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The shrine of Sri Magudeshwarar can be found in the village of Kodumudi, which is cited in the district of Erode, which is based in the culturally rich country of India.
The deities of wind, namely Vayu as well as Adisesha were competing with one another to decide who was stronger among the two, Adisesha held on to to the mountain which was called Meru and Varu used all his energy and blew in the direction of the mountain in order to displace it. The mountain broke into seven parts and every part was a jeweled shiva ling. The part that was made of diamonds fell in the village of Kodumudi, in this village, snakes, which are also referred to as nagas are prayed to by the people.
A unique feature of this shrine is the deity of Lord Brahma which can be seen gracing this holy place, in other shrines, he is seen possessing four faces, but in this shrine, he only has three. People of that area are of the opinion that the tree which can be found in the shrine- the vanni, is reportedly his 4th face. Lord Shiva was supposedly married to Goddess Parvathy in this shrine and the saints, namely- Bharadwaja as well as Agasthya witnessed this grand event. Also snakes are worshipped in this shrine by the devotees, because the holy snake by the name of Adisesha was the one who was responsible for the construction of this shrine. One can see a statue of Lord Hanuman here as well, he is seen to have a bell tied to his tail, he seen using all his might in order to move the hill called Sanjivani, towards the northern direction. There is also an idol of Lord Ganesha which can be seen in this shrine, he has an elephant's head for a face and a tiger's legs.
There is a Vanni tree which can be seen in the compound of the shrine, it is so old that no one knows how old the tree is, since it has been there in the shrine since time immemorial. People are of the belief that if one plucks out a leaf from that tree and that leaf is immersed in water, then its clarity will last for a rather long time. During the months of March and April, devotees are believed to carry with them pots of water when the festival of Panguni uthiram is celebrated in this shrine, and the leaves that they pluck from this sacred tree are immersed in the pots of water so as to preserve its clarity for a very long time.
A number of festivals are celebrated in this shrine, the festival of Chitrai tirunal is the most important festival which is organized here, it extends for a period of eleven days and it is celebrated during the summer months of April and May. The priests of the shrine are said to carry out pujas on important days, like on the day of the new moon, of the full moon and on the days of pradosha.