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Kailasanathar Temple in Uthiramerur follows a similar architecture of the one in Kanchipuram Town. It is built around 8th century of Pallava Kingdom.  The temple was recently renovated preserving its ancient heritage.

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Parking Difficulty : Easy
Walking Needed : Less than 100 meters inside the temple
Time Needed : 20-30 minutes
Open Timings : 5.00 AM to 12:00 Noon and from 4.00 PM to 8.00 PM
Still Photography : Not Allowed inside the Inner Sanctum
Video Photography : Not Allowed inside the Inner Sanctum
Moolavar :
Sthala Vruksham :
Theertham :
Traditional Name:
Padal :
Tropical Climate for most part of the year. Wear Cotton (March-November)
Wear Traditional Dress. Cover yourself decently
Avoid Shoes
Nearest Railway Station : Chengalpattu Junction Railway Station
Nearest Airport : Chennai Airport
Nearest National Highway : NH32
Nearest Landmark : Uthiramerur Road

Now, the temple premises are clean. The temple portrays glimpses of different era of Vijayanagara Kingdom, Pallava grandeur of Pagoda temples of Mahabalipuram as well as contribution from later Cholas. Overall, an ancient temple with all its glory can be observed when you take a quiet walk around it.

If you are keen, you can also visit an another old temple Shri Vaikunthanatha temple which is also nearby a couple of streets away.

The temples are near the heart of the town Uthiramerur. It is a bustling town.

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