Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple

Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple

The three forms of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh are such an incarnation of power. Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh who have created the world. These three are the masters of the world. However, these powers are worshipped differently in different ways and their temples are also different, but there are many temples in which the three powers are seated together. There are also such temples in which Shiva and Vishnu also sits beside other deities. In exactly the same link we are going to tell you about the famous temple of Lord Shiva-Vishnu. It has been in discussions about his structure since ancient time. This is the famous Kanchi Kailasanathar temple, Which is made in Dravidian architecture shape in Tamil Nadu. 

Kanchi Kailashnath Temple history (Kailasanathar temple History)

The Kailashnath temple comes in the temples of India, which were built by the royal houses. In fact, the Kailasanathar temple was built under the rule of the Pallava dynasty. It is said that the temple is centuries old, which was built between 640-730 AD. The Kailashnath temple was made by Rajasimha Raja, the king. The reason behind the construction of the temple was that the king's wife wants a temple of Lord Shiva and the king made a huge temple, praying for the Queen. After the king, the temple was being built. Rajendra's son Mahendra Verman III had built a beautifully constructed outside the temple. 

Wonderful Architecture of Kanchi Kailashnath Temple 

The temples of ancient times marvel at all their structures. Similar is the Kailashnath temple of Kanchi. The architecture of the Kailasanathar temple gets the title of the finest architecture of ancient India. Its design is so adorable that the architecture does not understand how it would have been made in such an ancient time. Dravid architectural style was used in its design. The foundation of this temple was laid with stones. Even today, the temple remains like that. There are many temples in this magnificent temple. Let's say there are about 50 such small temples. There are statues of Hindu gods and goddesses. Let us tell you that the Baikunth Perumal temple in God Vinnaram is a big name, which is known as unique architecture. 

The statues of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati are performed on the walls of the temple. A cave remains in the temple premises. The one who crosses this cave gets a place in the straight Vaikunth Lok. 

Not only that, the grandeur of the temple can be estimated from this point. The temple also has 16 Shivling which is made of black granite stone. By the way, the temple always looks wonderful and beautiful. But on the occasion of Lord Shiva's most special festival, Shivaratri temple is decorated so much that the people living here are left to look at. On this occasion, a grand festival is organized in the temple. 

This celebration is famous not in Tamilnadu but in the whole of India. On this occasion, a large crowd of devotees comes here for Darshan and on the occasion of Shivratri, they become part of Kanchipuram.

Visit Timing For Kailasanathar Temple 

Let us tell you that in the Kailasanathar temple you can go any season, but the time for the temple to open and close is fixed. But it is opened from 6:00 to 12:00 in the morning and from 4:00 to 7:00 in the evening. You also plan to go to this temple and come back to this magnificent temple of architecture.

 




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