Singampunari was an important centre for the Jains-Samanar. The most important temple in Singampunari, is the Temple of SriSevugaPerumaL Aiyanar Sastha. In the past, it was one of the places where oaths were made to ensure truth. It also houses the SuyamPrakasar who is known as Suyambu. This a naturally occurring Sivalingam placed to the left side of the main shrine. The famous Pidari of Singampunari has a shrine to right side of the central shrine. Many people believe that the old name of Singampunari was Singampidaari. This was supposed to have been named after the Pidari. Bali Karuppar, Periya Karuppar, ChinnaKaruppar, Brahmaayee, Adaikkal Kaaththa Aiyanaar, Ganesa, Murugan have their sannidhis. Other deities like Sangil Karuppar, MuthuKaruppar, VaLaithadi Karuppar, Sannasi, Saptha Kannika, and others share a common sannidhi. The temple had its own archives with thousands of palm leaf records. The 10 days Brahmothsavam is famous and draws huge crowds. The Ther Thiruvilza and PooPallaakku are important festivals. There is a peculiar festival called 'Kaluzvan Thiruvilza' which is celebrated only in Singampunari. For more details Click here from wikipedia .
Ragi Flour - 1 cup
Dosa/Idli batter - ½ cup
Wheat flour - ½ cup
Salt to taste
METHOD OF PREPARATION :
1) Mix all the ragi,wheat flour and dosa/idli batter with water and salt .Properly mix them without lumps.
2) Heat dosa tawa ,pour 1 tsp of oil around the pan and spread the batter.Again pour oil to dosa edges . Wait till it cooked on one side , then flip to its side .