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The historic Patteeswarar temple at Perur is one of the best known Shivastalams of the Kongu region (near Coimbatore). Although it is not classified as a Tevara Paadal petra Stalam, Perur is held in great reverence and is the site of many festival traditions.

Located near Coimbatore, Perur is a hoary shrine  rich in legend, history and tradition. Perur  Temple History: Trace the history of Perur region and the temple. Deities: Patteeswarar represents the moolavar while the Nataraja shrine is of great significance as well.
The Nataraja shrine is a specimen of intricate sculptural work. Explore the other splendors of this temple.

The Patteeswarar temple is rich in legend, history and tradition. Festivals celebrated here draw vast crowds from the surrounding areas.