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Elakurichi shrine

Elakurichi, Tamil Nadu 621715, India


About Elakurichi shrine

Called as Adaikalamatha shrine. This is a catholic pilgrimage center dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

Attractions near Elakurichi shrine

Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary13.53km from Elakurichi shrine

This is a 4537 sq km protected area in the Ariyalur district. The sanctuary is in 25 km. This is home for so many migratory birds and it has a large irrigation tank.

Saraswathi Mahal Library18.11km from Elakurichi shrine

Saraswathi Mahal Library or Tanjore Maharaja Serfoji's Saraswathi Mahal Library is located in Thanjavur (Tanjore), Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the oldest libraries in Asia, and has on display a rare collection of Palm leaf manuscripts and paper written in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, English and a few other languages indigenous to India.

Maratha Palace18.19km from Elakurichi shrine

The Thanjavur Maratha Palace Complex, known locally as Aranmanai, is the official residence of the Bhonsle family who ruled over the Tanjore region from 1674 to 1855.

Brihadeeswara Temple19.19km from Elakurichi shrine

It is a peerless piece of architecture and represents the culture during Chola Dynasty in India. Moreover, it is a significant Hindu Temple built in ancient times.

Shri Airavatesvara Temple20.94km from Elakurichi shrine

This is a Hindu temple of Dravidian architecture and also this is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Kumbakonam Temples23.71km from Elakurichi shrine

Kumbhakonam is one of the ancient temple towns of Tamilnadu, flanked by the two rivers Cauvery and Arasalar. The grandeur of Tamil Nadu can be seen in the marvelous architectures and temples here. Many of the religious sites in Kumbakonam are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. There are around 188 sites in Kumbakonam.

Where is Elakurichi shrine

Discover more attractions in Ariyalur, where Elakurichi shrine is located

Ariyalur3 attractions

Ariyalur houses the prehistoric fossil museum and historic monuments in the Chola era.