Distance between Mysore and Kanchipuram is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Mysore is one of the popular cultural tourist destinations in India. It is also a prominent industrial hub that houses many industries like IT, automobile and textiles. Mysore has numerous heritage and archaeological sites that entice visitors from far and wide. The city is located close to important eco-tourist destinations and popular hill stations.
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You can reach Kanchipuram from Mysore by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Kanchipuram district is situated on the north-eastern coast of Tamil Nadu, adjacent to the Bay of Bengal and Chennai city. Kanchipuram is considered one of the seven holiest cities to the Hindus of India. In Hinduism, a k?etra is a sacred ground, a field of active power, a place where moksha, final release can be obtained. The Garuda Purana enumerates seven cities as providers of moksha, namely Ayodhya, Mathura, Haridwar, Varanasi, Avantik?, Dv?rak? and Kanchipuram. Kanchipuram is also famous for its hand woven silk sarees.
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Ekambareswarar Temple - The temple is the largest temple in the town of Kanchipuram and is located in the northern part of the town.
Kailasanathar Temple - The temple is the oldest Pallava temple still in existence and is declared an archeological monument by Archaeological Survey of India.
Kamakshi Amman Temple
Kanchi Matha - The Kanchi Matha is a Hindu monastic institution, whose official history states that it was founded by Adi Sankara of Kaladi, tracing its history back to the fifth century BCE. A related claim is that Adi Sankara came to Kanchipuram, and that he established the Kanchi mutt named "Dakshina Moolamnaya Sarvagnya Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam" in a position of supremacy (Sarvagnya Peetha) over the other mathas of the subcontinent, before his death there.