Thirukkurungudi is a blessed place for Hindus arranged on the banks of Nambi River at the foot slopes of Mahendragiri in Tamilnadu. Covering a territory of 18 sections of land, the temple has five prakarams, and is encompassed by a monstrous divider, delegated with a five layered gopuram. The Vijayanagara rulers and the Nayaks of Madurai have made a few blessings to this sanctuary, which brags of a few wonderful figures.
The managing divinity is called Ninra Nambi in standing stance. The celebration symbol is called Azhagiya Nambi or Sundara Paripurnan. The goddess passes by the name of Kurungudi Amman. Kidandha Nambi and Irundha Nambi are arranged to one side of Ninra Nambi. Thiruparkadal Nambi Temple is found extremely close to the River Nambiyaru.