Sri Subramania Swamy Temple is located on a hill top, on
the southern side of Sri Renugambal Temple. The panoramic view of this temple seen from the Renugambal Temple is beautiful.
Three hundred well laid stone steps make the journey to this hill top temple less tedious. The finely sculpted idol of Moolavar
Lord Subramania with his consorts Goddesses Valli and Deivanai standing on a peacock is quite impressive. Unlike in other
places where Lord Subramania is seen seated on his peacock, here the Lord is standing on his peacock. The peacock is also
seen not spreading its feathers. It carries a snake in its beaks. This idol is unique and the Lord is known for his boon granting.
Legend has it that Lord Subramania was conferred the title
“Deva Senapathi” [Commander of Devas] only on this hill top at the request of Goddess Renugambal.