Travel Srirangam Temple, in India

Srirangam is an island and a part of the city of Tiruchirapalli (also known as Trichy or Tiruchi) in South India.
Srirangam is bounded by the Kaveri River (also known as Cauvery river), on the one hand, and the Kaveri distributary Kollidam (Coleroon) on the other side. Srirangam is home to a significant population of Srivaishnavites (followers of Lord Vishnu, one of the triumvirate of Hindu gods, the other two are Lord Shiva, the Destroyer and Lord Brahma, the Creator).
Srirangam is a native of a remarkable personality of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalitha Jayaram, where he contested and won elections to the State Assembly in 2011.
Ahobila Mutt is also present near Srirangam temple.
Cycle-rickshaws are the main source of travel ..
There is now a library cum park, a walking distance from Srirangam temple containing a good collection of books (mostly in Tamil).

Srirangam is famous for its temple of Sri Ranganathaswamy, a pilgrimage destination for Hindus (especially Srivaishnavites) and one of the largest temple complexes in the world.
According to the website of the temple, Srirangam can be considered the biggest functioning Hindu temple in the world, covering an area of ​​about 6,31,000 m². (156 acres) with a perimeter of 4 km (10,710 feet). [1] Srirangam claims to be the largest functioning temple, because Angkor Wat is the largest, but that does not work the Hindu temple in the world.
Srirangam is the first of eight self-manifested shrines (Swayam vyakta kshetras) of Lord Vishnu. Also considered is the first, most important and most important of the 108 main Vishnu temples (Divyadesams). This temple is also known as Tirupati Thiruvaranga, Periyakoil, Vaikundam Bhoologa, Bhogamandabam. In the Vaishnava language the term "Koil" signifies this temple only. The temple is enormous in size. The temple complex is 156 hectares. It has seven prakara or enclosures. These boxes are made of walls and huge thick walls that run throughout the sanctuary. There are 21 magnificent towers in all prakara provide a unique view for any visitor. This temple is located on an island formed by the twin rivers Cauvery and Coleroon.
The Srirangam temple complex consists of seven concentric walled sections and 21 gopurams. [2] The gopuram of the temple which is called the Rajagopuram and is 236 feet (72 m) tall, the tallest in Asia.
The temple consists of seven Prakas (elevated enclosures) with gopurams articulating the axial path, the highest in the outermost regions and the lowest prakara inside. In historical times, just after the construction of this temple, Srirangam city lived entirely within the walls of this temple, and therefore, is cited as an example of the Hindu religion utopia - at its highest point of existence .
The three sacred Ranganatha temples on the banks of Kaveri are:
Adi Ranga: the temple in Srirangapattana Ranganathaswamy
Madhya Ranga: the temple in Shivanasamudra Ranganathaswamy
Antya Ranga: the temple at Srirangam Ranganathaswamy
There are golden gopuram is fully protected by electric fences.
The clothes, like silk sarees, dhoti, towels, etc.., Used by God will be auctioned here.
Inside the temple grounds, there is a special place for the goddess Andal. There is also a museum, library and bookstore as well.


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