

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