Nallur Kandaswamy Kovil is a standout amongst the most critical Hindu temples in the Jaffna District of Northern Province, Sri Lanka. It remains in the town of Nallur. The managing god is Lord Murugan or Katharagama Deviyo as the sacred 'Vel' in the Sanctum, the essential holy place, and in different structures, specifically, Shanmugar, Muthukumaraswami, Valli Kaanthar with partners Valli and Deivayanai, and Thendayuthapani, sans associates in auxiliary altars in the temple.
The unique, Kandaswamy Temple was established in 948 advertisement. As per the Yalpana Vaipava Malai, the sanctuary was created at the site in the thirteenth century by Buwanika Bahu, a pastor to the King of Kotte. The sanctuary is a socially essential establishment for the Sri Lankan Tamils Hindu personality of north Sri Lanka. In the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora, numerous temples have been worked in Europe and North America utilizing an indistinguishable name from a social memory.
Because of its administration and strict decipline appreciated and respected by the aficionados, Nallur Kovil is the embodiment of reliability, request and tidiness, and gives a model to all Saiva temples. Most importantly it is the way in which religious functions are led with such flawless planning and strict train that makes it a most loved among lovers.