This is a Hindu temple devoted to Sri Ranganatha, a leaning back type of the Hindu god Maha Vishnu, arranged in Srirangam. It is a standout amongst the most acclaimed temples of South India and has assumed a critical job in Vaishnavism history.
It is situated on an island between the Kaveri and Kollidam river. The temple was revamped in the fourteenth century and extended in the 16th and 17th century with more gopurams (tower portals).
The temple commends various celebrations called Utsavam all around the year. Be that as it may, the yearly 21-day celebration facilitated during the Tamil month of Margazhi pulls in roughly 1 million guests. This is during December and January as indicated by the English schedule. The sanctuary has additionally been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site however is still in the conditional rundown.
The two places of tourist attraction in Srirangam are Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple and Tiruchirappalli Rock Fort.