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This is the fourth Petra Shiva Sthalam Devaram Padal in Thondai Nadu.
Sundarar has sung hymns of this temple in honour of Lord Shiva
A part of Kanchipuram Pillayar Palayam. Since there are 2 padal petra
Sthalangal, to distinguish this temple is called Kachi
Anekadhangavadeswarar and the other is on the Himalayan Hills in north India.
- Moolavar : Kachi Anekadhangavadeswarar.
- Amman / Thayar : Kamakshi.
- Theertham : Thanu theertham.
- Agamam / Pooja : Kameeka
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Historical Name : Thanu theertham.
- Location: Kanchipuram Tamil Nadu
The Temple faces east, on the north side, with a mini Rajagopuram entrance. Also there is an entrance arch on the main lane.
The sanctum sanctorum is made up of Sanctum, Arthamandapam, Antarala and. A Shed at the front serves as a mandapa of the muka. Rishabam and Balipedam stand before the altar.
In Koshtam Vinayagar, Dakshinamurthy, Lingothbavar, Brahma and Durga.
Sri Vinayagar, and Sri Valli Devasena Subramaniyar in the Prakara
With Sandikeswara. The adhisthana is a mere adhisthana padabandha.
It is estimated that this temple of the 7th to 8th century existed before the
The Kailasanathar Temple, founded by Pallava King
Narasimhavarman II (698-CE 728).
There has been substantial shift in the
Temples between my first visit and this visit in 2011.
After construction of the moolavar Kumbhabhishekam was performed
Vimanam, sannadhi naalvar, Ganapathi and Devasena sri valli
Sannadhi: Subramaniyar. Even an arch was built near the
Main road leads to Nathar Temple in Sri Kailasa.
The Mini EntranceThe rajagopuram was not affected, and it remained as it was.
The reign of 34th year of the Kulothunga Chozha-I records the gift of 2 veli land
At Kanchipuram, on the north side of Kailasanathar or Rajasimeswaram
Temple. Temple. The same Kings ruling 20th year also records the gift of 3 veli
The property in this temple was in Thamar Village by the King and the property
Named Damal) now also named Niththavonoth