Arulmigu Bannariamman Temple Erode, Tamilnadu Timings, Poojas & Temple Address

Arulmigu Bannariamman Temple Erode, Tamilnadu Timings, Poojas & Temple Address

Bannari Mariamman Temple is situated 14 kilometers from Satyamangalam in the Erode district. It was revered as the abode of Goddess Mariamman from Bannari. Bannari Amman temple timings are from 5 am until 9 pm.


Bannari Amman Temple

The villager's shed was constructed that contained a plant called "Kanangu" The thatched roofs were replaced with tiles for ceilings. Villagers raised funds from philanthropists and the villagers repaired the temple's structure and constructed the dome that is on top of the sanctuary.

A British official from the department of forests refused to permit the public to trim trees in preparation for the Kundam festival. In the next moment, he began to experience diarrhea and vomiting. He was aware of his error and asked the goddess to be merciful to him.

His health is restored by holy ashes and the water that is brought by the temple. Then he allowed people to remove trees to make way for the celebration.


The temple is located to the south and is surrounded by thick forests, and has a wealth of vegetation to the north, south, and west. The mountain range and the backdrop of hills are a nice touch to the temple of the goddess.

In the vicinity of the temple, animals like elephants, wild boars deer, bears, and monkeys live in the forest surrounding. Beautiful peacocks as well as a variety of birds are also seen in the area.

The main festivals that are celebrated in the temple include The Golden Chariot Festival, the Kundam Festival, the donation of water that is yellow, and The Thiruvillakku Puja along with the Maru Puja. Instead of the sacred ashes, the sand that was in the mound was used in the form of an offering.

The god of the temple is Swayambhu Murthy. There are many pujas performed to celebrate Kalashanthi, Uchikalam, Sayaratchai, and Arthasamam.

Women participate in this Thiruvilakku festival on the final Friday of each Tamil month. Many worshippers of South India flock here to worship the goddess with the utmost respect.


History of Bannari Amman Temple

In earlier times, Tamil Nadu had five divisions, known in the name of Chera Nadu, Chola Nadu, Pandya Nadu, Thondai Nadu as well as Kongu Nadu. Kongu Nadu is located in the west of Tamil Nadu.

Forests, mountains, and rivers provide beauty to this fertile landscape. Bannari is located on the northwestern frontier of Kongu Nadu. In recent times, it has turned into an ideal destination for pilgrims as people from across the globe come to this location.

The temple is located in front of it The Shobhana Mandapam was constructed in 1967, with 24 pillars that were carved into the beautiful sculptural design.

The Artha Mandapam and the Maha Mandapam and the Shobhana Mandapam improve the beauty of the temple.

There are special temples within and around the temples for gods such as Ganesha, Bommairayan, Madeshwara Sarugu Mariamman, and Muniyappa.

The Bommarayan Temple is on the west side of the Artha Mandapam, and the front of the Ganesh Temple is on the east side.

The Goddess Mateshwaran sits upon a slab on the south side of the temple. A small temple lies to the west and is built by Sarugu Mariamman close to the temple's water pond. The temple's dedication took place on the second day of the month.

There is a huge pit in the west of the temple's water pond. The water that flows through the pit is only there during the season of monsoon. Other times, the water doesn't stop there.

On the left-hand side of the path leading to the temple, the pond has an idol of the goddess Vandimuniyappar. The Chola clan pays a remarkable tribute to this god in the celebration of Amma.

Bannari Amman Temple Timings

Bannari Amman temple timings are the temple opens at 5 am and closes at 9 pm.

Pooja Timings

Kalasandi Pooja 5.30 AM
Ucchi Kala Pooja 11.30 AM
Saiyarachi Pooja 5.30 PM
Arthajamam Pooja 8.30 PM



Kundam Festival

The Kundam festival takes place during the Tamil month of Panguni (March-April). The Kundam festival is the largest and most well-known annual event, and in this month hundreds of devotees from various regions of the country come to the temple, and it is a celebration of joy and happiness. Erode district celebrates an official holiday in the well-known pottery festival.

