Yercaud – Best Picnic Spot for a Weekend – Servaroyan Temple or Shevaroy Hills – P3

Let me start the places from this post and wanted to talk about Shevaroy Hills or Servaroyan Temple as the first place as it is my favourite spot in Yercaud. One of the most beautiful and highest point of this hill station.

The Servaroyan is a flat-topped hill with a plateau. The view from the summit on all sides is magnificent, one looks down on a mass of mountains and hills far and near, with the plains spread out like a map between the Shevaroys and the nearest hills. 

Built by the ancient tribes of Yercaud, the Servaroyan Temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kaveri. It is a serene, pious and one of the most beautiful places of interest that will instantly fill your heart with its captivating structures, fringed with historical and religious significances.

As the temple is located at the highest point of the Servaroyan range, it offers the most pristine view of the Mettur Dam. Mists and fogs are the boon of this region and they intensify the beauty of the temple and its surroundings.

May – Servaroyan Temple – Temple and its Surroundings

In the month of May, it will be extremely dry and you would feel the heat. You can notice from the picture as the climate is so clear and no sign of clouds anywhere.

July – Servaroyan Temple – Temple and its Surroundings

In the month of July, this place was cloudy and could felt a little bit of drizzle.

December – Servaroyan Temple – Temple and its Surroundings

In December, this place is completely surrounded by Mist and fog and we are completely awestruck by the climate here. !!!.

If I remember it right, it was afternoon while taking this picture .

                                     To be Continued –

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