Religious Places and Temples

Tamil Nadu is full of extraordinary temples, symbols of Dravidian architecture, where Hindu pilgrims flock. After Pondicherry, a former French colony, you will visit the most beautiful temples of South India. Then it was the turn of Kerala, This trip, very varied, you will discover the various aspects of Tamil Nadu and Kerala temples, religious and more.


The most popular destination for destination for Hindu pilgrims in India, is Thirupathi the site of Shri Venkateshwara Temple situated in Thirumala hills 700m above the town. The temple dates to the 9th century, although it has often been expanded and renovated from the 15th century onwards. The seven "sacred hills" of Thirumala are believed to symbolize the seven - headed serpent God Adisesha on whose coils Vishnu sleepa...

Navagrahah Sthalas

Navagrahah Sthalas, the most auspicious and holy location where one can offer prayers to the nine planets, and considered to be the most important religious destination in Tamil Nadu state in South India. All these nine temples are located in a close circuit, in and around the famous temple town of Kumbakonam. Each of these temples are unique with special features in beliefs,...

Aarupadaiveedu Sthalas

Tamil Nadu has various living temples which are dedicated to Lord Murugan being the son of Lord Shiva is known with name Kartikey in North India and his sibling Lord Ganesha. Among the temples dedicated to him, Aarupadaiveedu is the main highlight to all domestic people. Aarupadaiveedu literally means six fighting fields, the six highly valued shrines of Lord Murugan...


Guruvayoor is one the most famous religious destinations in God's Own Country and one of the holy abode of Lord Krishna, incarnation of Lord Vishnu. A very busy pilgrim town located in the Thrissur district of Kerala has always has thousands of devotees thronging to this city every year for worship. The temple is often called in the local language as "Bhoologa Vaikundam" meaning "Holy abode of Vishnu on earth"...


An iconic place for the most spectacular living temples and for producing finest silk sarees. So visiting this place, is a jackpot for the travelers for a chance to experience the culture, tradition and commercial activities. Make a visit to Kamakshi Amman temple, where Goddess Parvathi is the prevailing deity. Initially built by the Pallavas during 7th century, this temple was rebuilt by the Cholas by 14th century...


Rameshwaram is a holy and a sacred place rather an peninsula lying on the Gulf of Mannar. This place is believed to be visited by Lord Rama and attracts many visitors worldwide for the natural view. One Jyotirlinga is placed here and the most important attractions here is the Ramanathaswamy temple where there are 22 holy wells and the visitors,come here to offer...

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Thank you for the services by Indian Panaroma. We had a good time in Kerala and we are looking forward for more in the future. We would also like to specially thank both Biju and you for being very friendly and helpful throughout our stay there.

Name :Mohana & Shamini
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