About Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple
The kanchi Kailasanathar temple is the most established structure in Kanchipuram. Situated in Tamil Nadu, India, it is a Hindu sanctuary in the Dravidian compositional style. It is committed to the Lord Shiva, and is known for its recorded significance. The remarkable component of models is the bounty of delineation of the erect lions anticipating out in a few bearings. There are two models of Shiva here which are seen holding the Veena in the hand. There is a considerable measure of distinction between the Veena found in the said figures and the present day Veena. There are likewise delightful models of Mathahvialasa Prakshanam. The sanctuary additionally has the soonest stone engraving records of the twenty eight Saivagamas Shaiva holy people in which the Pallava King Rajasimhaman states his confidence in Shaivism. The paintings on the internal wallscitation needed are all around safeguarded.