It is a Hindu sanctuary devoted to Lord Shiva situated in the town of Alangudi in the Valangaiman taluk of Tiruur area, Tamil Nadu, India. Shiva is venerated as Apathsahyesar, and is spoken to by the lingam. His partner Parvati is portrayed as Tribuvananayagi. The managing god is venerated in the seventh century Tamil Saiva authoritative work, the Team, composed by Tamil holy person artists referred to as the Nayanmars and delegated Paadal Petra Sthalam. The sanctuary complex spreads two sections of land and it houses a two level door tower known as gopurams, one confronting the Apathsaheswarar holy place and different towards North. The sanctuary has ious places of worship, with those of Apathsaheswarar and his associate Elakuzhali being the most conspicuous. The sanctuary has six every day customs at different circumstances from 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., and four yearly celebrations on its logbook. The Brahmotsavam celebration celebrated amid Chittirai April– May is the most conspicuous celebration.