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Vaikuntha Perumal Temple | Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

Kamakshi Amman Temple   | Ekambareswarar Temple

Ashtabuja Perumal Temple | Varadarajan Temple

Kumarakottam Sri Subramaniya Swami Temple


Vaikuntha Perumal Temple

Vaikuntha Perumal Temple Kanchipuram

This temple is undertaken and preserved by the Archeological Department of India. The temple is located exactly at the end of an alley, which is away from the main tourist spot. This temple was built by Nadivarma pallava during the 7th century. The sculptures and the inscriptions carved in this temple tell the tourist about the history of the time and about the city itself. The inner walls are decorated with pillars of lion shape. The temple gets importance on the holy might of Vaikunda Ekadasi, the holy night of the Vaishnavites. This is practiced like that of the Kailasanathar Temple. Other than this holy day, the tourists are allowed to visit this temple. The Vaishnavite temples are closed for the afternoons and so the best time to visit is mornings.


Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Kanchipuram

This temple was built by Shri Shirdi Sai Baba, spiritual and charitable trust. In this temple we can find almost all the idols of deities. Vallabha Ganapathy with ten hands, Tri Murthy (Brahma, Vishnu and Siva), Thattariya Lingam, Parvathi and Durga Statues are found in the inner shrine. Above all the 108 temples, this was the first built one by the initiations taken by the Guruji of Delhi temple and C.P. Satpathy who is an IPS officer. Every Sundays and Thursdays, the poor people are offered food. The prayer is performed from 6 am to 9 pm. The temple is exactly located at Saipuram near Injambakkam


Kamakshi Amman Temple

Kamakshi Amman Temple Kanchipuram

This Temple was built in the 14th Century by the Chola artisans. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi. Goddess Kamakshi is workshipped which is in the form of a chakra, placed in front of the idol. There is also an image of Sankaracharya, whose statue is also worshipped. It is in this temple Sankaracharya defeated the Buddhist philosophers who had a debate. Sakthi worship in India is in three places – Madurai, Varanasi and Kanchipuram. There is also a golden tomb in the centre of the shrine. The annual chariot festival is held in this temple.


Ekambareswarar Temple

Ekambareswarar Temple Kanchipuram

This Ekambareswarar Temple is one of the old temples found in Kanchipuram. The pallava, Chola and Vijayanagar rulers renovated this temple respectively to their own taste. The tomb is 57 metres in height and it is the tallest towers of the Southern India. There are fine big corridors and a thousand pillar hall. The huge and one among the five Lingas of South India, 'Prithvilingam', is found in this temple.


Ashtabuja Perumal Temple

The deity in the shrine has got eight hands which is something super natural. Lord Vishnu is portrayed in a standing posture, facing the Western side. This is a very old temple and tourists can find many stone carvings in this temple.


Varadarajan Temple

Varadarajan Temple Kanchipuram

This temple is gorgeous and very perfect. The wonderful sculptures of this temple are noteworthy on the Hundred-pillar-hall which is said to be masterminded by the Vijayanagar rulers. There is the ornamental ring, which is carved out of one particular stone in a chain, at the four corners, is really beautiful. Other features of the temple are the riders on horseback, perfectly sculptured Rathi and Manmatha, and the temple jewellery. The 16th century pillared pavilion is found in this temple. The annual Garudothsavam festival held during the month of May and June attracts several thousands of devotees due to its electrifying atmosphere.


Kumarakottam Sri Subramaniya Swami Temple

Kumarakottam Sri Subramaniya Swami Temple Kanchipuram

The temple was finally renovated in 1915. There is lot of things to be spoken about this temple. Hindu mythology finds a very specific and important position for Sri subramaniya swami, in this temple. The Hindus on their pilgrimage should surely visit this temple. The mention of the location of the temple in the Hindu books is a rare phenomenon. There is a posture of "Soma Skandha" indicating Lord Shiva seated with Goddess Shakthi to his left and their son, Lord Subramanya seated between them. Lord Shiva is Sri Ekambaranathar and Goddess Shakthi is portrayed as Kamakshi Amman. The Kandakottam shrine is situated between these two shrines.


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