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Kanchipuram ,popularly known as Temple Town is known for Temples dedicated to Lord Siva as well as Vishnu. It is said that there are more than Hundred Temples in this Town. This is also the Head Qurters of Kanchi Sankaracharya one of the Saiva Seers....More
This is popularly known as temple town. From Chennai one shall commute by bus/train/car. On an average shall reach in 1.5 to 2hours from Chennai. It is a crowded town and the weather will be hot except during December. It is a holy town with...More
We visited the town of Kanchipuram to see the temples, learn about Pallavas and also see silk weaving. We visited Ekambareswar temple, Kanchi Kamatchi temple, Varadaraja Perumal Temple and Weaver's colony. The town has a rich history and the sculptures, temple towers speak volume about...More
Kanchipuram is a must visit for all the heritage lovers , the city of temples has some beautiful gems hidden in it, the gopurams of each temple has distinguished character, locals are humble simple and helping by nature, a day trip to Kanchipuram planned today...More
Kanchipuram is one of the most-ancient cities of southern India and traces its history as an early Chola dynasty capital. Later, it was the Pallava capital and from the 10th to the 13th century, it served as the late Chola government headquarters.
Kanchipuram is referred...More
One of the most memorable day trips that we took during our time in Chennai, India was visiting the city of Kanchipuram. We were told that Kanchipuram was the place in the state of Tamil Nadu to buy silk, so we drove the hour southwest...More