The Kailasanathar Temple or the Kailasanath sanctuary is maybe the most ancient temple in the city. The sanctuary was assembled by the Pallava King Narasimhvarman in the eight century in veneration of Lord Shiva.
The sanctuary is gone by consistently by the lovers of Shiva. The sanctuary is fabricated of red sandstone and has endless carvings of Pallva craftsmanship, of which the Urdhva Thandava move of Shiva and the snickering face of Parvathi are worth seeing.
Kailasanathar Temple Pooja Timings
Ushakkala Pooja (Sun Rise Pooja)-06:00 A.M
Kaalasandhi Pooja-07:00 A.M
Uchikkala Poojaa (Noon Pooja)-12:00 Noon
Saayaraksha Pooja (Sunset Pooja)-06:00 P.M
Ardhajama Pooja (Night Pooja)-08:00 P.M
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