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in this temple a famous prarthanai is there, six week prarthanai, the pilgrimis who have their desire were come for six weeks without gap and they will get a new lemon a week by excahnging a old lemon and finally in the 7th week they...More
One of the most popular temples in Chennai. Specific to women and girls I should say. A must for every girl/lady whose womanly existence is threatened or troubled. If going there, dont come back without doing an archana. If you can book a sahasranama pooja,...More
this temple is a boon to girls who want to get married. the history says this is the place where Parvathi did severe penance on the Panchgani resting the left leg on the Panchgani folding the right leg and she poses a tapas figure by...More
Kamakshi Amman Temple is linked to the story of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakthi (Parvathi). Both of them were sitting in their garden on Mount Kailash when Devi playfully closed the eyes of Lord Shiva with her hands. Instantly, the whole of creation fell into...More
When you visit Mangadu Kamakshi temple remember to visit two other neighborhood temples
1) Velleeswarar Temple (you can reach it from the entrance of Pillayar Sannidhi)
2) Vaikundavasa Perumal (near Bus Stand)
When you enter the temple you will be mobbed by hawkers with lot...More
Mangadu Kamakshi Amman temple is one of the popular and must visit temples in Chennai. This is located in Mangadu - around 7-8 kms from Pallavaram. The temple is normally crowded. There are dharshans for free, Rs.20 and Rs.50.
The temple is just on the...More
The last time I went was just to feel the gratitude. THis Temple is reachable by Tambaram -Poonamallee buses/ Broadway-Mangadu buses.
Whenever devotees need a favour , they take a prayer and offer to visit the temple on a chosen day of the week for...More
Oldest temple located in Mangadu near Poovirundhavally. This temple is one of the famous Hindu temples in Tamilnadu. Everyday the temple will have crowds but in Sundays, Holidays And Aadi Maasam Days a Little Bit More Crowds will come for their deities to the "Goddess...More
Being one of the oldest areas of Chennai, Nugambakkam is not just a commercial hub with various educational institutions, premium hotels and government offices, but the Rutland Gate Road here is one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in the city. The
shopping here is promising with international retail brands and a variety of Indian designer boutiques lined up in the locality with plenty of cafes and restaurants to give good company. An epicenter of Chennai’s vibrant nightlife, Nungambakkam is the gateway to the city’s most favourite stroll at Marina Beach. The long stretch of the promenade and beach at Marina includes historic monuments and public buildings, reflecting Chennai’s Portuguese, British and Indian heritage and is Chennai’s most popular choice for a relaxed evening.