Chinnamanur town is at a peak of 374 m above sea stage. This town turned into initially referred to as Harikesarinallur and is understood for the Sivagamiamman Temple that is situated at the banks of Mullai River. The city is also stated in the Tamil grammatical paintings, Tholkappium. According to mythology, this metropolis has been in life since the King of Madurai, Rajasimeshwaran, arrived here. It is believed that the temple was built at a domain where the milkman of the king discovered a root. The king was knowledgeable approximately the area and he built a temple and named it Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman Temple. A Shiva Lingam is enshrined on this temple.
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