Shiva Lingams in these temples of South India represent the FIVE elements of nature

Shiva Lingams in these temples of South India represent the FIVE elements of nature

Dec 22, 2017, 16:23 PM IST

Shiva Lingams in these temples of South India represent the FIVE elements of nature

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Thillai Nataraja Temple in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu is home to the Akasha Lingam. It represents Space.

Thillai Nataraja Temple in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu is home to the Akasha Lingam. It represents Space.

Thillai Nataraja Temple in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu is home to the Akasha Lingam. It represents Space.

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Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple in Kalahasti, Andhra Pradesh has the Vayu Lingam. It represents Air.

Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple in Kalahasti, Andhra Pradesh has the Vayu Lingam. It represents Air.

Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple in Kalahasti, Andhra Pradesh has the Vayu Lingam. It represents Air.

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Arunachaleswara Temple in Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu is the abode of the Agni Lingam. It represents Fire.

Arunachaleswara Temple in Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu is the abode of the Agni Lingam. It represents Fire.

Arunachaleswara Temple in Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu is the abode of the Agni Lingam. It represents Fire.

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Jambukeswarar Temple in Thiruvanaikaval near Trichy, Tamil Nadu is home to the Jambu Lingam. It represents Water.

Jambukeswarar Temple in Thiruvanaikaval near Trichy, Tamil Nadu is home to the Jambu Lingam. It represents Water.

Jambukeswarar Temple in Thiruvanaikaval near Trichy, Tamil Nadu is home to the Jambu Lingam. It represents Water.

 

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Ekambareswarar Temple in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu has the Prithivi Lingam. It represents Earth.

Ekambareswarar Temple in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu has the Prithivi Lingam. It represents Earth.

Ekambareswarar Temple in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu has the Prithivi Lingam. It represents Earth.

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