Who made Nageswaraswamy temple?

Who made Nageswaraswamy temple?

Aditya Chola
Aditya Chola constructed this temple during the 9th century. It is great marvel of Chola architecture, building technology and astronomy.

Who built Kumbakonam temple?

Sarangapani temple is the largest Vaishnava (the sect of the god Vishnu) shrine present in Kumbakonam. The present structure of the temple having a twelve storey high tower was constructed by Nayak kings in the 15th century. It is one of the “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 Alvar saint-poets.

Which is the main temple in Kumbakonam?

Adi Kumbeswarar Temple
– Adi Kumbeswarar Temple.

Who built Uppiliappan temple?

The Lord is called Uppiliappan or Thiruvinnagar Venkatachalapathy. This temple was built during 7th or 8th century A.D. by medieval Chola kings and later developed by Thanjavur Nayaks.

How many temples are there in Kumbakonam?

Of these twelve, first ten temples temples are located in Kumbakonam town itself. Likewise five Vishnu temples are connected with Mahamaham. They are Sarangapani Temple, Chakrapani Temple, Ramaswamy Temple, Rajagopalaswamy Temple, and Varahaperumal Temple. All these five temples are found in Kumbakonam.

What was the special feature of the architecture of early Chola period?

Special Features of the Chola Architecture The temples of the Imperial Cholas are covered with exquisite well composed sculptures and frescoes. Largest and tallest of all Indian temples i.e. Siva Temple of Thanjore was built in Chola Period.

Which God is Worshipped in Kumbakonam?

Lord Shiva
It is the headquarters of the Kumbakonam taluk of Thanjavur district. Kumbakonam is a temple town with many Hindu temples located in and around it. Majority of the temples are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. 12 Shiva temples are connected with Mahamaham festival which happens once in 12 years in Kumbakonam.

What was the lost wax technique of Chola Empire in making the bronze statue?

First of all an image was made of wax. This was covered with clay and left in sun to dry. It was then heated and a small hole was made in the clay cover. The molten wax was drained out through this hole.

Who was the greatest Chola king?

Rajaraja Chola I
Rajaraja Chola I and Rajendra Chola I were the greatest rulers of the Chola dynasty, extending it beyond the traditional limits of a Tamil kingdom.