A jewel in the cultural and religious supremacy of Tamil Nadu is the city of Kanchipuram. Popularly known as “The Temple City of India”
Also known for its Kanchipuram Sarees, this city will fill you up with respect for Indian art and culture.
Dominating the skyline of Kanchipuram is Ekambareswarar Temple. The religious, historical, and architectural influence of this temple makes it a prominent tourist attraction.
Built by the Pallavas and renovated by the Cholas, the temple complex covers 40 acres of land.
A temple that worships Goddess Shakti, as Kamakshi is this temple in Kanchi. Being one of the 51 Shakti Peeths, which are sacred shrines
The Pallavas kings are known for their love for art and architecture. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is one of the oldest heritage sites of the city.
Experiencing the life of locals is the essence of traveling. Kanchi Kudil, an actual ancestral house turned into a museum, in Kanchipuram
One of the ancient cities in India is home to the oldest bird sanctuary in India, Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary. Protected by the locals, an area of 74 acres.