The Jambukeshwara Temple in Trichy has been dedicated to Lord Shiva and is an architectural splendor. The temple consists of five concentric walls which are a marvel of the architectural heritage of India.
The concentric walls make the Jambukeshwara Temple more interesting and exciting for the visitors. For the Shaivites the Jambukeshwara Temple is an absolute charm. They feel their Lord right beside them at the Jambukeshwara Temple.
There are also seven Gopurams at the Jambukeshwara Temple, Trichy . They increase the gusto of the temple and make it more captivating for the religiously inclined and the artistically minded.
The principle feature of this temple is that the non Hindus are not allowed to enter into the temple premises and they can adore the grandeur of the temple from a distance. There is also a complex that has been erected in the campus of the Jambukeshwara Temple, Trichy.
It has been erected at the same time as that of the temple. Daily from 6 am to 1 pm the complex remains open. The Jambukeshwara Temple is also known as the Jumbo Temple. It is the short form of the temple and this name has been conceived to be more convenient while speaking.
There are also many other temples located on the same region and so, Trichy is regarded as a religious place. The religiously inclined it is the best possible place for offering worship to their adored Lord. One can find the Jambukeshwara Temple open if he visits here from 4pm to 9.30 pm.