Airavatheeswara temple

May 11, 13 Airavatheeswara temple

Airavatheeswara temple is built by the great Chola ruler, Raja Raja II which has at the present been familiar as a world heritage monument by the UNESCO. The temple architecture achieved its zenith during the rule of the Chola rulers. Thanjavur, being the capital of the Chola rulers, witness most of the architectural activities.

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Kanyakumari Temple

May 11, 13 Kanyakumari Temple

Kanyakumari temple forms the southern most end of mainland India. It is also the place where the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean merge. Kanyakumari has been a huge center for culture, civilization and pilgrimage for years. Kanyakumari is given name after the virgin goddess Kanyakumari

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The Ramanathaswamy Temple

May 11, 13 The Ramanathaswamy Temple

The most sacred shrine of the Hindus in India is the Ramanathaswamy Temple. The Jyotirlingam at the Ramanathaswamy temple is the southernmost of the 12 Jyotirlingams of India. Lord Rama directed Hanuman to bring the lingam from Kailasha within a certain time but Hanuman was delayed and Sita had to get ready

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The Meenakshi Temple

May 11, 13 The Meenakshi Temple

The Meenakshi templecomplex is one of the largest in India. The presiding deity at the Meenakshi temple at Madurai, the Athens of South India, is Goddess Meenakshi. The basis of the temple is older than the Madurai city. The Meenakshi temple complex is spread over an area of about 6 hectares.

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The Brihadeswara Temple

May 11, 13 The Brihadeswara Temple

The most famous and one of the most ancient Hindu temples in the world is the Brihadeswara temple. The temple is situated in the city of Thanjavur that is also known as Tanjore, in the Indian region of Tamilnadu. The UNESCO has considered this thousand years old temple a “World Heritage Site Brihadeswara

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