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Revision as of 07:21, 15 March 2006

Sirkazhi is a small town in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

It is situated near the banks of the river Kollidam (Coleroon). This picturesque town has a beautiful and spotlessly clean Shiva temple. Brahmapureeshwarar (Shiva)- Thirunilainaayaki (Parvathi) are the main deities. On the banks of this temple's tank was where "Thirugyanasambandhar", one of the great Saivite saints, as an infant was fed the milk of wisdom by Goddess Parvathi herself. The temple's cleanliness is noteworthy. The temple is maintained spotlessly clean sadly, in stark contrast with other temples in India. Yet another famous temple town of Vaitheeswaran Koil, famous for its Shiva temple as well and its "Nadi Jyosiyam", a unique way of astrology is situated less than 5 kms from Sirkazhi.

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The town is located at about an half an hour's drive from the famous temple town of Chidambaram housing the temple for Lord Nataraja or we reach sirkali from mailaduthurai in half an hour.From chennai it will take four and half hours to reach sirkali.

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