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Ekambareshvara Temple

Kanchipuram Village | Periya, Kanchipuram 631502, India
+91 76539 71234
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Kanchipuram Village | Periya, Kanchipuram 631502, India
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Reviewed February 23, 2017

So many temples -Egambaraeswara temple kamatchi temple,perumal temple so many historical places by pallavas

Thank pdsivam
Reviewed February 18, 2017

Huge structure of one of the famous temples in Kanchipuram. We got there in the morning and parked up very close to the temple. Very photogenic building but you may have to stitch two or three photos together to see the whole picture.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed February 15, 2017 via mobile

In kanchi one of the three famous temples. Vishnu kanchi, Siva kanchi, and kanchi kamakshi temples are must visit

1  Thank sububalu
Reviewed February 11, 2017

One of the largest temples in Kanchipuram. We have been here several times but learn or experience something new everytime we go. There is definitely a holy feeling in the sanctum - call it feng shui or what you may, but I think this feeling...More

2  Thank OmArunachalam
Reviewed February 8, 2017

This is one of the oldest and largest shiva temple in India spread over about 25 acres built in 9th century. This is best suited even as a tourist attraction in view of the heritage and construction with beautiful and rare sculptures. Both the chola...More

Thank Gajarajan1947
Reviewed February 3, 2017

we have reached this temple from thanjavour,the temple as a monument is impressing, although the large amounts of pedlar stalls at the entrance gate, disturb you to have a panoramic view. it is worth while visiting even as a detour, but consider that the temple...More

Thank nathan l
Reviewed February 3, 2017

Magnificient temple view. dont miss the thousand years old banyan tree within the temple area. This is situated in "periya kancheepuram "and the Auto driver asks for RS50/-oneway.If you visit during the temple prayer time you can listen to the vedic hymns sung in the...More

Thank Raghavan N
Reviewed January 28, 2017

One of the good temples in Kanchipuram. A beautifully constructed ancient Siva temple that has a large area. The raja gopurams are magnificent and full of beautiful architecture . Soon after entering in to the temple we will find a thousand pillar mandapam , scarves...More

Thank Usha65
Reviewed January 28, 2017

no words to describe this temple , we were just mesmerized with what we saw. this is the first part or the head of the pancha bootha the famous five shiva temples. The 3500 year old mango tree under which lord shiva married parvathy is...More

Thank K G S S
Reviewed January 23, 2017 via mobile

Recently on our trip to Kanchipuram , we visited this temple, wow...!!! Excellent architecture, the temple dates back nearly 600 years ago period, the gopuram and floorings were built with pure granite stones, the carvings of the statues and kallasam adds extra beauty over it,...More

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