It's one among Pancha Bootha lingams. Lord Jambukeshwar is symbol of Water. It is very small shrine and have lot of importance and it is near Akhilandeshwari temple
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Excellent (and free!) older temple with halls bounded my many columns in a darker, more atmospheric setting than other local temples. Much quieter too, less touristy and more worshipers. Some camera fees are payable (about INR 200) there is a video fee but we couldn't...More
Visited on 1st July at about 9.30am. The temple was closed for the abhishekam and we waited for about 30min. It was worth it. Special darshan at Rs. 10 takes you inside the shrine while the free darshanam to be viewed from outside through a...More
Peaceful and relaxing temple. One of the major Lord Shiva temple in Tamil Nadu. This unique temple is one of the oldest and one of the beautiful temple (based on its archaeological carvings). A must visit temple!
One of the major Shiva Temples in Tamil Nadu. Historically very important Archaeological wonder. This temple represents the panchabootas the element of water. The diety of Lord Shiva is submerged in water.
Good old temple and one among the PANCHA BOOTH STHALAM.Jambukeswarar Lingam is partly immersed in water (one of PANCHA BOOTHAAS ).Since Renovation is going on the area is full of dirt.Considering the area ,one should visit this either in early mornings or evenings so as...More
one of the pancha bhuta linga temples is jambukeshwar temple.it is nearest place to srirangam.better to go by auto.it is the big temple and surrounded by great wall that means big prakaras.it is a good advise to buy darshan ticket ,because the shiv ling is...More
THis is one of the five panchabootha sthalangal ! THis is the water-element Temple of Lord Shiva... Goddess Akilandeswari is very considerate in granting boons to the praying public.. Nearby Temples include Uthamarkoil ( one of the 108 vaishnava temples0 , Samayapuram Mariamman Temple and...More
Each & every time when I visit the temple, it makes me to wonder about the history behind. You can find the tree without the trunk, which is excellent and it makes you realise the presence of "God" around you. If you're a Varahi devotee,...More
A good collection of sculptures, rare ones. Temple under construction so not much to explore as they have closed down many areas. Shrines being limited to 2nd and 3rd area of the temple. Photography allowed at 1st area only. Be careful of dust and debris...More