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Mahalingapuram Sree Ayyappa Temple

18 Sir Madhavan Road | Mahalingapuram, Chennai (Madras) 600034, India
+91 44 2817 1197
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Swamiyae saranam....

Have visited number of times and every time feels newly born with blessings of lord Ayyapan. This... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Emperor86
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A very beautiful temple of Kerela temple at Chennai very clean and makes ......

... Makes one feel we are at Kerela. Close darshan of the Lord.. But Excuse them its the only... read more

Reviewed April 16, 2018
Balasubramanian S
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Chennai (Madras), India
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18 Sir Madhavan Road | Mahalingapuram, Chennai (Madras) 600034, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Have visited number of times and every time feels newly born with blessings of lord Ayyapan. This temple is situated near to kodampakkam bridge and nungampakkam highway, have a very easy access from the road. The architecture of the building is on kerala style and...More

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Reviewed 16 April 2018

... Makes one feel we are at Kerela. Close darshan of the Lord.. But Excuse them its the only temple where jammers are installed for cell phones. You cant get a single signal .......Great going Enjoy

Thank Balasubramanian S
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

A very beautiful temple near the heart of city. This temple tries to emulate the traditions followed in typical Kerala temples to the maximum. Very peaceful and calm.Temple can get very crowded during the Mandala season. Since its located in a peaceful residential locality, parking...More

Thank Sram81
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Reviewed 1 March 2018

We say the beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, here you will experience that the statue of the almighty too is in the eyes of the beholder, he gives dharshan on the basis of what you want to see. Everytime i visit this...More

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Reviewed 21 January 2018

Mahalingapuram Sree Ayyappan Temple is located in Chennai and I regularly visit this Temple and offer my Prayers. The Temple is a Kerala Style Temple.

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Reviewed 21 January 2018

Mahalingapuram Sree Ayyappa Temple is visited by all locals and tourists. Offer your prayers and get blessed. Temple is maintained very neat and poojas are performed in the same way like Ayyappan Temple. A must visit for all

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Reviewed 13 November 2017

a Religious place is always expected to maintain certain standard but unfortunately, the place was a bit untidy and didn't justify the beautiful architect of the temple.

Thank Kunal_Lalawat
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

My Visit to the temple was very humbling to see how architecture was created so many years ago and how people are so respectful when enteringe the temple and just being around the temple. Even though I am a Roman Catholic I was so humbled...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2017

This Sree Ayyappa Temple situated in Mahalingapuram built about four decades ago.Here we get peace when we enter the temple.Here main God are Guruvayuraappan and Swami Ayyappan.The temple is built in Kerala style.The festivals celebrated here are Vishu,Bhramoorchavam,Gokulaastami,Onam,Panguniutaram,etc.One can spend time with their family peacefully...More

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Reviewed 5 August 2017

One of the biggest Sree ayyappa temple in chennai, excellent place to visit for devotes, architecture is good

Thank Praveen S
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Ankita C
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It will depend upon what kind of tour you prefer. Is it pilgrimage or sight seeing or combination of both. In any case if you have something in mind, I can offer suggestions
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I remember going in a salwar suit when I visited. So, I am guessing that there is no dress code, But I know that some of the temples in Chennai do require the ladies and men to be wearing clothes that cover their legs. No... More
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