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Thus, the Shri Uttara Chidamabaram Nataraja Mandir is a symbol of larger participation and an inspiring National effort in temple building. The world famous shilpi Shri M. S. Ganapati Sthapathi and his brother Shri M. Mutthayya Sthapathi, at the request of the revered Sage and under his guidance, personally looked into the sculpture work and the construction of the whole temple.

     The Kumbhabhisheka ceremony of the temple was accomplished at the holy hands
of Peethadhipati of Kanchi Kamakoti, Shri Jayendra Saraswati Swamigal, on 9 June 1985 as per the wish of the Mahaswamigal.

    The Nataraja Mandir at Krishnanagar, Satara is considered by many among the
followers of the Mahaswamigal as a completion of a long cherished inspiration of the sage. It is said that he was inspired to replicate the Chidambaram during his maiden visit to the Chidambaram Temple in Tamilnadu in 1933. But it took almost five decades for him to translate the inspiration into reality.