Lyricist：Alice Glass, Ethan Kath How do I feel for thee?Call-and-response is a form of music sung by (or at least from the perspective of) two or more people.It is said that the place where the temple is built was once farmland.When the land was ploughed the plough hit something and blood gushed out.The people dug around the spot to find a suyambu sivalingam and began to worship it.The scar made by the plough can be seen on the lingam even today., the Mazhavar king who ruled the Kolli hills It is believed that a secret path exists from the Arapaleeswarar temple to the Kailasanathar temple in Rasipuram which was also a part of the kingdom of Ori.century Thevaram hymns of Tirunavukarasar and Tirugnanasambandar speak of this temple.Though it doesn't necessarily have to be, often the lines in question are a musical argument of sorts.The form arose in Africa and was brought to America by slaves; it later found its way into jazz, blues, and rock.
While this usually goes on until the end of the song, sometimes only a few lines in a verse are done this way.But the bull continued to wreak havoc in their fields. To save itself the bull entered the Arapaleeswarar temple and sought refuge in lord Siva even as one of the men flung his sword on the bull from outside the temple.The right hind leg was severed and Nandi has remained there ever since with a missing leg while the men have remained outside.She rebuilt and restored many temples in the Chola kingdom and was actively involved in the maintenance of Siva temples.
In the Arapaleeswarar temple there is an inscription that speaks of 100 “kalanju” gold donated by her.
In the hymns Appar speaks of this sthalam as Kolli kulir araipalli and as kallal kamazh Kolli araipalli.