Ariyalai Siddhivinayakar Temple

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Coordinates: 9°39′33.32″N80°2′51.01″E / 9.6592556°N 80.0475028°E / 9.6592556; 80.0475028 Ariyalai Sithivinayakar Temple or Sithivinayakar Kovil is an ancient temple located about 100 metres (330 ft) west of A9 Road, around 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Jaffna Town. This was rehabilitated by Advocate Arulampalam circa 1918. This temple was visited by Mahama Gandi, Yogar Swami, Kunrakudi Adakal.

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This temple land are being used as Sri Parvadhi Vidyasalai (School), Market, Agrarian Centre, Sidda Medicine centre, Now defunct Multipurpose Cooperative Society, Handloom center and Preschool.

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