Trip Plan Tentative Schedule - Day 1: 10 PM: Depart from Bangalore | Day 2: 6 AM: Reach to Kamakshi Amman Temple | 8 AM: Breakfast Break | 8:30 AM: Reach to Sri Varadaraja Perumal Temple | 11 AM: Reach to Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam| 1 PM: Lunch Break | 2 PM: Shopping | 4 PM: Reach to Sri Ekambaranathar Temple | 5 PM: Reach to Kailasanathar Temple
Kanchi Silk: His traditional occupation of Kanchipuram is silk sarees and agriculture. An estimated 5000 families are still involved in weaving silk sarees. There are 25 silk & cotton yarn industries, 60 dyeing units, 50 rice mills, and 42 other industries within the Kanchipuram municipal limits. The city is also well known for its hand-woven silk sarees and most of the city's workforce is involved in the weaving industry. It is a traditional center of silk weaving and handloom industries for producing Kanchipuram Sarees. Modern Kanchipuram is a major weaving center and visitors will be able to buy hand-woven silk at wholesale rates. Tejas Tours and Travels is the highly responsible tour and travel service provider in the marketplace, which provides transport service for an affordable price and delivers high-class travel. Please visit our website at http://www.tejastravels.com for any inquiries or bookings.
Kamakshi Amman Temple
Kamakshi Amman Temple, Dedicated to Goddess Parvathi, Kamakshi Amman Temple is the most popular temple in Kanchipuram. Probably, the temple was originally built before the 7th century by the Pallava rulers. Later in the 14th century, it was rebuilt by the Cholas. Placed in the center of the city, this temple is one of the three holy places of Sakthi worship. The temple complex also consists of the Sankaracharya shrine, one of the greatest Hindu saints.
Sri Varadaraja Perumal Temple, Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the rulers of the Vijayanagar kingdom built the striking Varadaraja Temple during the 10th century. The temple complex bounded by an outer wall consists of Kalyanamandapam, a 1000-pillared hall.
Timings: 6.30 AM to 12 PM & 3.30 PM to 8 PM.
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Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam
Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, is a monastic institution for the Hindu community suited in one of the Pancha Bhuta Sthalas, the city of Kanchipuram. The Pancha Bhuta Sthalas represent five materials essential for our existence, namely - Earth, Sky, Water, Fire, and Air. Visitors often find the institution a place to find peace.
Timings: 5:30 AM to 12.30 PM & 4 PM to 8.30 PM.
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Ekambaranathar Temple, Kanchipuram’s largest temple Ekambaranatha temple is spread in an area of 20 acres of land. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it is built by the Pallava rulers, which was later revamped by the Cholas and Rayas. The temple complex has a 3500-yr old mango tree and 100 lingas made from one solitary stone and a thousand-pillared hall.
Temple Timings: 6 AM to 12.30 PM & 4 PM to 8.30 PM.
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Kailasanathar Temple, Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Kailasanathar Temple holds great significance and value for the Hindu devotees and is visited by a large number of tourists all year round. It was built during the period from 685 AD to 705 AD by the Pallava king Rajasimha Pallava, and his son, Mahendra Varma Pallava. The architecture and sculpture of this temple resemble the temples found in Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram) which were also constructed by Pallavas. This might be the only temple in Kanchipuram which has not been modified after its original creation.
Temple Timings: 6 AM to 12 PM & 4 PM to 7 PM.
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