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Blog Entry# 1022907
Posted: Mar 13 2014 (12:27)

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Mar 13 2014 (12:27)   KMU/Kumbakonam (3 PFs)

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Temples to see
There are several prominent temples in the town:
The Kumbeswara Temple (the town's namesake)
The Sarangapani Temple (one of the 108 Divyadesams of Srivaishnavites)
The intricately carved Mahamaha Kulam where the Mahamaham
is held once in twelve years
Chakrapani Temple
Ramaswamy Temple
Patteswaram Durga Temple
Thiruvidaimarudhur Shiva temple
ThirudevanKudi Shiva temple
Oppilliappan Vishnu temple (one of the 108 Divyadesams of Srivaishnavites)
Nageswaram Shiva temple
Ayyavadi Pratyankara Devi temple
Nachiyar Koil Vishnu temple (one of the 108 Divyadesams of Srivaishnavites)
Tirucherai SaranathaSwamy Vishnu temple (one of the 108 Divyadesams of Srivaishnavites)
Kabistalam Gajendra Varada Vishu temple
Ganapathi Agraharam Vinayaka temple
Swamimalai Murugan Temple (ARU PADAI VEEDU)
Darasuram Shiva temple ( The temple is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage monument)
Tirubhvanam Sarabeshwara Temple
Koothanur Saraswathy temple
Tirupambupuram Shiva temple ( Dakshina Kalahasti)
Nageswara Temple
Kasi Viswanatha Temple
Someswara Temple
Ragavendra Mutt at Kumbakonam city
Tirumangalakudi Shiva temple
Papanasam 108 Shiva linga temple
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