Divine Temples In Chennai That Worth A Visit!

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Gopika VC

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The Lord Murga-dedicated Arupadai Veedu Murugan Temple in Besant Nagar is a prominent Chennai temple.

Arupadai Veedu Murugan Temple

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Mylapore's Kapaleeswarar temple is one of Chennai's most famous. The main idol is Lord Siva's Lingam.

Kapaleeswarar Temple

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The largest of Chennai's 275 Paadal Petra Sthalams, Marundeeswarar temple near Thrivanmaiyur, measures one-acre.

Sri Marundeeswarar Temple

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The Parthasarathy temple in Triplicane is one of the oldest and most well-known shrines in Chennai. It is dedicated to Lord Venkat Krishna.

Parthasarathy Temple

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Sree Ayappan-Guruvayurappan Temple at Mahalingapuram is Chennai's first Ayyappan temple.This beautiful temple honors Lord Ayyappan.

Sree Ayappan-Guruvayurappan Temple

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The Ashtalakshmi Temple at Elliot Beach in Chennai is a unique temple that has all eight forms of Lakshmi under one roof.

Ashthalakshmi Temple

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Vadapalani Andavar Temple or Vada Palani Murugan Temple, dedicated to Lord Muruga, is enriched with faiths from across the nation.

Vadapalani Murugan Temple

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The 1640-year-old Kalikambal Temple in Chennai is dedicated to Shri Kaligambal and Lord Kamadeswarar.

Kalikambal Temple

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Ambattur Sai Baba Temple is a popular Chennai temple. The entrance has a 9-foot Baba statue standing.

Sai Baba Temple, Ambattur

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One of the most important Lord Shiva temples in Chennai is the Thiruverkadu Vedapureeswarar Temple.

Vedapureeswarar temple, Thiruverkadu

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