Om Shivaya Namaha
Festivals like Pradhosham and Panguni Uthiram are celebrated with pomp here.
Another rare feature of this temple is, it houses Lord Sarabeswarar on one of the pillars in it. Lord Sarabeswarar is another form of Lord Shiva who took form to bring down the anger and furiousness of Lord Narasimha. Lord Sarabeswarar took the form of Yazhi bird with human body and eagle's wings having Godess Durga and Godess Maha Prathyangira Devi each of his wings.
Poojas are performed here to Sri Sarabeswarar on Sundays during Rahu Kalam timings, which attracts hundreds of devotees here.
Both Saiva and Vaishnava sculptures and carvings on the pillars and walls, beautify this temple.