Sangam Trichy Hotel
Nearby Attractions
SamayapuramSamyapuram lies about 20 kms from Trichy .The beautiful and famous temple dedicated to Goddess Mariamman makes it an important pilgrimage spot.
VayaloorVayaloor is a picturesque little place located on the outskirts of Trichy, just about 8 kms away. It has a small Murugan Temple set in a lush green landscape.
Gunaseelam has a famous temple devoted to Lord Vishnu, known here as Prasanna Venkateswara. It is located about 22kms from Trichy.
PuliancholaiPuliancholai on the foot hills of Kollimalai is a place of scenic beauty. This forest area is cool and green with small water falls and a stream. It is just about 72 km from Trichy.

Local Area

The Rockfort Temple:
The Rockfort Temple

The Rockfort Temple is Trichy's most famous landmark.This magnificient temple is dedicated to Lord Siva,his consort Parvathi and Lord Ganesha. Built on an 83m high rock that dates back to 3800 million years ,it offers a spectacular view of the city .Built by the Pallavas, this was later fortified by the Nayaks. Climbing up the 437 steps cut into the rock face is a picturesque and spiritual experience as several small shrines dot the way.

Srirangam Temple:
Srirangam Temple

The famous Srirangam Temple is a marvel of South Indian architecture and spread over an astounding 2.5 sq.kms with 21 huge gopurams. The temple was built between the 14th and 17th centuries on an island in the Cauvery. It boasts of the world's largest temple tower,a mammoth 13-tiered, 72 mt marvel! It is known as the Raja Gopuram and has a gleaming golden dome which is plated with pure gold leaves!

Tiruvanaikkaval Temple :
Tiruvanaikkaval Temple

This ancient Tiruvanaikkaval or Jambukeswarar temple was built in the 1st Century B.C. under a jambu tree and is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Parvati. Its rare architectural style features a twin layer of pillars in the temple tank.The lingam here is partially submerged by water representing God-incarnate. An elephant was believed to be the first to have worshipped Lord Siva here.Later it was patronized by the Chola,Pandya, Hoysala and Madurai Nayak Kings.



Float Festival :
Float Festival

The Float Festival at Rockfort is a visual treat of twinkling lights and bedecked deities in all their finery.Celebrated around March-April at the Rockfort Temple, it attracts devotees in large numbers.

Vaikuntha Ekathasi Festival:
Vaikuntha Ekathasi Festival

In mid-December, the Vaikunda Ekadasi, or Paradise Festival is celebrated in the Vishnu Temple. Thousands of people throng the temple to participate in this rare event - a glimpse of the 'Sorga Vasal' or 'Door to Heaven', which is a huge door, opened only once a year.



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