Kept up by the Architectural Society of India ASI, this antiquated sanctuary is accepted to have been worked between the tenth twelfth century on the banks of the Noyyal River. Otherwise called the Sukreeswarar Temple, it is arranged at Sarkar Periyapalayam on the edges of Tiruppur city and remains an unexplored legacy goal, attracting couple of sightseers.
It comprises of two towers - Vimanam for Lord Shiva and Amman. The Amman sanctuary gloats flawlessly cut stone engineering from the Pandya line while the Vimanam Shiva sanctuary mirrors the building style of the Chola Dynasty. This sanctuary is eminent for having two Nandi statues before the Shiva Temple, five Lingas outside the sanctuary, one of which is imperceptible and the fundamental entryway opens in the south bearing rather than the east.