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Tiruvusaattaanam Mandirapureeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple situated at Kovilur in Tamilnadu district of Thiruvarur. Now this location is called Kovilur or Kovilur Muthupettai. It is one of the shrines of the 276 glorified Paadal Petra Sthalams-Shiva Sthalams in the early days medieval Thevaram poems by Tamil Saivite Nayanar Tirugnanasambandar. This is the 224th Devaram
Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam and 107th Sthalam on the south side of River Cauvery in Chozha Nadu.
- Moolavar :Mandira Pureeswarar
- Amman / Thayar :Periyanayagi
- Thala Virutcham : Mango tree
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Location : Kovilur, Tiruvarur,Tamil Nadu.
Moolavar is housed on Avudayar Square. His consort, the Periyanayagi, is known as Parvati. Ambal resides in a different shrine. Shala Vriksham is a Tree with Mango.
Inscriptions can be found in this temple belong to the time of Vikrama Chozhan, Kulothunga III and Sundara Pandiyan.
Shrines also exist for Suryan, 63var, Ijvarakeswarar, Kaatchikodutha Nayakar with Ambal, Saptha Mathakkal, Saptha kanniyars, Veerapathirar, Kaali, Kashi Viswanathar, Suthavana Lingam, Somaskandar, Varuna, Lingams, Ramar, Markandeya, Lingams worshipped, Annapoorani, Valli Devasena In this link Subramaniyar, Gajalakshmi, Saraswathy, Navakanniyar, Sani Bhagavan, Bairavar and Chandran Temple.