Additional festivals

  • Thiruvilakku's poja
  • Murupooja Festival
  • Golden Chariot Festival

Price of tickets for Darshanams and rituals Sevas. Sevas

Below are some rates and timings for Darshans or rituals. Also, there are special sevas at the Bannari Amman temple,

  • Kala Santhi poojai - 5:30AM.
  • Uchikala poojai - 11:30 AM.
  • Sayaratchai pooja - 5:30 PM.
  • Arthajamam pooja from 8:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
  • Archanai - Rs.10/-
  • Varam Pooja - Rs.10/-
  • Extra Donation - Rs.30/-
  • Abhishegam - Rs.10/-
  • Amuthoottal - Rs.10/-
  • Ear Piercing - Rs.10/-
  • Hair Donation - Rs.15/-
  • 4 Wheelers Vagana Puja Price: Rs.15/--
  • New Account Pooja - Rs.25/-
  • Abhishegam(Including Materials) - Rs.1/-
  • Special Individual & Special Darshanam - Rs.3/-
  • Individual Darshanam - Rs.30/-
  • Kala Abhishegam - Rs.30/-
  • Kumkuma(1 Packet) - Rs.50/-
  • Special Individual & Darshanam - Rs.50/-
  • Namakaranam - Rs.201/-
  • Thiruvilakku Pooja Thiruvilakku pooja Rs.10$
  • Video Recording - Rs.20/-
  • Gold Kavasam - Rs.250/-
  • The vehicle pooja(2 Wheelers) (Rs.250/-) Rs.250/$
  • Taking Photo - Rs.250/-
  • Marriage Donation - Rs.1001/-

Nearest Temples to Bannari Mariamman Temple

  1. Pariyur Kondathu KaliAmman temple - Erode district - 43.00 km
  2. Avinashi Lingeswarar temple - Tiruppur district - 50.00 km
  3. Uttukuli Vetri velayutha Swamy temple - Erode district - 70.00 km
  4. Erode Sakti Vinayagar Temple - Erode district 74.00 kilometers from Bannari Amman temple
  5. Kangayam KariyaKali Amman temple - Tiruppur district - 90.00 km
  6. Coimbatore Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple - Coimbatore district - 74.00 km
  7. Perur Patteeswarar temple - Coimbatore district - 85.00 km
  8. Thirumuruganpoondi Thirumuruganatha Swamy temple - Tiruppur district - 55.00 km
  9. Tiruchengode Arthanareeswara Swamy temple The temple is located in the Namakkal district 97.00 km
  10. Mecheri Bhadrakali Amman Temple - Salem district - 112.00 km
  11. Pollachi Subramanya temple - Coimbatore district - 119.00 km
  12. Srirangapatna Sri Ranganatha Swamy temple - Mandya district - 144.00 km
  13. Karuvalli Prasanna Venkata Ramana Temple - Salem district - 127.00 km
  14. Namakkal Narasimha Swamy temple - Namakkal district - 132.00 km
  15. Salem Sugavaneshwarar Temple Salem district 134.00 km away from Bannari Amman Temple
  16. Karur Kalyana Pasupateeswarar temple - Karur district - 133.00 km
  17. Mysore Sri Chamundeswari Devi Temple - Mysore District 136.00 km
  18. Kulithalai Kadamba Vaneswara Swamy temple Kulithalai Kadamba Vaneswara Swamy temple Karur District - 180.00 km
  19. Devarmalai Kathir Narasinga perumal temple - Karur district - 184.00 km
  20. Thanthondrimalai Venkataramana Swamy temple - Karur district - 154.00 km
  21. Vadachennimalai Murugan Temple - Salem district - 192.00 km

How do I reach

Nearest Airports

  • Calicut International Airport, Kozhikode - 234.00 km
  • Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore - 280.00 km
  • Cochin International Airport, Cochin/Kochi - 237.00 km
  • Tirupati Airport,Renigunta - 459.00 km

Stations of railway

  • Mettupalayam - 45.00 km
  • Karaimadai - 47.00 km

Nearest Bus Stations

  • Sayamangala - 13.00 km
  • Puliyampatti - 33.00 km
  • Bhavanisagar - 14.00 km
  • Namiyur - 39.00 km

Coimbatore to Bannari Amman temple timings for bus

Coimbatore up to Bannari Amman temple bus timings are from 5:30 AM until 9 pm. Numerous buses run starting from Coimbatore to Bannari (all buses that run from Coimbatore to Mysore travel via Bannari). Satyamangalam and Chamarajanagar are the most important points to gain bus services to Bannari.

Location of Bannari Amman Temple

Bannari Mariamman temple,

Bannari (Village), Satyamangalam (Taluk),

Erode district - 638401,


Contact: 04295 243 289