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Located right at the OMR Sardar Patel Road junction, this small but elegant temple is possibly around 30 years old. With so much of traffic and noise in the junction, it is surprising that there is no noise inside the temple. There are several small...More
Also called Nadukkayilai, Located at Adyar, where the Moolavar, Venkata Ananda Vinayakar is worshipped. This temple is famous for Aahyantha Prabhu, which is a part of God Ganapathy and God Anjaneya. In the afternoons, the Gurukul, offers rice to Lord Vishnu, made into a ball...More
This temple alleges to perform the annual death anniversary ceremonies for your deceased parents. At the time in the year 2004, they used to charge Rupees 5000.00 for performing the annual ceremonies. I paid more than Rupees 12,000.00 to perform the ceremonies both for my...More
This is a comprehensive temple with Sannidhis for many Gods, though the space is bit cramped. Although the parking is not a big challenge, access and return from the temple is a big issue during office hours. Best to visit the temple early morning, to...More
Madhya kailash temple is a hindu worship place located in adyar chennai. We can reach the place by train service and online cabs. It's a calm and serene place and situated close to the voluntary health service hospital taramani. The moolavar is the main diety...More
It was my first time to this temple despite having passed by on road numerous times. A bit disappointing since the temple area seems to have shrunk in size owing to road development around it. Also, not too well maintained in terms of upkeep. The...More
Close to IIT chennai,Madhya Kailash temple is loacted on the south of the city.Venkata Ananda Vinyakar is the main deity of the temple and the shrine is encircled by Lord Shiva,Surya,Devi and Vishnu.Old age people and religious one should visit this temple.
One of the costliest quaint neighbourhoods of Chennai is Adyar, that gets its name from the Adyar river that flows nearby. It has rich historical and cultural roots and is sprinkled with some of city’s oldest residential houses. Home to the IIT campus and with the Guindy National Park close by, it is considered to be one of the hottest spots in the city with the best of eateries, an easy access to the beach and a
shopping hub. It’s worth taking a walk in the quiet bylanes to sample traditional south Indian dishes at well-known local family-run establishments especially the rural food from Tamily Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. A visit to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple keeps the flavor of the temple town intact.