About Chidambaram

Chidambaram town is believed to be of significant antiquity and has been ruled, at different times, by the Pallavas until the 9th century, Medieval Cholas, Later Cholas, Later Pandyas, Vijayanagar Empire, Marathas, and the British. The town is known for the Thillai Nataraja Temple, and the annual chariot festival held in the months of December to January, and June to July.
Nataraja Temple

Nataraja Temple also referred to as the Chidambaram Nataraja temple or Thillai Nataraja temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to Nataraja in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu.

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Gangai Konda Cholapuram

Gangai Konda Cholapuram is a town located in Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu. It became the capital of the Chola dynasty in 1025 during the reign of Rajendra Chola I and served as the Chola capital for around 250 years.

Thirukkadaiyur is a temple town on the east coast of Tamil Nadu, about 300 km south of Chennai and 15 km north of Karaikal. The famous Amritaghateswarar - Abirami Temple of Tirukkadaiyur is associated with the legends of Markandeya and Abirami Pattar, which is a replica. The original temple, Thirukkadaiyur Mayanam now called Thirumeignanam, built-in 11th century was ravaged by the sea and is in ruins now. People worship and pray at Thirukkadaiyur temple for long life.
Mayuranathar Temple

Mayuranathaswamy Temple or Mayiladuthurai or Mayuranathar Temple is a Hindu temple in the town of Mayiladuthurai formerly known as Mayavaram or Mayuram in the Nagapattinam District of Tamil Nadu in India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Mayuranathaswamy, a form of Shiva, and has given its name to the town itself.
Vaitheeswaran Koil

Vaitheeswaran Kovil or Pullirukkuvelur is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Poompuhar Beach

Poompuhar Beach is a natural and ancient beach located in Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu, India, along the Bay of Bengal. The beach starts from the Kaveri river and extends around 3 km north side towards Neithavasal.
Brahmapureeswarar Temple

Brahmapureeswarar Temple is a Hindu Temple located in Thirupattur near Trichy, India. Worshippers believe that a person can change his fate by seeking the blessings of Lord Brahma at Sri Brahmapureeswarar Temple, Tirupattur.
Thillai Kali Amman Temple

Thillai Kali Temple is a Hindu temple located on the outskirts of the town of Chidambaram, Cuddalore District Tamil Nadu in India. It was built by Chola King Kopperunjingan who ruled between 1229 and 1278. Legend says that Goddess Kaali Devi moved here after losing to Lord Siva in the celestial dance contest.
Silapathikaram Art Gallery

Silappathikara Art Gallery A beautiful building of great sculptural value has been built as Sillappathikara Art Gallery. Scenes from Sillappathikaram, the Epic of the land have been given lively shapes in stones on the walls of the Gallery. These sculptures carved by the sculptors of Mamallapuram Art College remain the treasure house of Tamil Culture.
Best Time To Visit Chidambaram

Chidambaram can be best visited between the months of October to March. At this time the weather remains pleasant and is best for indulging in sightseeing tours and also can rejoice with the locals during the festivals that the town hosts at this time. The summer season in Chidambaram starts in the month of March and ends in the month of May. Summers here are extremely hot with temperatures shooting up to 41°C and going down till 30°C.  Monsoons turn Chidambaram into a beautiful paradise and turn this tourist’s hotspot into a soulful place. This season begins in the month of June and ends in September month. The town experiences plenty of showers during this season. Travelers can delight in the charm of Chidambaram which is blessed with the bounties of nature. This season marks the beginning of the second Bhrammotsavams, which is one of the annual festivals that this town hosts. If you are in Chidambaram at the time of this festival, then you can have a great time amidst all the festivities. Winter serves as the best time to make a visit to this place as this season is not harsh and is quite bearable. This season starts in the month of December and lasts till February. In winters the temperature can go as high as 30°C and go down to a minimum of 21°C. In this season Chidambaram hosts the first Bhrammotsavams, which is one of the grandest annual festivals celebrated here. Apart from this Aardhraa Dharsana festival is another festival that is celebrated with utmost fervor.

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