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Nattarasankottai Temple

Nattarasankottai is situated 9 km from Sivagangai and 55 km from Madurai. Nattarasankottai is an ancient village and it is believed that the Nagarathar community migrated to this place in Pandian Kingdom.

The fame and popularity came to this place manily due to Sree Kanndaya Nayaki Amman Temple. On realising the displeasure of Kannatha, the villae people constructed a separate temple for Kannathal facing North with a water tank in the front. This temple celbrates many festivals. The annual ten days festival in the Tamil month of "Vaikasi" include a silver chariot procession on the eighth day and grand wooden chariot procession on the nineth day. This temple mahamandapam is known for its magnificent structure and aesthetically carved pillars. The Kaliyattam festival is celebrated for 48 days once in12 years. A Siva Temple and a Vishnu temple are also popular here.


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