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This is a list of Temple tanks in terms of area.
List of Pancha Rangams
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|Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangapatna||Adhi Rangam||Srirangapatna, state of Karnataka, India|||The ancient Sri Thyagaraja temple at Tiruvarur is dedicated to the Somaskanda aspect of Shiva. The Kamalalayam temple tank covers around 25 acres (101,000 m2), is one of the largest in the country. The temple chariot is the largest of its kind in Tamil Nadu.|
|Sri Appakkudathaan Perumal Temple Thirupper Nagar||Appaala Rangam||Thirupper Nagar, Trichy Tamil Nadu, India||Kapaleeshwarar Temple (Tamil கபாலீஸ்வரர் கோவில்) is temple of Shiva (Tamil சிவா), located in Mylapore, which is in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The temple is of typical Dravidian architectural style, with the gopuram overpowering the street on which the temple sits. This temple is also a testimonial for the vishwakarmas sthapathis. There are two entrances to the temple marked by the gopuram on either side. The east gopuram is about 40 m high, while the smaller western gopuram faces the sacred tank.|
|Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam||Madhya Rangam||Srirangam, Tamil Nadu, India|||The Rajagopalaswamy temple is a Vaishnavite shrine located in the town of Mannargudi, India. The Haridra Nadhi tank at the entrance of the shrine where rain water is collected. The temple complex, comprising 16 gopurams, 7 prakarams(outer courtyard), 24 shrines, seven mandapams and nine sacred theerthams was the work was constructed by Kulothunga Chola I and later, renovated by the Later Cholas and the Thanjavur Nayaks.|
|Sarangapani Temple, Kumbakonam||Chaturtha Rangam||Kumbakonam,Tamil Nadu, India||The Tank is located in the heart of Kumbakonam town. This tank covers an area of 6.2 acres and is not a perfect rectangle. The tank is Surrounded by 16 small Mandapams and a "Nava Kannika Temple"(Nine rivers) in the Eastern Side. All the rivers of India are said to meet at the tank on Mahamaham festival day that happens once in 12 years. A purificatory bath at this tank on the day is considered equal to the combined dips in all the holy rivers of India.|
|Parimala Ranganatha Perumal Temple Indaloor, Mayiladuthurai||5||Trichy,Tamil Nadu, India||Teppakulam (Tamil: தெப்பக்குளம்) is a locality situated almost at the centre of the Indian city of Tiruchirappalli. The historic Rockfort is situated nearby. The Rock Fort temple stands 83m tall perched atop the rock. The smooth rock was first cut by the Pallavas but it was the Nayaks of Madurai who completed both the temples under the Vijayanagara empire.|