r003-016, Aramvalartha Eswarar Temple, Kanchipuram
r003-016, Aramvalartha Eswarar Temple, Kanchipuram

Aramvalartha Eswarar Temple, Kanchipuram

Date built:
Deity:Aramvalartha Eswarar
Architectural style:Dravidian architecture
Major festivals
 Aramvalartha Eswarar Temple is dedicated to Hindu God Shiva located at Kanchipuram Town in Kanchipuram District of Tamilnadu. Presiding Deity is called as Aramvalartha Eswarar. This temple is located behind the Keerai mandapam. This place is said to be a place where justice (dharma) was born.
As usual Goshta Idols typical to Shiva Temples are located in this Temple. Murugan Sannithi is located between Moolavar and Ambal Sannithi representing Somaskanda form. Idols of Vanadurgai and Jyestha Devi idols are located in this Temple.Temple pond is called as Selva Vinayagar Kulam. One Kaala Pooja is conducted in this temple without fail. This Temple is more than 1000 years old. Pradosha Poojas are very special in this Temple. This place is Parihara Sthalam for Marriages.


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How to Reach:

At about 1.2 kms after the end of the Palar river bridge, take the right (west) ward deviation towards Maduranthakam for another 5 kms to reach Anaikattu. To reach Anaikattu from Chengalpet, Take Bus No 188 D, 100 D and 100 C. To reach Anaikattu from Maduranthakam, Take Bus No T 10.

Contact Details

Aramvalartha Eswarar Temple,

Anaikattu, Kanchipuram District,

Mobile: +91 89402 81959 / 98439 01221

Official Address

See also  Arupadai Veedu Temple, Pazhamuthicholai, Madurai

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