|Kanchipuram Adobe of Sarees|
Adobe of Sarees… a place which is loved by the Indian women and now the foreign ladies too are attract to it, as the Sarees has such a powerful design and their textures are so neatly, and beautifully mended which
gives a wonderful feel when we wore it in our style. Yes, Kanchipuram is the place where we get all types of Sarees… they even do make a customized Sarees for individuals. Kanchipuram has temples in every nook and corner and so it is also known as “city of thousand temples’. Let’s see into the history of the making!
History says that Kanchipuram arose to eminence during Krishna-Deva Raya's reign, when two weaving communities - the Devangas and the Saligars transmigrated to Kanchipuram from Andhra Pradesh. Primarily within this minuscule town, there were more than 129 finely crafted temples. And silk was always considered the ceremonial wear at religious rituals and weddings.
The Devanga and Saligar weavers were reputed for their weaving silks. Every Kanchipuram silk Saree is amongst the most superior silks in the world. Thanks to its double warp and double weft. Besides which, the gold in the motifs is incorporated by dipping the silk thread into liquid gold and silver. This enhances the beauty and the value of the silk. … Having known the history and the significance of Kanchipuram saris, why do you wait?... Just plan a trip with your friends and get all that you want. As your purchases starts it never ends without visiting the temples. Let’s see about few temples, as it will be impossible to list all the temples of Kanchipuram.
“Kailasanatha Temple” was built by Kind Rajasimha, the Pallava king and is known for its beautiful sculptures. The image of ardhanareeswara, seated on a bull with the feminine aspect carrying veena is noteworthy. Other important temples in Shiva Kanchi are the Kachapeswara temple where Lord Vishnu worshipped Shiva in the form of a tortoise, Chitragupta temple, the only one of its kind in the South India, Kumara Kottam., a popular temple of Sri Subramanya, Satyavrateswara and Agastiswara shrines.
Kamakshi Amman Temple is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful ones among the various temples of south India and is dedicated to the presiding deity of Kanchi, Goddess Kamakshi. You will find an exquisite golden “gopuram” in the centre of this temple.
Apart from the above, there are lots and numerous temples you would find … each is unique in its own way and I am sure you would go home with loads and tones of blessings!