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The ancient hill temple enshrining Subramanyar near Chingleput (Madurantakam)  is said to have been visited by the saint poet Arunagirinathar. It dates back at least to the 15th century. The town of Madhurantakam is famous for its temple to Eri Katta Ramar.


The south facimng sanctum enshrines Shanmukhar with his consorts Valli and Deivayanai. A towering rajagopuram adorns the temple entrance here. There are also halls with carved pillars.

The Kartikai asterism in every month is considered sacred here. The annual festival is celebratd in the month of Vaikasi.