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Kanchipuram is a municipal area of the Tamil Nadu state of Kanchi, India. It is a city of temples. It is also the headquarters of the Kanchipuram district. It was also formerly known as Kanchi or Kachiampathi. It is situated on the banks of the Palar River and is famous for its silk saris and temples. There are many big temples here, such as Ekambareswarar Temple, Varadaraja Perumal Temple for Lord Vishnu, Ekambarnath Temple dedicated to one of the five forms of Lord Shiva, Kamakshi Amma Temple, Kumarakottam, Kachpeshwar Temple, Kailashnath Temple, etc. Today, in this post below we are going to discuss Ekambareswarar Temple only

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Ekambareswarar temple is one of the five Hindu temples committed to Lord Shiva and is situated in Kanchipuram in the southern territory of Tamil Nadu. The five Shiva temples speak to an early stage normal component – water, ether, fire, wind – with the Ekambareswarar temple speaking to earth. 

Ekambaranathar temple is the acclaimed temple which is arranged in this sacred town of Kancheepuram, one of the Panch Bootha Sthalangal of God Shiva. Notable as the "City of Temples", Kancheepuram which is one of the seven extraordinary blessed focuses of antiquated India. It was an illustrious capital once, a thriving Buddhist and Jain focus referenced in the Tamil Epic Manimekalai, it was as a rule personally connected with Pallava and Chola Kings and was associated with the lives of holy people. 

  • During the Chola time frame, it was a seat of craftsmanship, religion, training, and exchange. The Chola rulers manufactured a few temples in and around Kancheepuram, otherwise called Kanchi.

  • This huge temple covers a territory generally of around 40 sections of land and is one of antiquated temple answered to be in presence from the year 600 AD. 

  • This immense temple is renowned for its enormous 'Gopuram' which rules the horizon of the temple town of Kanchipuram. 

  • The directing god here is Lord Shiva and is loved as Prithvi Lingam. 

  • Curiously, there is no different holy place here for Parvati yet a little temple for Lord Vishnu as Vamana Murthy is situated inside the temple areas.

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