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Helps to have a local with you

This isn't an astonishing place. It is a haunting and peaceful place. It's a path to some shrines... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
jbschmor
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Springfield, Oregon
Must in every Ayanar temple

These horses are a must in every Ayanar temple in every villages... big horses are fixed fixtures... read more

Reviewed August 27, 2018
plpalani
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Mumbai Indian
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3 weeks ago
“Helps to have a local with you”
27 Aug 2018
“Must in every Ayanar temple”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This isn't an astonishing place. It is a haunting and peaceful place. It's a path to some shrines, lined with terracotta camels, horses, cows - some are broken from the weather. It speaks to 60 years of devotional acts. For a wedding or a birth...More

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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

These horses are a must in every Ayanar temple in every villages... big horses are fixed fixtures in temples. Small horrse( made of mud ) are part of annual koothu or thiruvila of villages... unfortunately these annual events are now days held once in few...More

Thank plpalani
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

Thank annierodSydney
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

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