The Kamakshi Temple is an antiquated Hindu Temple committed to Kamakshi, one of the types of Goddess Parvati. It is situated in the notable city of Kanchipuram, close Chennai, India. The Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, the Akilandeswari sanctuary in Thiruvanaikaval close Tiruchirappalli and this Kamakshi sanctuary are the essential focuses of love of Parvati, in the province of Tamil Nadu. The Temple was most presumably worked by the Pallava rulers, whose capital was Kanchipuram.
The Image of the principle Deity, Kamakshi, is situated in a lofty Padmasana, a yogic stance meaning peace and flourishing, rather than the customary standing stance. Goddess holds a sugarcane bow and cluster of five blossoms in the lower two of her arms and has a pasha rope, an ankusha spur in her upper two arms. There is additionally a parrot roosted close to the bloom bundle. There are no other Parvati sanctuaries in the city of Kanchipuram, aside from this sanctuary, which is irregular in a customary city that has many conventional sanctuaries. There are different legends that record for this reality.