Varadaraja Temple: This temple is dedicated to
Lord Vishnu, a thousand- pillar hall built by Vijayanagar
kings. The temple of Devarajaswamy is lying on an elephant-shaped
rock called Hastagiri
The Kamakshi Amman Temple: It is an imposing
gigantic structure devoted to Parvati in her incarnation
as Kamakshi, the goddess of Love. This is one of the three holy
places of Shakti devotion in India; other two exist on Madurai
and Varanasi. The temple was built by the Cholas during the 14th
Sri Ulagalandar Temple: This temple is one of
the 108 Divya Desam's of Lord Vishnu, structured in Chola Period.
The presiding deity is 35 feet high and 24 feet wide posturing with
one foot on earth and the other on the sky. It’s the example
of Trivikrama form.
Sri Kacchapaeswarar Temple: Sri Kacchapaeswarar
Temple is a vital pilgrimage place for it significance. In this
temple, Siva appears as being respected by Vishnu in the form of
turtle (kurmemerali). And this fulfils the significance of the name
'Kacchapa Eswarar Temple'.
Sri Vijayaraghava Perumal Temple: Vijayaraghava
Perumal is one of the 108 Divyadesams where Lord Rama is believed
to have performed the interment rites for Jatayu. Jatayu is supposed
to fight valiantly against Ravana to rescue Sita.
Jain Temples at Tirupparuthikkundram: Kanchipuram
is a place also rich with the
significance of Jainism. The temples of the Jain Tirthankaras were constructed
in the ninth century, contains several fresco paintings and a grand image of
Sri Subramaniya Swami Temple: The Hindu Pilgrims
makes it mandatory to visit the temple of Sri Subramaniya Swami,
a structure made in 1915. It is also called the "Soma Skandha" Posture,
and placed in a very significant location of Kanchipuram.