The town of Chinnamanur is at an altitude of 374 m above sea level. This town was initially referred to as Harikesarinallur and is known for the Temple of Sivagamiamman located at the banks of the Mullai River. The city is also shown in Tholkappium, the Tamil grammatical paintings. According to legend, since the King of Madurai, Rajasimeshwaran arrived here this metropolis has been alive. It is thought that the temple becomes constructed at a site where the milkman of the king determined a root. The king became informed approximately the place and he built a temple and named it Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman Temple. A Shiva Lingam is enshrined in this temple. The route to Meghamalai lay alongside Chinnamanur, an end result and vegetable market, from Kambam. Longline…
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