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Uyyakondan Thirumalai Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, situated on the banks of the river Uyyakondan, Trichy, in Tamil Nadu, South Indian state. Shiva is worshipped as Uyyakondan, and the lingam represents her. His consort, Parvati, is represented as Amman Anjanakshi.
- Moolavar : Aludayar
- Amman / Thayar : Anjanakshi or Maivizhiyammai
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Location : Uyyakondan thirumalai, Thiruchirapalli,Tamil Nadu
Also named The location is Thiru Karkudi, Thirumalainallur. It is named Presiding Deity as Uyyakondar / Ujjevanatha Swamy / Uchchchi Nathar / Mukteesar / Karpaganathar.
Two mothers namely Anjanakshi or Maivizhiyammai and Balambikai are present. This place is situated on the way to Murugan Temple in Vayloor.
The temple sits on a rock about 30 metres (98 ft.) tall and is surrounded by walls of granite. The site was originally known as ‘Karkudi’ which means a rock adobe.