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Sri Tenkasi Kasi Viswanathar Temple, Tenkasi
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Reviews
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  • Sri tenkasi Kovil beautiful temple like Madurai Meenakshi, beautiful place tenkasi must visit here a see beautiful locations and temples 
  • The wind through the main tower is Podhigai Thendral...impressive towers, both at entry and inside.. Shenbagam (Michelia champaka) is sthala Viruksham..exterior prahaaram has a lot of later inserts (S...  more »
  • Kasi vishwanath is the famous and among the known temple of lord Shiva in India. Varanashi is known best for this amazing temple. 
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  • Nice temple famous for tenkasi saaral... In entrance the saaral come in both two sides... mor and eve time is best
  • The Maha Lord Siva will capture you , burn your sadness give you a good enlightenment and brightness for a positive future for sure. You will for sure visit there again in your life way. I will sure go there if am blessed. Om namo kashi Visweswarappa, am you slave...
  • A wonderful, serene temple. Closes in the noon at 12.30pm. Opens by 4.30pm. You will love the Tenkasi breeze. The town gets the name from the temple.
  • Beautifully Wow!!! Architecture at its best! The Pandyas efforts reflect in the temple's tower itself. A must visit stop enroute Courtallam!!
  • A big tall Rajagopuram with a a opening of at least 40 feet...breeze..through the Rajagopuram to be experienced..Chozha and Pandya period construction with inscription..