Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam-1.

Maheswari Ande visited Sri rangam, Thiruvanaikaval, Malakottai, Samayapuram with her friends and relatives. She captured these wonderful pictures and shared with us.
The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ranganatha, a reclining form of Hindu deityVishnu. Temple is locatedin SrirangamTiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India
The temple occupies an area of 156 acres (631,000 m²) with a perimeter of 4,116m (10,710 feet) making it the largest temple in India
There are 21 gopurams (tower gateways), among which the towering 236-feet Rajagopuram (shrine of the main gateway) is the second tallest temple tower in Asia. The 73m high 13- tiered rajagopuram was built in 1987 by Ahobila Mutt and dominates the landscape for miles around, while the remaining 20 gopurams were built between the 14th and 17th centuries

Raja Gopuram.. The pride of Sri rangam
Raja Gopuram.. at Sri rangam
 Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam
Architecture on the piller of Raja gopuram— atSri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam
The main entrance, known as the Rajagopuram (the royal temple tower), rises from the base area of around 5720 sq ft and goes up to 237 feet , moving up in eleven progressively smaller tiers

Inside Sri rangam Temple
way to Swarga vasam
Swarga vasam during vaikunta ekadasi ..They open this door for darshan

Aayiram kaal mandapam~Thousand pillar Mandapam
Aayiram kaal mandapam~Thousand pillar Mandapam
 Inside Aayiram kaal mandapam~Thousand pillar Mandapam

Vellai gopurams (Tower)
Entry of the main temple in sri rangam

This kind souvenir shops usually seen everywhere in india near temples.
Chakarattazhwaar Temple

Vasanta mandapam

Inside Chakarattazhwaar temple
Narasimha swamy..Indugaladandu ledandi sandehamu valadu

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Interesting fact! The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ranganathar, a reclining form of Hindu deity, Vishnu located in Srirangam. It is believed that people who get darshan in this temple during the Vaikunta Ekadasi and Dwadasi days signifies entering Vaikuntam (Heaven) and attaining Moksha.