Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple, Tamilnadu

This article is about Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple in knachipuram. This article gives futher details about the festivals that are celebreated in Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple and also gives a short description about the history of Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple in Tamil Nadu.

Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple

We could ofter her the word Kanchi Kamachi and Madurai Meenachi. As the kanchipuram city renowned as the temple town in Tamilnadu because of its many ancient and famous temples which are present till today. It is believed that the the Kanchipuram was the capital of the ancient rulers pallavas. The pallavas who always paid a great respect to their gods and goddess have built many temple for worship to show their love towards god as their symbol of love and respect. You can find list of Tamilnadu temples here. There are many temples in and around Kaanchipuram which are listed below.
    Ekambreswarar Temple
    Kamachi amman temple
    Kumara Kottam temple
    Ulagalanda perumal Temple

History fo the Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple in Tamil nadu

It is believed that the goddess Kamachi has worshipped the Shiva lingam here in this place and became as the wife of Lord Shiva. It is this place where Goddess Kamachi has attained her salvation and mukthi by joining her hands with the great ultimate God Lord Shiva. It was said that Kamachi was a Ugra Swaroopini.

Festivals in Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple

In this Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple many famous festivals are being celebrated till today on remembrance of Kamachi. Every normal day the temple will have four time worship in a day. The annual and the big festival is celebrated in the Tamil month of Maasi. The wearing and coverings of kamachi would be of great values. She would be covered with gold and other valuable ornaments. The Chariot festival will be continued for the total of seven days. There are also some special events in this Kanchipuram Sri Lakshmi Ammal Temple on the special occasions of Navarathiri, Aadi pooram, Aippasi pooram and Shankara Jeyanthi. All these festivals in this places are celebrated with great respect to the gods. Thousands of devotees will be gathered in the festivals especially on the annual festivals.


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