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Thirunethranathar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva at Thirupalli Mukkudal, Tamilnadu District of Thiruvarur. The place ‘s historical name is Kekkarai. It is one of the shrines of the 276 glorified Paadal Petra Sthalams-Shiva Sthalams in the early days Medieval poem Thevaram by Nayanar Thirunavukkarasar, a Tamil Saivite. This is the 203rd Devara Paadal b Petra Shiva Sthalam and 86th Sthalam in Chozha Nadu, on the south side of the Cauvery river.
- Moolavar : Tirunethranathar – Mukkona Nathar
- Amman / Thayar : Anjakshi – Mayilmevum Kanni
- Thala Virutcham : Vilwa
- Theertham : Shodasa (Mukkodal) Theertham
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Historical Name : Kekkarai
- Locatio : Tirupalli Mukkudal,Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu.
The Temple faces with one Praharam to the east. There are no Rajagopuram and Kodimaram. On top of the front entrance there are statues of the presiding deity, Lord Sri Rama, Jatayu, Kanni Vinayaka, and Subramanya.
Nandi, slowly inclined his head toward the Sanctum. The Ganapathi, Subramanya, and Lakshmi Moorthis in the Prakara are beautifully lovely.
Sannadhi can be seen in this Temple for Vinayagar, Subramaniyar, Gajalakshmi, Suryan & Chandran (In One Site), Nagar, Bairavar, Saneeswarar, and Valli.