Kalahastheeswarar Temple

Kalahastheeswarar Temple (or) Sri Kalahasthi Temple is located in Chitoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The kalahastheeswarar temple is believed to be represents the element Air. The Pancha Bhoota temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and these five temples are said to be the important pilgrimage places of South India. The word Pancha refers to the […]

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Arunachaleswarar Temple

Tiruvannamalai is a world renowned pilgrim centre located at the foot hills of Annamalai hills. It came to be built over a period of more than thousand years. Many kings particularly the Chola and Pandiya Kings. Apart from the King Krishnadevaraya in the 15th century. This temple city is about 80 kilometres away from Katpadi […]

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Pancha Bhoota Stalam Temples

The Pancha Bhoota temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and these five temples are said to be the important Shaivite pilgrim spots of South India. The word Pancha refers to number five and Bhoota refers to elements. And the five elements are Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Sky. These five elements are believed to be […]

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Chidambaram Temple – The Golden Platform of Shiva’s Cosmic Dance

Chidambaram Temple   Spread over forty acres of land in the town of Chidambaram, Tamilnadu, Chidambaram Temple is dedicated to Lord Nataraj, the dancing form of Shiva. Chidambaram temple history stretches over several centuries. Hindu scriptures herald this temple as one among the Panchabhuta sthalas (the five popular Shiva temples, each one visualizing Shiva as […]

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Arulmigu Kanchi Ekambaranathar Thirukoil

GENERAL INFORMATION This is an ancient temple built by Paranthaka Chola.  Lord Vinayaka is adored as Varaguna Ganapathi. TEMPLE’S SPECIALITY The rays of Sun fall on the Lord on 19, 20 and 21 of Panguni month (March-April). There are 10 pillars in the inner corridor (prakara) of the temple producing 10 different musical sounds if tapped […]

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