Brihadeeswara Temple Tanjavur is one of the best temples in South India, built by Chola emperor Raja Raja I (985-1013 AD). This is the Chola dynastys finest contribution to Dravidian art. The construction is unique; the vimanam, known as Dakshina Meru, soar Read More
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Bull Temple Bangalore also known as Nandi Temple, built by Kempe Gowda, houses the magnificent stone statue of the sacred bull, Nandi. . It stands over 15 feet tall and is over 20 feet long, carved out of single stone. In Nov /Dec every year, when the groundnuts Read More
Chakrapani temple kumbakonam is considered to be one of the most important Vishnu temples in South India, along with Srirangam and Tirupati. Seven of the Alwars sang the glories of this temple. Lord Sarangapani is the presiding Deity of the temple. Most of Read More
Chamunda Devi Temple dedicated to Goddess Ma Chamunda is in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, 15 kms from Dharamshala and around 10 km west of Palampur . Chamunda Temple Overlooking the mighty Dhauldhar ranges, the Chamunda Devi Temple is situated on the bank Read More
The Chamundeshwari Temple on top of the Chamundi hills is the most famous temple in Mysore, since Goddess Chamundi or Chamundeshwari is the presiding deity of Msyore. Sri Chamundeshwari Temple is about 13 kms from Mysuru, Initially the temple was a small one, but Read More
Chandramouleshwara Temple is located in Udupi, Karnataka .The ancient Chandramouleshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. Lord Siva has this name because he carries a crescent moon (candra) on his head. Candramauleswara temple is located directly across the stre Read More
Chennakeshava temple is an excellent example of Hoysala architecture. Chennakeshava temple is named after the beautiful (chenna) long-haired (keshava) form of Lord Krishna. The 6 foot Deity is standing on a three foot stand. The two upper hands hold a disc and c Read More