Sukreeswarar Temple is another critical sanctuary that is situated in Tirupur. It is situated on the banks of the River Nallar, a tributary of the River Noyyal, which goes through Tirupur. It was manufactured at some point in the tenth century A.D by the lords of the Pandya Dynasty.
All things being equal, a few structures display inside the sanctuary complex have been built later by the rulers of the Chola Dynasty. The sanctuary is a fantastic case of Tamil sanctuary design. The sanctuary complex has two towers called Vimanam, one devoted to the love of Amman and the other to the love of Lord Shiva. An aggregate of five Shiva Lingas are available in this sanctuary.
Despite the fact that the genuine sanctuary was built in the tenth century, engravings found at the site have uncovered that the spot was utilized by the inborn individuals of the territory as ahead of schedule as in fifth century A.D for the love of Shiva.