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7DX Theatre

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Suruli Falls : That drops from a height of 150 feet gathers into a pool, flows for a short distance and again drops to a depth of 40 feet, offering a spectacular sight of nature’s raw and wild beauty. This is a ‘round the year’ fall which attracts tourist throughout the year. June-October is the best season when the water flow at is best. Silapathigaram, a Sangam Literature mentions about this falls.

Kailasanathar Temple : It is near the Suruli falls. There are 18 caves in and around the Suruli Falls. The temple is located about 800 mts above the fall. The spring here has curative powers.

A Dargah named after Abubacker Masthan, who lived around 1630, is another important place of worship in Suruli. The remains of Abubacker Masthan are interred here and worshipped by many. It is very close to the Cave temple of Kailasanathar.

A temple for Lord Kartikeya is also located near the falls and it is called the Suruli Velappar Temple. In the Tamil month of Chittirai [April-May] devotees carry milk pots on Saturdays for performing Abishekam to Lord Murugan.


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