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Top 5 Must-Visit Temples in Trichy (Tiruchirappalli)

21st Mar 2022

Tiruchirappalli is regarded as the fourth largest city in Tamil Nadu. It has a very rich history, famous for the medieval temples built by the Chola rulers.

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Ramanujacharya: His Life, Philosophy, Teachings, and Death

21st Mar 2022

Srirangam Ramanujar’s shrine is located inside the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple in Tiruchirappalli, where his mummified body or Thaanaana Thirumeni (selfsame body)...

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1000-Year-Old Sri Ramanujacharya Body Preserved in Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

21st Mar 2022

A country known for its rich culture, heritage and piety, India is a land of wonder. The land has several religions co-existing for centuries with...

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Why Is Sri Jayanthi Celebrated at the Srirangam Temple?

13th Dec 2021

The Srirangam Temple is one of South India's most magnificent and illustrious temples. If Hindu history could speak for itself, it would still fall short...

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How to Reach Srirangam from Trichy Railway Station?

13th Dec 2021

Srirangam temple is located in the Trichy district of Tamil Nadu. The divine city of Srirangam is a small sland town embedded in legendary...

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Srirangam Temple in Trichy - A Must Visit Vaishnava Temple in South India

13th Dec 2021

Tiruchirapalli or Trichy is home to Nagaraj Cholan and many historic temples, monuments, churches, and mosques, including the Sri RanganathaSwamy Temple...

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10 Famous South Indian Temples You Must Visit

03rd Nov 2021

South India is home to some magnificent temples that boast of their rich history and incredible architecture. Intricate pillars, high-standing Gopurams,...

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Popular Tourist Places to Visit in Srirangam

03rd Nov 2021

A beautiful river island, Srirangam, is nestled between the river Kaveri and its tributary Kollidam river in the Tiruchirappalli district of Tamil Nadu...

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Srirangam: The most spiritual temple in India

20th Jul 2020

In the state of Tamil Nadu, lies a river island between the rivers Cauveri and Kollidam which is widely known for the Ranganath mandir or Srirangam temple. Known as the world’s largest...

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Everything You Need to Know About Lord Vishnu

13th Jul 2020

Lord Vishnu is famously known as the preserver of the Universe. Vishnu essentially means one who pervades and is everything. He is also the power behind which everything exists...

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3 stunning places to visit in Trichy

23rd May 2020

Adorned with ancient temples, Tiruchirappalli is the fourth largest city in Tamil Nadu. Encircled by serene cultural and religious architectures, one can immediately sense the holiness around the city...

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The famous festivals of Srirangam Temple

24th Feb 2020

The Srirangam temple dedicated to Lord Ranganathaswamy, a resting avatar of Lord Vishnu, is rich in history, culture, and beauty, offering a lot to its devotees. It is believed that this temple is the first amongst the 108 Divya Desams (holy abode) of Lord Vishnu...

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Amazing facts about Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

17th Feb 2020

India is often referred to as the land of temples and many of these temples are renowned globally for their vibrant history and architecture. One of the most fascinating examples of the exquisite temples of India is the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple...

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Things to know about Ranganathaswamy Temple

10th Feb 2020

Sri Ranganathaswamy temple located in Srirangam is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, a resting form of Lord Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian Architecture, this temple is believed to be the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world...

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History of Ranganathaswamy Temple

03rd Feb 2020

Srirangam is a mesmerizing island formed by the splitting of the majestic Kaveri River into two – the Kaveri and the Kollidam. Located in the Tiruchirapalli region of Tamil Nadu, Srirangam is celebrated as a temple town and home to the famous Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, the resting form of Lord Vishnu...

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