Ekambareshvara TempleCurrently Open
- Address: Kanchipuram, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Temple
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Ekambareshvara Temple Information
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95% of people who visit Kanchipuram include Ekambareshvara Temple in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
40% of people start their Ekambareshvara Temple visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ekambareshvara Temple
61.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ekambareshvara Temple
One of the largest temple complex. A very important temple for Lord Shiva. Huge complex, it will take nearly one hour plus to see the entire temple. A must visit temple. Adequate car parking is available both outside and inside the complex. The parking fee is RS 30/-. Unfortunately the temple complex is not well maintained. It is really sad to see misuse. They do have wheelchair facilities and arrangement are made for wheelchair. The temple complex has 3000+ year old mango tree. For further details about the 🌲, check the uploaded photos.
Unique South Indian temple. Outstanding architecture and embellishments. A must see. No entrance charges, Rs 20 for camera. Vast and stunning corridors. The officials selling prasadam are noisy, unnecessarily shouting, affecting an otherwise serene atmosphere.
Very large temple for Lord Shiva. Almost it takes 1+ hour to see the entire temple complex. One must visit this temple i Kanchipuram. Very good car parking is available both outside and inside. You can see 3000+ year old mango tree inside the temple and you can find ancient sculptures.
Large temple complex with historic relevance This large complex which includes four huge gateway towers is dedicated to the deity Shiva. There is lots to see including a 3500 year old mango tree, linked to various legends involving Parvati. Non-Hindus aren't allowed in the sanctuaries. Beware of guides who will try to take an entry fee - there isn't one...
One of the most historic temples for Lord Shiva. Very well known for its architecture. Located in the religious capital of Tamilnadu, the still City Kanchipuram. Lots of people thereon this Temple out of deviation to the presiding deity Lord Ekambaranathar Temple. Kanchipuram is well connected to the Chennai by buses and train.