Narubunatha Swamy Temple is an antiquated Hindu temple arranged at Thirupudaimaruthur close Veeravanallur in Ambasamudram Taluk of Tirunelveli area, Tamilnadu. Otherwise called Thirupudaimaruthur Temple, the temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and is over 1200 years of age. Maraman, the lord of Madurai and his child had constructed a little temple in 650 BCE. Arranged at the combining spot of Gadana River and Thamirabarani River, this temple is one of the most established temples in Tirunelveli area.
As indicated by the legend, the district was under the run of Maraman at that point. He resulted in these present circumstances put thick with Marudha trees for chasing. He focused on a deer which concealed itself in the gap of a tree. The lord requested to slice the tree to get the deer out. However, blood left the tree where the lord found a Shiva lingam with a hit on the head caused by the instrument.