Srirangam Temple in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Srirangam Temple

Srirangam, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620005, India

Hindu Temples
Notable Architectures

About Srirangam Temple

This is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ranganatha constructed in the Dravidian architecture. This is also the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world.



Attractions near Srirangam Temple

Tiruchirapalli Rock Fort3.12km from Srirangam Temple

The Rock Fort is a historic fort and temple complex built on a large rock with a height of 85 meters by the Pallava rulers. There are 344 steps carved out from the rock to reaach the top of the temple.

Butterfly Park7.4km from Srirangam Temple

This tropical butterfly conservatory is located at the upper anaicut reserve forests in Srirangam. We can see and experience the living, habitat and their breeding from here

Anna Science Center Planetarium Office9.71km from Srirangam Temple

The Anna Science Centre Planetarium was established by the government of Tamil Nadu in 1999. Comprising of a number of exhibits that cover different eco-system and bio-diversity along

Kallanai Dam12.72km from Srirangam Temple

This is an ancient dam built across the river Kaveri.  The dam was originally constructed by the Chola king Karikalan.

Mukkombu Dam13.23km from Srirangam Temple

The dam is built at the location where the Kaveri River leaves its tributary, named River Kollidam. The length of Mokkombu is 685 meters, and its layout was planned by Sir Arthur Cotton. Mukkombu is a beautiful picnic spot in the region. It is also called as the upper dam.

Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary40.54km from Srirangam Temple

This is a 4537 sq km protected area in the Ariyalur district. The sanctuary is in 25 km. This is home for so many migratory birds and it has a large irrigation tank.

Where is Srirangam Temple

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Tiruchirappalli6 attractions

The district lies along the banks of the Kaveri River. Formerly called as Trichinoppoly in British rule.