Swayambhulinga is of three feet in height and wears a forlorn look,
recalling his separation from the Sati after her immolation in the
court of Dhaksha. This linga is adorned with Swarna Kavacha,
fashioned into Ardhanariswara form. It looks extremely beautiful and
resplendent that joins the palms of the bhaktas at a mere single
image of Parvathi called popularly Bhagawati was originally a
granite one, but it was replaced by a beautiful two and half a feet
high panchaloha vigraha. The Mother is exceedingly beautiful with
her enchanting lotus-petalled eyes and smiling countenance.
reveals with two hands - one in Varadamudra and the other Abhaya.
Decorated with several invaluable dazzling jewels and resplendent
silks, she casts an enchantment that the Bhaktas rivet their gaze at
her for long. The numerous brass lamps burning bright heighten her
loveliness to million fold and make the viewers oblivious of this
world for a while. It becomes verily an unforgettable experience
to avail the darsan of both Gouri and Shankar in one and the same
Srikoil, moreover one behind the other. There are many Upadevathas
like Ganesh, Nilasiva, Sthaleesan and Dharma sastra in different
places receiving veneration.