Location of the temple
The temple is located in the bustling Mahatma Gandhi road, it is famed for its unique architecture that reflects the architectural splendour of Tamil and the famed French architecture. The main goddess of Kanniga Parameswari temple is the goddess Parvathi (wife of Lord Shiva) also known popularly as Sakthi. Sakthi is a form of powerful goddess kali worshipped by almost all people in world.
Architecture of Kanniga Parameswari Temple
The interior designs of temple include stained glass windows, classic columns, angels as well as heavenly creature decoration. Traditional Tamil design style occupies the inner shrine and ceilings that are more highlighted. This temple is a resemblance of French building. Pillars are of granite that represents Europe architecture and design looks like a cross in between a temple and church. Travelling to this temple is really a devoted journey. Temple features are with curved walls, enormous towers and windowpanes are of real excellence.
Significance of the temple
The only temple that improvises both the French and Tamil architecture is Kanniga Parameswari temple in Pondicherry. Timings for this temple will be from morning 6.30 am to 10.30 am and in
The only temple that improvises both the French and Tamil architecture is Kanniga Parameswari temple in Pondicherry. Timings for this temple will be from morning 6.30 am to 10.30 am and in evening from 5.30 pm to 9.00 pm. In between there is a sashthra for every Indian temple to be closed in the noon time in a time range of 12.00 noon called as (uchi kalam) in Tamil. In this temple premises Hindu marriages are also organised. Temple magnificence is thoroughly and cleanly maintained from the initial construction that was ages ago.
Location of temple is in residential area. Spiritual vibes can be got obviously in matters of religion. A place to de-stress and meditating makes people grab their peace in inner heart. Visiting in the evening time will be really orthodox, so that it looks colourful and traditional as well as obtains the power of religious enthusiasm.