Kalahasteeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple committed to Shiva positioned at Kumbakonam in Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India. The moolavar presiding deity, is discovered in his manifestation as Kalahasteeswarar. His consort, Parvati, is known as Gnanambikai. Shiva temples are related with Mahamaham competition which happens once in 12 years in Kumbakonam. Kumbakonam is a temple town with many Hindu temples placed in and around it.
Majority of the temples are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. The temple is also an outstanding exponent of the early temple structure. Temple is a shape reserved for spiritual or non secular rituals and sports which include prayer and sacrifice. It is usually used for such buildings belonging to all faiths wherein a extra precise time period which includes church, mosque or synagogue isn't normally utilized in English. Hindu temple is a symbolic house, the seat and dwelling of gods. It is a structure designed to convey people and gods collectively in line with faith.