Shevaroy Temple, Yercaud
About Shevaroy Temple, Yercaud
Shevaroy Temple, Yercaud - Address
Address: Yercaud, Semmeduru, Tamil Nadu 636602
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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Located on top of the Shevaroy mountain, the Shevaroy Temple is home to the main idols of Lord Shevaroyan and Goddess Kaveri. Visit the temple to pray and don’t forget to take a few minutes to admire the view of Yercaud and Nagalurfrom here as well. The hike to the top is just as relaxing.
The temple is visited by devotees during the month of May to be a part of the annual festival.
Shevaroy Temple Information
- Carry bottled drinking water and do wear sturdy shoes.
- Since you are visiting a religious site, do dress modestly.
Shevaroy Temple Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings may vary.
How To reach Shevaroy Temple by Public Transport
- By hiring an Auto-rickshaw.
- By hiring a Car.
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Its a small cave temple on top of shevaroy hills with big lawn space available nearby. There was giant wheel, Columbus ride, horse ride, ATV ride available for time pass. The local shops here sell goat leg potato (veg) and soup made out of it. Looks like its good cure for lungs cough and joint pains. There are some nice view points as well.
This is a cave temple. Outside it looks like normal temple. After entered the temple i realised it is a cave temple. Two view points are there. No entry ticket. Instant photo, tea, coffee, and special attukal soup available there.
Temple present in small cave at the to of the hills. nice place and loving atmosphere, some local shops are present near the temple.
If you visit yercaud it's a must visit place. Located in a well maintained place you will have to enter through a cave to have darshan of Lord venkateshwara. Lots of parking space and snacks shops.....
This place was at its best when I've been there. Covered with thick fog it looked heaven. The temple was good, ample car parking space and route to travel around.