We continued our visit in the inner galleries of the Museum, where most statues were protected by glass windows, making photography difficult. I kept on trying to identify some of the traits of the deities, but it was soon noticeable that apart from the "obvious" ones I would not be able to identify the greatest majority, let alone their peculiar traits.
Voimedu - 17th century (left); Eachangudi - 15th/16th century (right)
Thiruvengadu - 10th century (left)
Avalivanallur - 12th century (left); Semangudi -12th/13th century (right)
Patteeswaram - 14th century (left); Kulasekaranallur -12th century (right)
Vedaranyam - 12th century (left); Pattiswaram - 11th century (right)
Muttupettai -11th century (left); Tiruvidaimarudur - 12th century (right)
There was still an important visit to make, for which we were already late so we didn't even have time to wander about the Emporium handicraft shop within the Museum premises.