The Pariyur Kondathu Kaliamman temple is a famous temple in the small town of Pariyur that is in the Erode district of Tamil Nadu. The proper name of the temple is the Arulmigu Kondatha Kaliamman Temple. Pongal and Navaratri are the famous festivals that are celebrated in the temple premises each and every year. The temple has a style of the Dravidian architecture. Local people have a belief that the temple is more than fifteen hundred years old. The inner sanctum of the temple is made of black marble. There is an outer mandap of the temple along with five storey structure. There is a crown of fire on the head of the main deity of the temple who faces north.
The place remains more or less humid all throughout the year. The shrines of this temple are being dedicated to Siddhi Vinayagar. An annual car festival also takes place in the temple every year.