Like the Srivari temple in Tirumala-Tirupati in Andhra pradesh, the Srivari Temple,Coimbatore in Tamilnadu is located on a natural hill amidst sylvian surroundings at an elevation of about 1000 ft. above MSL. and could be seen from at a distance. The majestic looking Gopuram above the sanctum sanctorum and the temple complex in white and grey add to the grandeur of the shrine against the backdrop of the greenish blue Nilgiri Mountains.

In designing this temple care has been taken to maintain the dignity and divinity of the place while making it pleasing and attractive to the pilgrims and worshippers by preserving the greenary around. The ecology of the place has been maintained with great care by retaining the green vegetation on the slopes.


The tall and beautiful Coconut and Arecanut palms that form the natural boundary and the evergreen Mango and Banana plantations and flower gardens that hedge the long central pathway leading to the main temple are a delight to the eye that would enrapture any visitor.

Lord Sri Venkateswara swamy vari is in the main temple. Sri Garudalwar sits facing the Lord. There is a separate temple for Shri Adhivarahaswamy on the northern side of the Hill opposite to the pushkarani. Shri Varadarajaswamy temple is on the south eastern corner of the main temple. In a separate shrine Sannadhis of Sri Sudarshana Azhwar, Sri Yoga Narasimhar, the four Vaishnavite savants Sri Ramanujar, Nammazhwar, Thirumangai Azhwar and Sri Vedanta Desikar are housed. A Vaigunta Dwaram is also built. Walk up the ascending garden path to a distance of about 120 meters have Dharshan of Sri Anjaneya on the footsteps of the hill. By climbing about 33 steps you reach the main temple which has a 45-foot high Dwajasthambam. On north of the bottom layer of the hill on which the temple building is the Ranga Mandapam,where relgious discourses and weddings are conducted. A small lotus Pushkarni has also been built.