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Thirumoorthy Hill is a part of Western Ghats about 19 km from Udumalaipettai. This hill is also a part of the Indra Gandhi national park and has a huge number of plants and animals living in it. The important landmarks in the Thirumoorthy hill are Universal Peace Foundation, Thirumoorthy dam, Thirumoorthy waterfall and Thirumoorthy Temple.

Thirumoorthy Temple Road is the major road which passes through this hill. Tirumoorthy Hill at Udumalaipettai is located at 10°27'46.2"N 77°09'18.2"E or 10.462829, 77.155051. It is situated 50 Kms from Pollachi and 20 kms from Udumalaipet on the highway from Palani to Coimbatore.

Like other hills in Anamalai range, this place heaven for the hikers and natural lovers. If you want to hike around Thirumoorthy hills, you should get permission from the forest department.

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  • Thirumoorthy means three idols; Thirumoorthy Malai (Hills) gets the name from the existence of 3 idols of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara (Shiva). Thirumoorthy Hills is located amidst the beautiful Annamalai Hill ranges in Coimbatore district.
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  • Thirumoorthy Hills is not just a paradise for nature lovers but also a religious place. Arulmigu Amanalingeswarar Temple is one of the famous temples in this region. The speciality of this shrine is that it has all three Gods (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) as the prime deities. In fact, the legend of this temple makes this a sacred place.
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  • Thirumoorthy Temple (Sri Amanalingeswarar Temple), Panjalinga Waterfalls and Thirumoorthy Dam are the famous attractions in Thirumoorthy Hills Hills is also known for Universal Peace Foundation. Since it is a picturesque destination, Thirumoorthy Malai is also a favourite shooting location of Tamil and Malayalam movies.


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