Sri Sangameswarar temple is located in the village named Bhavani, in the district of Erode, in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India. The primary deity of this temple is Sangameswarar (Alagesan, Sangamanathar, maruthuvalingam,vanilingeswarar, vikireswaran, nattrareeswaran, thirunannavudayar) (Lord Shiva) and his consorts are none.
The holy tree of this temple is none. The holy water of this temple is Krupa Theertham. The agamam or pooja of this temple is known as Kameeyam. This temple is nearly 1000-2000 years old in this region. The historical name of this place is none.
On religious auspicious days and festive days, the temple remains open throughout the day for devotees and pilgrims. The shrine is thronged by pilgrims and devotees on Maha Shivarathri day from far and near of the district and rest of the state. The shrine remains open for devotees and pilgrims on all normal days from early morning to mid-noon and later in the evening hours to dusk. Shivarathri is largely celebrated in grand and festive manner in this shrine with the active participation of pilgrims and devotees.
It is an ancient Hindu temple that is largely dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is to be highly noted that every year, more than a thousand devotees and pilgrims visit this particular shrine during all the auspicious days and religious important days.
Most of the pujas, rituals and homams are conducted according the Vedic tradition plus rules and regulations. It is the most sought after temple in the district and south India. South India pilgrimage trip includes this particular temple too in its list of must visit temple.