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This is a temple where one of the pancha bhoota Lingas (as per hindu mythology) is worshipped. Lord Shiva is always worshipped in the form of linga. Shivalinga is constituted of Vidya or mantra-deha. It is a significant form for worship. In Hindu mythology, worship...More
Shiva is in the form of earth (bootha lingam). The lingam is known to be made by goddess parvathi out of the sand of the river vegavathy. Hence not even priest touch the lingam (theenda thirumeni) and no abishegam is done for moolavar (the lingam)....More
This Temple is venerated to represent Lord Shiva in his Earthen Linga form and revered as one of the 5 pancha bootha Linga representing the Earth Element.This Temple is huge and is nestled over 23 acres in Kanchipuram.Also the Gateway Tower also known as the...More
The temple presiding deity is shiva.
The temple deity is of Swayambhu lingam and is made of earthen soil.
Hence , it is known as place meant for Prithvi....one of five elements where shiva temples symbolises..
The temple is architecture marvel with gopuram with eleven...More
Ekambareswara temple is easy to access. there is plenty of parking space available on the road leading to the temple and within the compound.
the temple is old. You will find the floors broken, within the compound, on the way to sanctum sanctorum. The temple...More
Ekambareswarar Temple or Ekambaranathar Temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva.
The temple complex covers about 25 acres and is one of the largest in India. It houses four gateway gopurams (towers). The tallest is the southern gopuram with 11 stories and...More