A trip with the entire family makes our bond thicker as well towards a devotional spot makes the family stronger. T20 taxies makes the entire trip safe and happiest moment for holding such beautiful memories in the future. The journey starts from Coimbatore and ends at Perur Pateeswarar temple. It is almost 8.5 kms along with the duration of 25 mins. We move in the high of siruvani main road and reach the spot. The cost is affordable for the trip.
LOVE TAXI TRAVEL
People may think that the travel is only short duration of time and is there any possibility to enjoy? Distance does not matter, the way we travel to the spot and on the way we enjoy makes us happy. T20 taxi makes progress towards the highways where some people love nature. Sitting at the window side and watching the psithurism is something special. The petrichor in Coimbatore is a mixture of both mid hot and moody. Bask in the sun makes to recollects some memories as well feels relaxed.
“THE HEART OF HUMAN IS ALWAYS MADE TO TRAVEL THE WORLD”
Some travels are really special and sometimes something entirely makes us special. The distance is just 10 kms from Coimbatore to Perur temple but still we cross a beautiful sapling nursery with colorful flowers. Mind gets relaxed by seeing those flowers. We also cross a vinayaga temple, a spiritual pooja occurs on each Friday. Children Park is also found near the road side. Kids can play and have fun on a part of this trip.
MENU TO HAVE
There are few hotels found on the way. They also provide accommodations along with the restaurant. Hygienic foods of both veg & non-veg are severed. Long distance travelers love such type of inn. Public sanitary toilets are also available for both genders individually. Kids can enjoy ice-cream parlor outside of the hotel.
SIGHT VIEW POINT
A gorgeous spot waits for the travelers and visitors. The spot is just 6.5 kms and 16 mins towards Perur. It is exactly said to be “Sengulam Lake”. This spot is such a lovable place where we hear the chirping sound of birds, ripples of water in the lake as well we can find different kinds of fishes in the lake. This place makes our mind peace as well recline to the mother earth lap. Still there are many people anxious to visit this place.
“WHEREVER YOU GO, NO MATTER..WHAT THE WEATHER, ALWAYS
BRING YOUR OWN SUNSHINE”.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva at Perur. This temple holds the specialty from the 2nd century and built by Karikala Chola. This temple is known by different names like Kamadenupuri, Pattipuri, Adhipuri, Daksha Kailasham, Gnanapuram, Kalyanapuram, Pirava Neri Thalam, and Western Chidambaram. The temple has several gopurams and halls which are for “Kanaka Sabha”, the one with the golden statue of Natraja. The spot named Arasambalavanar shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is believed that he performed his Thandav under a peepul tree. Each year the temple celebrates a classical dance week, Bharata Natyam. The distance of 200m situated on the point of Noyyal River. Several special rituals happen on each and every day. Prayers of the people to the name of the Lord, fame for the success in their endeavors.
Every year in the month of Panguni, Panguni Uthiram, the temple car is decorated grandly and taken around the nearby streets and returns to the temple. A pond is located opposite of the temple and it is used for the ding important rituals. Margazhi Tiruvadhirai is the important festival during the month of December-January. Panguni Brahmmotsavam and float festival in March-April. Aani sapling planting utsav in June-July are other festivals.
The temple is opened at certain timing in a day. People from far places also visit this temple. Sometimes there may be huge crowd during some festivals and the process of performing the rituals.
- Morning : 05:30 to 13:00 IST
- Evening : 16:00 to 21:00 IST
The foot print scar of kamadenu the divine cow is visible on the head of shivalinga in the temple. There is a tamarind tree in front of the temple known as piravapuli meaning that its seeds will not germinate sown. There will be no worms in the cow dung in the surrounding area.
“THE TEMPLE OF ART IS BUILT IN PRAYERS”.