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Adorned with thousands of figures of gods, goddesses and demons, the Meenakshi Amman Temple is no less than an architectural marvel.
Besides gopurams, intricately carved figures and scenes depicted from Indian mythology in the halls add to the artistic charm of the temple.
According to historical and archaeological records, the temple was originally built around 6th century AD and the major portion of it was damaged in 14th century by the Muslim invaders in India.
The present structure of the temple dates back to 16th century when it was again restored to its pristine glory by the Nayak rulers.
Known as the temple city of India, Tamil Nadu is one place in South India where the elaborate architecture and brilliant sculptures of its ancient temples, leave all its tourists spellbound with their astounding beauty.
With almost all the temples built during historic and medieval times, a trip to these temples provides you with a deep insight into brilliant architectural, sculptural and artistic skills of the engineers, architects and artisans of the bygone times.
Scenes of ocean of milk being churned by devas and asuras, nine heads Ravana playing veena, Rishi Markandya hugging Shivlingam and wedding ceremony of Sundareshwarar & Meenakshi; are few of the sculptures worth noticing when you are inside the temple premises.
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If you are planning for a South India temple tour, we bring to you a list of 15 famous temples of Tamil Nadu that not only provide you a great spiritual experience but, also give you a chance to revel in their mesmerizing designs, still speaking stories of their glorious past.
Dedicated to Goddess Parvati in the form of Meenakshi and her consort, Lord Shiva in the form of Lord Sundareshwarar, the ‘Meenakshi Amman Temple’ is one of the most ancient and famous temples not only in Tamil Nadu but, in entire India.