Do take INR 10 or 25 ticket and go into the sanctum to have a look at the water oozing out of the floor
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This temple is a rarity as the shiva linga is placed at a slightly lower level and has constant running water from the Cauvery. It is considered one of the 'pancha bootha' temples. I was there in the afternoon and enjoyed the solitude and associated...More
This is another huge - must see temple. Lord Shiva is in the form of Water (one of the five forms). The temple is old... and Government must take care by giving more funds. We can see lack of maintenance because of huge temple. We...More
Its in Srirangam town with 10 mins auto ride from Srirangam railway station and ranganatha swamy temple. Wonderful architecture and a must visit place.
Had a great darshan of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi - for the best ritual be in the abode of the goddess from 11.15 AM
One of the pancha boodha kshetras , denotes water , the moola lingam is surrounded by water during many months in a year no one is sure from where this water emanates , lord emanates peace , maa akilandeswari is a great Vara prasaddi ,...More
One of the five elements of lord Siva, this temple is meant for Water element. You will surely astonished to see the location of the shrine to the size of this temple. Architectural marvel and highly serene...!
It is not a temple like the others, full of architecture, images, etc. Here the important thing is the people and the religious acts they celebrate. The children are brought to the hairdressers to have their hair cut completely as a symbol of respect that...More
Managed by Devasthanam . Jambukeswarar - Akhilandeswari Temple is a must when you visit Tiruchirappalii. Ancient Jamun Tree ( Sthala Vruksha) , hence Jambukeswar ( Shiva) . Associated with mythology of Spider and Elephant who worshipped Lord Shiva and attained Moksha