||Azhagar, Kallazhagar, Malaeangarar, Mallirinjolai Nambi Posture: Standing Thirumugamandalam: East
||Noopura Ganga, Silambaru (River).
||Rushaba giri, Chandana Vruksham.
||Malaydhwaja Pandiyan, Dharma Devata.
||Bhoodhatazhwar (3), Peyazhwar (1), Nammazhwar (46), Periazhwar (34), Andal (11), and Tirumangai Azhwar (33). Total – 128 pasurams
||Both Moolavar and Uthsavar have Panchayuda(5 weapons). Uthsava moorthy is believed to made of solid gold. Entry to the temple is through the Big door on the north side as eighteen steps leading to the temple tower (guraded by karuppu devata) is not opened these days. Noopura Ganga falls is on the Silambaru river and is about 4 kms. from the temple. The hills surrounding the temple are called Vrishabadri as they look like Vrishaba and cow. During Trivikrama avathara part of the water used to wash the feet of Lord by Brahma passing through the Silambu (ornament worn by dancers on the legs – Gungroo) fell here and flowed , hence called Silambaru.
||About 19 kms from the Madurai by road.