Pancha Bhoota Sthalam refers to five temples dedicated to Shiva, each representing a manifestation of the five prime elements of nature: earth, water, fire, air, and ether.Pancha indicates "five," Bhoota means "elements," and Sthala means "place." The temples are located in South India, four in Tamil Nadu and one in Andhra Pradesh. The five elements are believed to be enshrined in the five lingams of the temples, with each lingam named on the element represented. 

2 Nights 3 Days 16 Feb Chennai, Tamil Nadu
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Local Transportation by AC Coach
  • Toll/Parking/Driver Allowance
  • Standard AC Accommodation
  • Veg Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Special Darshan in Chidambaram
  • GST

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Train Ticket from Madurai/Coimbatore
  • Pooja expenses & Darshan Tickets
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions

16.02.2023:  Departure from Chennai at 07.00 hrs


Arrival Kalahasti at 11.00 hrs

Darshan of Kalahastheeswarar (Vayu lingam)

Also Rahu – Kethu Dosha Parihara Sthala

Departure from Kalahasti at 13.00 hrs

Arrival Kanchipuram at 17.00 hrs

Night Stay




Darshan of Ekambareshwarar(Prithivi Lingam) 05.00 hrs

Departure from Kanchipuram at 09.00 hrs

Arrival Thiruvannamalai at 12.00 hrs

Darshan of Arunachaleswarar (Agni Lingam) 04.000 hrs

Departure from Tiruvannamalai at 18.00 hrs

Arrive Srirangam 09.30 hrs

Night Stay




Darshan of Jambukeswarar (Appu Lingam) 05.00 hrs

Darshan of Ranganathaswamy 07.00 hrs

Departure from Srirangam 10.00 hrs

Arrival Chidambaram at 01.00 hrs

Darshan of Lord Natarajar (Aagaya Lingam) 04.00 hrs

Departure from Chidambaram at 21.00 hrs

Night Journey


19.02.2023: Arrive Chennai early morning 05.00 hrs


Pickup point
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India View on Map