Koniamman Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Koniamman positioned in Town Hall, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. Koyamma, the goddess worshiped by chieftain Koyan developed into Koniamma and the call of the metropolis Koyambuthur could have been derived from Kovaiamma. The temple dates back to sixteenth century A.D. A 84 ft 26 m gopuram, the tallest within the area was completed in 2011 at a fee of 1.75 crore US$240,000.
Of the three critical temples of the city, Koni Amman temple is one. Mother Koniamman graces the devotees as one of the types of Mother Parasakthi. She holds trident, Udukkai, sword, conch, scull, hearth, discus, bell in Her 8 arms. On the right ear she has the ear ring and a hanging ear ring at the left ear, known as There are Neem, Vilwa, Nagalingam and Arasamaram as holy bushes in the temple. This is the best temple Oonjal pageant is well known at some stage in the 30 days of Aadi month July-August.
Every one in the city gives the first pooja for any auspicious features of their houses as a mark of obtaining Her permission to continue on. Car festival is widely known most effective in this temple. The temple is at the southern side of the main metropolis. Koniamman is the father or mother deity of this place. After the quit of the Irula rule, one Ilangosar became the ruler of the area whilst a Chera king invaded the town. To prevent his march, Ilangosar built a citadel and a tall dust space, installed the Amman as the guardian deity. The Amman is being worshipped as Koniamman.