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Top 5 Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

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Top 5 temples of Tamil Nadu that cannot miss: Hey friends if you are planning to visit TamilNadu then for you i  have collected Top 5 Temple that you can visit. These are the most popular temple in Tamil Nadu that you must visit.

1. Sri Meenakshi Temple

Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

Arguably one of the most beautiful and significant Hindu temples, with great architecture and lovely sculptures. Non-Hindus can visit all spaces, except the inner temple. There is enough to enjoy and experience outside. Do not miss sitting on the steps of the tank to admire the intricate and exquisite decoration of the towers. The Meenakshi Amman temple is one of the most important sites both from the Religious and architectural points of view. A must for those travelling in South India. I would certainly recommend this temple visit. Only Mobile cameras can use inside the temple No options for DSLR..footwares and Bagages including SLR cameras can be kept.

2. Brihadeeshwara Temple
Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

Marvelous engineering work by our ancient Kings 1000 years earlier, the 80 MT single stone on the Gopuram and 2nd largest Nandi 13 ft height 25 ft length after Lepalshi in Andhra Pradesh which is 15 ft height & 27 ft in length. The 1008 Nandi on the outer compound wall 108 Sivalinga’s, height of temple 216 ft denote the importance of number “9” in India. Very well maintained temple. It was less crowded / it can handle any number of people. It has so many reason why it is should be the ultimate wonder! Even among the entire current world wonders list, all the architecture has shadow that falls onto the ground but this temple is not! Could anyone using modern technology create the same like temple again? It has perfect architecture the modern technology cant built!

3. Monuments at Mahabalipuram

Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

Mamallapuram is named after Narsimhanvarman 1. Its literal translation means ‘ The fortified city of the Great Wrestler’. The inaccurate variant Mahabalipuram was created by British, and remains in popular use today by tourists. Mahabalipuram town has wonderful carvings on stone. This town where you will fine multiple Rocks –cut carvings, especially the Five Rathas (Five Chariots) are really amazing. In fact some of the rock-cut carvings are made on single rock and this makes the carvings in this town unique and heritage. This small town of Mahabalipuram on East Coast road near Chennai has a unique combination of lovely beach and single rock cut carvings.

4. Ramanathaswamy Temple

Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

This temple has its own religious importance. Number of people visit this temple daily but management is very poor. One cannot go in temple with any type of luggage, camera, mobile etc but management has not develop any facility to keep such belongings. You enter this temple from a sea facing entrance. Then you go through 21 wells where you can take a shower at each well. Crowded, but manageable. the temple is a little crowded inside and not very well ventilated. But the history is amazing. Must visit temple. Take the 200 rupees per person trip around the wells with one of the agents standing outside the temple entrance.

5. Airavatesvara Temple

Temples of Tamilnadu that Cannot Miss

This is a beautiful Hindu temple located in a small town called Darasuram, near Kumbakonam in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Must visit if you are in Kumbakonam. This is not as big as Tanjavur big temple, but the sculptures and intricate carvings are breathtaking. Temple closes by 12:30pm, but you can still go inside and walk around. The Airavatesvara temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shiva is here known as Airavateshvara, because he was worshiped at this temple by Airavata, the white elephant of the king of the gods, Indra.

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