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Kanchipuram Day Trip

Kanchipuram Day Trip Tariff
Indica
Indigo
Etios/Swift Dzire
Innova
Tempo Traveller
A/c
A/c
A/c
A/c
A/c
Economic
Seden
Seden
SUV
LMV
4+1
4+1
4+1
7+1
12+1
Same Day Return
Same Day Return
Same Day Return
Same Day Return
Same Day Return
Rs. 2600
Rs. 2900
Rs. 3150
Rs. 3650
Rs. 4500
250 KM+ DRIVER BATTA INCULDING
250 KM+ DRIVER BATTA INCULDING
250 KM+ DRIVER BATTA INCULDING
250 KM+ DRIVER BATTA INCULDING
250 KM+ DRIVER BATTA INCULDING
Rs.350+ DRIVER BATTA
Rs.400+ DRIVER BATTA
Rs.400+ DRIVER BATTA
Rs.400+ DRIVER BATTA
Rs.500+ DRIVER BATTA
Rs. 9/km + Extra Kms
Rs.10/km + Extra Kms
Rs.11/km + Extra Kms
Rs.13/km + Extra Kms
Rs.16/km + Extra Kms

General Terms and Conditions

1. All Cars are Air Conditioned.

2. For Outstation minimum 250 Kms. Per day.

3. Minimum Coverage Km per calendar day up to 12 midnight is 250Kms.

4. If used kms is greater than coverage km then used km is calculated.

5. If used kms is lesser than coverage km then coverage km is calculated.

6. Parking, Toll, Entry, Taxes will be on party's account (Payable by Guest).

7. Driver batta calculated on calendar day basis, Return journey beyond midnight will be consider as additional driver batta.

8. Return journey beyond midnight will be considered as additional calendar day Service Tax Extra.

9. If the vehicle is taken for Outstation, the remaining kilometers will not be used in local Chennai.

10. If the Vehicle is used in local Chennai beyond 1 Hour it will be treated as Local usage & Additional charges will be applied(General Condition)

KANCHIPURAM A City of Thousand Temples

Kanchipuram (75 kms from Chennai) is one of the seven holy cities in the country, and a visit is believed to bestow salvation. Kanchipuram once had over a thousand temples. Today, there are more than a hundred extant, and all are worth a visit. We offer Kanchipuram tour package in Chennai at affordable prices. Kanchipuram also has some notable churches and mosques.

Ancient Kanchipuram is the city of thousand temples and is one of the seven most sacred pilgrim centres for the Hindus. This city is also known as Kanchi. There now remain about 126 temples in Kanchi and a few more in its outskirts. The city was the capital of the early Cholas and it was the Pallava capital between the 6th and 8th centuries.

Laxmi Travels also offers other tour packages in Tamil Nadu which includes hill stations like Kodaikanal and Ooty, and other gateways in Chennai like Pondicherry and Mahabalipuram also called as Mahabalipuram.

Place Of Interest

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Kailasanathar Temple
Raja Simha, the father of Mahendravarman built this ancient temple in 81th Century A.D and later completed it. It is built in the typical Pallava style, with a pyramidal tower, a pillared hall and vestibule, enclosed by a wall. There are 58 small shrines situated around the main shrine, as a compound wall. Fresco style paintings adorn the inner walls of the temple
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Varadaraja Perumal Temple
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Vijaynagar kings built this temple and the presiding deity is Varadaraja Swamy. The 100-pillared hall of this temple proves the mastery of the sculptors of Vijayanagara. Among the best pieces are the severed halves of a large chain carved out of a single stone and the figures of the God of Love and his consort astride a swan and a parrot respectively
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Vaikunta Perumal Temple
This Vaishnavite temple dates back to the 8th century and was built by Nandivarma Pallava. Battle scenes depicting Pallava valour are carved on the panels surrounding the main prakaram.
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Ulagalanda Perumal Temple
Lord Vishnu in his incarnation as the dwarf vamana, subdued the pride of king Mahabali. Jayamkonda Cholan built this temple. There is an awe-inspiring idol of Vishnu that is 35 feet in height
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Ekambareswarar Temple
Originally built by the Pallavas, this large Shiva temple was later reconstructed by the Chola and Vijaynagara kings. Here, Lord Shiva is worshipped as Earth or Prithvi, one of the five elements. The dimensions of this temple are reflected in its 20-acre spread and its tall south gopuram, which soars to a height of 58.5m
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Kamakshi Amman Temple
This is an important shakthisthalam, known as parabrahmaroonpini. The main deity is seated on brahma, vishnu, rudra, eswara and sadasiva. The Cholas built the temple in its present from in the 12th century A.D. The temple has beautiful gopurams, pillars, mandapams and tanks
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Masjids
This is a mosque built 450 years ago by the Nawab of Arcot near the Ekambareswarar temple. There is another mosque near the Vaikunta Perumal temple. The beauty is that the mosque and the temples share a common tank, true to the spirit of tolerance that India is renowned. Muslims share in the Brahmatvasam festivals of the Varadaraja temple too.
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Vaikunta Perumal Temple
Christ Church a Britisher named Mclean, in1921, built this church. The brick structure was typically Scottish, with arches and pillars.
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Anna Memorial Kanchipuram
Anna Memorial Kanchipuram is the birthplace of Dr. C.N. Annadurai, the scholar statesman, affectionately called Anna meaning the elder brother by the general public. His ancestral home located here has been converted into a memorial.
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Shakunthala Jagannathan Museum
Shakunthala Jagannathan Museum of Folk Art: This is situated close to the Ekambarerwar temple. The 400-year old house belongs to the maternal ancestors of Sir C P Ramaswamy Aiyar, a renowned scholar. This has been converted into a museum
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Kanchi Kudil
Kanchi Kudil This house house is nearly 100 years old. It has an old style veranda, open courtyard, cashbox, furniture,etc. On the way to the Kailasanathar temple in Kanchipuram we can see this house
Vaikunta Perumal Temple

Christ Church a Britisher named Mclean, in1921, built this church. The brick structure was typically Scottish, with arches and pillars.

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The Kanchi Mutt
The Kanchi Mutt is one of the mutts or peetams established by Adi Sankara, who lived from 788 to 820 AD. It has established a modern centre of learning, which has been given a deemed University status. This is at Enathur,5 kms from Kanchi. The centre has a library with ancient books and palm leaf manuscripts.