Tiruppaatrurai Adhimooleswarar Temple is a hindu temple committed to Shiva situated at Tirupattrurai in Trichy area of Tamil Nadu, India. The authentic name of the place is Tirupalathurai. The temple is worshipped in the 7th century Tamil Shaiva standard, the Tevaram, composed by the Tamil Nayanar holy person writers and in this manner named Paadal Petra Sthalam. It has a few engravings going back to the Chola time frame. The temple has six day by day ceremonies at different occasions from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and three yearly celebrations on its timetable.
The yearly Brahmotsavam prime celebration is gone to by numerous explorers. The temple is kept up and regulated by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu. Adhimooleswarar temple complex has two prakarams external yard and a little five-layered rajagopuram portal tower. The focal place of worship faces east and holds the picture of Adhimooleswarar Shiva as a rock lingam. The stone pictures of the divinities Ganesha child of Shiva and lord of intelligence, Murugan child of Shiva and divine force of war, Nandi the bull and vehicle of Shiva and Navagraha nine planetary gods are situated in the lobby prompting the sanctum.