Quick Info:   Location: Alangudi, Tamil Nadu Apatsahayesvarar Temple Distance From Trichy: 40 km Dedicated To: Lord Shiva Temple Timings: 6 pujas performed per day from 6:00 AM   Ancient Jupiter Temple Alangudi:   Apatsahayesvarar Temple, Alangudi, or Guru Sthalam is a Shiva-dedicated Hindu temple that can be found in Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur district in the village of Alangudi. The lingam serves as a representation of Shiva, who is revered as Apathsahyesvarar. Elavarkuzhali is the representation of his consort Parvati.   Numerous people flock to Alangudi Apatsahayesvarar Temple, particularly on the

QUICK INFO: Location: Teppakulam, Trichy, Google Maps Dedicated To: Mostly Used For Religious Celebrations Trichy Teppakulam Known For: Float Festival   History of Trichy: Trichy is regarded as the fifth-safest city for women in India, the finest livable city in Tamil Nadu, and the cleanest city in the country. The city is the fourth biggest in the state. A significant Tier II city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu is Trichy. The first historical accounts of Tiruchirappalli date back to the Chola era in the third

QUICK INFO: Location: South Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Akkaraipatti Trichy, Google Maps Distance From Trichy: 20 km (30 Mins – 1 hrs travel time) Dedicated To: Shirdi Sai Baba Akkaraipatti Sai Baba Temple Trichy Timings: Morning 7:00 AM to Evening 8:00 AM   A Brief History of the South Shirdi Sai Baba Temple: Indian spiritual teacher Shirdi Sai Baba was adored by both Hindu and Muslim worshippers during and after his lifetime. He was regarded as a saint. In his teachings, Sai Baba stressed the value

Quick Info: Location: Poondi Madha Basilica, Google Maps   Distance From Trichy: 35 kms (1 - 1.5 hrs travel time)   Poondi Madha Church Timings:  Mon-Sun [6:00 AM – 5: 15 PM]   Poondi Madha Basilica Built On: 1622 AD   Dedicated To:  The Lady of Lourdes   History of Poondi Madha Basilica: A great Italian Jesuit missionary Rev. Fr. Constantine Joseph Beschi S.J., popularly known as "Veeramamuniver," built a church and named it "Mary Queen of Immaculate Conception" in the early 18th century. The miraculous Lady of Poondi statue is housed in

Quick Info: Location: Vekkali Amman Temple Trichy, Google Maps   Trichy Vekkali Amman Temple Pooja Timings: Morning (5.15 AM, 5.30 AM, 6.15 AM), Afternoon (12:00 PM, 1:00 PM) & Evening ( 6:00 PM, 9:00 PM)   Vekkali Amman Temple Major Festivals: Chittirai festival, Panguni Poochoridal, Navarathri in Purattasi, Thai Velli and Aadi velli   Dedicated To: Goddess Vekkali Amman   Contact Number : 0431- 2761869   Origin Of Vekkali Amman Temple: Tamil Nadu, India's southernmost state, is a temple treasure, with each temple possessing a trait that distinguishes it from the others. One

Quick Info: Location: Ayyappan Temple Trichy,  Google Maps   Ayyappan Temple Trichy Timings:  Mon - Sun [5 AM – 11 AM & 5 PM - 9 PM]   Trichy Ayyappan Temple Pooja Timings: Morning [5.00, 5.15, 6.30, 7.30, 10.30, 11.00] & Evening [5.00, 6.00, 8.00, 8.40, 8.45]   Dedicated To: Lord Ayyappan Swamy Trichy Ayyappan Temple Dress Code:  South Indian Traditional Dresses Trichy Ayyappan Temple Major Poojas: Thirukarthigai Pooja, Nagaraja Pooja & Mahalakshmi Pooja   Origin Of Ayyappan Temple: Sabarimala is a great historical temple. For almost three centuries after it was

Quick Info: Location: Gunaseelam Temple, Google Maps   Dedicated To: Vishnu Temple   Gunaseelam Temple Timings: 6:00 AM –12:30 PM & 4:30 PM–8:30 PM (Everyday)   Gunaseelam Temple Phone Number: 04326 275 310   Gunaseelam Temple Temple Built By: Prasanna Venkatachalapathy   Gunaseelam Temple Festivals: Rathotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Aadum Pallaku, Muthangi, Chithirai Pavitrosavam   Distance From Trichy:20 Kms (45 mins travel time)   Origin Of The Name: The name of the place Gunaseelam was derived from the words "Gunam" meaning Cure and "Seelam" meaning Place, describing the place in which illness is cured. "Gunam" also means Qualities

The Tanjore Big Temple is a stunning monument built by Raja Raja Cholan, greatest king of Chola Dynasty. It was constructed between the year AD 985 and 1014, completed around 1010 AD. The temple is popularly known as the Big Temple, Rajarajesvaram Temple or Peruvudaiyār Kōvil temple. It highlights the architectural mastery of the Chola era.

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