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Visit 5 Famous Temples In Tamil Nadu For Religious Glory

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Tamil Nadu is the land of Temples and the famous temples in Tamil Nadu have been a source of reverence and devotees all over the world. Blessed with more than 3300 temples, there is some noteworthy temple city in Tamil Nadu, where devotion and religion flow in the air. Besides being a deep devotion, these famous temples in Tamil Nadu are timeless architectural wonders. 

From Lord Vishnu to Lord Shiva, Goddess Lakshmi to Goddess Parvati, Tamil Nadu is known for its sheer devotion and magnificent architecture and sculptures. Each shrine in Tamil Nadu has its own significance as some of the temples are located at the sea-shore and many of them are famous for their historical facts. 

Often called as the magical dreamland or a hub of revered holy places, Tamil Nadu welcomes innumerable devotees and tourists not only from India, all around the globe throughout the year. 

Here is the list of 5 Top Temples in Tamil Nadu that are a perfect reason to plan the Tamil Nadu Temple Tour.  

  • Meenakshi Temple, Madurai
  • Ramanathaswamy Temple, Rameshwaram
  • Kapaleeswarar Temple, Chennai
  • Kumari Amman Temple, Kanyakumari
  • Nataraja Temple, Chidambaram

5 Famous  Tamil Nadu Temples That Are Truly Devoted To Devotion 

1. Meenakshi Temple, Madurai

Meenakshi Temple, Madurai

Located in Madurai, Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple is one of the famous Tamil Nadu temples. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of Sundareswarar and Goddess Parvati in the form of Meenakshi. The temple is the majestic beauty and worth visiting because of its divine factor and exquisite architecture.  It tends that the marriage of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Shiva actually took place in Madurai and is still celebrated every summer with the same enthusiasm. 

Timing: 5 AM to 12 PM & 4 PM to 10PM

2. Ramanathaswamy Temple, Rameshwaram

Ramanathaswamy Temple, Rameshwaram

Another temple that completes the list of famous temples in Tamil Nadu is Ramanathaswamy Temple. Located on the Pamban Island, Ramanathaswamy Temple is one of the holiest temples in Tamil Nadu. Among the 12 Jyotirlingas, this temple houses one among them. It is considered essential for every devotee to bathe before entering the temple premises, otherwise, worship won’t be completed. The beautiful location and the divine ambiance attract visitors from all over the world throughout the year. 

Timing: 5 AM to 12:30 PM & 4 PM to 9PM

3. Kapaleeswarar Temple, Chennai

Kapaleeswarar Temple, Chennai

Built-in the 7th century, Kapaleeshwar Temple in Chennai is one of the popular and most-visited temples in Tamil Nadu. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Parvati in the form of Kapaleeswarar and Lord Shiva. The temple is thronged by devotees all around the year because of its divine beauty as it hosts six different kinds of puja including Ko Pooja, Vaikarari Pooja, Kaala Sandhi Pooja, Uchi Kala Pooja, Evening Pooja, Kala Pooja, and Artha Jama Pooja. It attracts the majority of devotees during some major festivals including Navratri.

Timing: 6 AM to 1 PM & 4 PM to 8PM

4. Kumari Amman Temple, Kanyakumari

Kumari Amman Temple, Kanyakumari

Kumari Amman Temple is located at the shore of Kanyakumari which is a confluence of the three oceans namely the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal. The temple is devoted to an incarnation of Parvati and the bluestone idol of Devi is believed to be installed by Sage Parashuram as it believes that the temple was built by Pandya Kings in the 18th century. It also tends that the goddess performed many penances to win Lord Shiva for marriage. So this is how it has become the biggest temple in Tamil Nadu that should be visited once. 

Timing: 5 AM to 12 PM & 4 PM to 10 PM

5. Nataraja Temple, Chidambaram

Nataraja Temple, Chidambaram

If we pick up the list of temples in Tamil Nadu, Nataraj Temple is one that you will find because of its true devotion and splendid beauty. Located in the heart of the temple town of Chidambaram, Nataraja Temple Pancha Bhoota Sthalas represents one of the five natural elements akasha. The temple complex is spread over 50 acres. The raised hands of the statues signify that they are the savior of everyone’s life. The celestial ambiance of the temple and rich heritage inspire and attract every visitor here. 

Timing: 6 AM to 12 PM & 5 PM to 10 PM

These temples have been the old-age legends of Tamil Nadu’s rich legacy and standing strong gloriously to make everyone proud. The incredible architecture of these temples leaves anyone wow and also makes them famous not actually in the city or state in fact all over the country and globe. So whenever you wish to visit famous temples in India, don’t skip the Tamil Nadu temple tour to make your trip more religious, glorious, and remarkable. 

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