Temple Timings :
6:15 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
Entry charges :
Entry is FREE.
Persons who are physically /mentally challenged, aged are allowed darshan through a special entrance. One dependent will be allowed along with them.
Drinking water is available inside the temple. There are free Kiosks available. For those who need bottled water, that is also available.
Since it’s an active temple, all the washrooms are outside of the temple complex. There are many facilities just outside the entrance gates of the temple. Some are paid and some Free.
There is footwear stand once you are inside the complex. There are sign boards.
Cars can be parked in the East and West Uthra Street. It is close to the temple entrance.
There are simple eateries available inside the temple, but these are limited to near the main entrance.
The temple also offers free food for all devotees at a specified time. This is available in their food distribution area.
- It is mostly an open place and the area near the temple is warm for the most part of the year. It is best if you can time your visit early mornings or evenings after 4 pm.
- Wear socks. We suggest you carry some thick sports socks along. Inside temple footwear is not allowed and since the flooring is all stone, it gets warm. Socks will help.
- Carry your earphones/headphones.
- Binoculars – There are lots of details in the gopurams, towers etc. Good to carry binoculars.
- Power bank/Battery pack for your phone.
- Data network – you will have longer battery time if you are off the mobile data network. So when you are using the audio guide, you may want to get off the network.
It is good to refresh our memory on these basics. In South India, almost all the key monuments will have references to gods, goddesses, and mythological tales. Knowing these will help one appreciate the work by artists.
Srirangam is an island situated in the district of Thiruchirapalli in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is surrounded by the waters of Kaveri and Kollidam. This temple town is the abode of Sri Ranganatha Swamy.
This place is also called as the “Bhooloka Vaikuntam” i.e. Heaven on Earth. It’s said that this is one of the eight “Svayam Vyakta” i.e. self-manifested temples.