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Horse is the Maim attraction

In Ayyanaar Temples (Mostly Chettiar Clan Kuladeivam), horses are sculpted with great... read more

Reviewed January 20, 2018
DrValliappan
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Coimbatore, India
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Interesting local temple

We were taken on a tour of this temple complex by our guide Ramu. The colourful terracotta horses... read more

Reviewed November 20, 2017
BarbSuz
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Melbourne, Australia
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20 Jan 2018
“Horse is the Maim attraction ”
20 Nov 2017
“Interesting local temple”
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Reviewed January 20, 2018 via mobile

In Ayyanaar Temples (Mostly Chettiar Clan Kuladeivam), horses are sculpted with great care..majestic as it is the ride for the Deity..Puravi Eduppu is submission of horse statues to ruling Deity in many places of Chettinad, TN India (sort of Robin Hood style)..

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Reviewed January 2, 2018 via mobile

Not a biggie by ant means, but interesting if you are in the area and you can check out the peacocks nearby

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Reviewed November 20, 2017 via mobile

We were taken on a tour of this temple complex by our guide Ramu. The colourful terracotta horses surrounded the temple were fascinating and it was nice to visit a small local temple. We witnessed one of the daily ceremonies and were blessed too. A...More

Thank BarbSuz
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