Somasundaram, chief engineer of Metro rail, said he inspected the hills on September 18 along with top officials of Tourism and wildlife departments and Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department on the possibility of providing rope car facility from Nellikuttam to the temple premises.

CMR would soon submit a report to government,he said.
     
The temple attracts lakhs of devotees on auspicious days including full moon day,Shiravathri and New moon day. Pilgrims now have to trek seven km to reach the top of the hill.
    
District officials had mooted the idea of installing a rope car facility to the top of the hill, where the temple is situated, 4500 feet above the sea level. 

Somasundaram, chief engineer of Metro rail, said he inspected the hills on September 18 along with top officials of Tourism and wildlife departments and Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department on the possibility of providing rope car facility from Nellikuttam to the temple premises.

 

CMR would soon submit a report to government,he said.

 

The temple attracts lakhs of devotees on auspicious days including full moon day,Shiravathri and New moon day. Pilgrims now have to trek seven km to reach the top of the hill.

 

District officials had mooted the idea of installing a rope car facility to the top of the hill, where the temple is situated, 4500 feet above the sea level. 

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