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One of the oldest and ancient temple of India. One of the architectural pride of TN.
Though temple premises are neatly maintained, some improvements can be done on cleanliness. Prasadam is really good, although by purchase. Priest are all not looking divine for this divine...More
The Natarajan Temple is located in a small town called Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. The temple was built in 10th century when Chidambaram was the capital of Chola Kingdom untill the capital was moved to Thanjavur. The temple is located very near to the main bus...More
Temple Is very good. But the Priest ask to pay everyone Rs.150 to see the the Idol near. Too much. They collect atleast 1000 people everyday. No tax. Not going to temple. No bill. Everyone please avoid paying bloody blood sucker.they ask money for our...More
This revered Temple spread around 40-50 acres is considered as one of the 5 element Temple representing the sky element.Though the Temple complex is huge the sanctum sanctorum is relatively small,TThe outermost prakaram or sanctum of the temple houses Goddess Parvati as Sivakami there is...More
Visit the temple of natraja the dancing shiva. You can observe the puja very comfortably and it is hardly 4hours drive from Chennai and also connected by AC coaches .
Start early in the morning to reach before 12 o clock there is break and...More
I visited this temple in the month of November 2018.Nataraj temple had a very big premises and there are lot of small temples of Lord Ganesha,Murugan in the premises
There is separate temple for Lord Shivagami and there is a temple tank.