Welcome to Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram called the city thousands of temples and it seems to be true, there are countless temples, it seems that no matter which street you go, you will always go to the temple. Unfortunately, in some access for Europeans closed. Like all Tamil temples, the active temples of Kanchipuram are closed from 12.00 to 4.00, while the inactive temples are open during these hours, but they are closed at sunset - take this into account when planning visits.

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Information About Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram, also known as Kanchi, is an ancient city in southern India’s Tamil Nadu state. Considered a holy pilgrimage site by Hindus, it is home to many temples. The 8th-century Kailasanathar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is a vast complex with intricate sandstone carvings. Ulagalanda Perumal Temple houses a huge statue of Lord Vishnu. A mango tree in the Ekambareswarar Temple courtyard is thought to be sacred.The unassuming city of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu is popular world over for the grand Kanchipuram silk sarees made here....

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Kanchipuram is one of the most-ancient cities of southern India and traces its history to the 2nd century bce as an early Chola capital. From the 3rd to the 9th century ce, it was the Pallava capital, and from the 10th to the 13th ce

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