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Erumbeeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to the God Shiva in Thiruverumbur, Tamil Nadu , India. Founded on a 60-foot high hill, it is accessible through a stepped path. The main shrines of the temple and its two prakarams are on top of the hill, while at the foothills a hall and the temple tank are situated.
- Moolavar : Erumbeeswarar
- Urchavar : Somaskandar
- Amman / Thayar : Narunkuzhal Nayaki
- Thala Virutcham : Vilwa
- Theertham : Brahmma theertham
- Agamam / Pooja : Kameekam
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Historical Name : Erumbiyur
- Location: Tiruverumbur,Thiruchirapalli,Tamil Nadu.
Lord Shiva is Swayambumurthy in temple. Founded on a hill that is 60 – foot (18 m ) tall, it is accessible through a step path.
The main shrines of the temple and its two prakarams (outer courtyards) are on top of the hill, while a hall and the temple tank are at the foot of the hills. Shiva is thought to have converted into an ant hill and inclined his head to this position to encourage the ants to mount and worship him.
The Tevaram, composed by Tamil saint poets known as Nayanmars and graded as Paadal Petra Sthalam, reveres Erumbeeswarar in the canonical work of Tamil Saiva of the 7th century.