Srirangapatna, formerly Seringapatam in British English, is a town and is the base of one of the seven Taluks of the Mandya district, in India. It is of religious, cultural, and historic significance which represents the basic and flawless Hindu scriptures and sculptors in terms of ancient treasury. And not only for speaking about it, we mean it ! The monuments on the island town have been nominated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) world heritage site. Owing to several spectacular waterfalls, Srirangapatna gloats in its astounding scenic beauty.
Sri RanganathaSwamy temple
Srirangam is the foremost of the eight self-manifested sanctums (Swayam Vyakta Kshetras) of Lord Vishnu. It is also thought to be the first, foremost, and most significant of the 108 main Vishnu temples (Divyadesams). This temple is also comprehended as Thiruvaranga Tirupati, Periyakoil, Bhoologa Vaikundam, and Bhogamandabam. In the Vaishnava parlance, the term "KOIL" means this temple exclusively.
Sri Nimishamba temple
Nimishamba is the name of a temple on the drifts of the Cauvery River, located about 2 km from Srirangapatna on the roadway leading to Sangam (confluence or sangam) in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Nimishamba temple is behind the Broadway bus stand and resembles Nimishamba at Srirangapatna. It is believed to be very powerful and the worries of followers are withdrawn in a minute as the name proposes.
Kshanambika Devi temple
Kshanambika temple though less prevalent than Nimishamba temple in Srirangapatna is no more powerful than Nimishamba. Kshanambika means the goddess who gives wishes in a Kshana / Second whereas Nimishamba is considered to grant wishes in a Nimisha / minute.