Anbil Information

This palace is at a distance of 8km from Lalgudi and 26km from of Trichy.  Here there are two temples are must to see no Boarding and Loading facility.

Sri Vadivazhagiya Nambi Perumal Temple

Thiru Anbil or Sri Vadivazhagiya Nambi Perumal temple is one of the Pancharanga Kshetrams and one of the 108 Divyadesams.  The east facing temple is entered through a 3 tiered Raja Gopuram.  The Moolavar of this temple is Vadivazhagiya Nambi.  Moolavar in Bhujanga sayanam and facing East direction.  The Thayaar is Azhagiya valli Naachiyaar.  This temple is referred to by a pasuram of Tirumazhisai Alwar.

Sri Bhramapureeswarar Temple

This Shiva temple in Anbil is considered to be the 57th in the series of Tevara Stalams in the Chola Kingdom located north of the river Cauvery.
Bhrama (from Satyalokam) and Vaageesamuni worshipped here, hence the name Satyavageswarar or Bhramapureeswarar. It is believed that Sambandar sang the Praises of Anbil from across theLollidam rier which was in spate and that Ganapati leaned forward to hear it.
The Temple has a five tiered Raja Gopuram and two prakarams, the outer one with a Nadavanam and the inner one with the mandapams are the structural elements of this temple.  The sanctum faces east and so does the Ambal shrine.


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