Sittannavasal Rock-Cut Jain Temple - Things to Know Before Visiting
Sittannavasal Cave Road, Madiyanallur, Tamil Nadu 622101, India
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About Sittannavasal Rock-Cut Jain Temple
Sittanavasal cave is a second-century Jain complex of caves. The monument is a rock-cut monastery or temple created by Jains.
Attractions Near Sittannavasal Rock-Cut Jain Temple
Home to some incredible and rare collections of artifacts and relics related zoology, paintings, geology, epigraphy, anthropology, and more.
A 40-acre wide ring fortress in the town of Thirumayam.The construction of the fort is of inferior quality as small blocks of stone were used along with bricks for the building of the fortification.
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
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.
This is an ancient dam built across the river Kaveri. The dam was originally constructed by the Chola king Karikalan.
This is an ancient rock-cut cave shrine dedicated to Lord Ganesha. There are rock-cut images of Shiva and other gods as well as several shrines.
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Home of pre-historic man, much cultural heritage with fortresses, temple, palaces and many historical monuments.