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Sri Parthasarathy Temple

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Singarachari Street, Chennai 600005, India
+91 44 2844 2462
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At least once in life one must visit Parthasarathy Temple

At least once in life one must visit Parthasarathy Temple. A temple with more devotional... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
soubhiknaskar4
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Chennai, India
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both cleanliness and godliness both are situated in this temple ,gives a pleasure feel and godness... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rajeshb910
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Close to Marina Beach, yet another architectural wonder from the 8th century can be part of the itinerary. An intricate pyramid-shaped rajagopuram (dome) stands prominently and is the main feature of the temple. As anecdotes go, the British were unable to pronounce the original name, Thiriallikeni, and rechristened it Triplicane.
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Singarachari Street, Chennai 600005, India
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Reviewed 4 days ago

At least once in life one must visit Parthasarathy Temple. A temple with more devotional experience. As the name Partha means Lord Krishna and charioteer means sarthi, so it is Parthasarthi Temple. we could not see the entire part of the temple. But whatever we...More

1  Thank soubhiknaskar4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

both cleanliness and godliness both are situated in this temple ,gives a pleasure feel and godness feel

Thank rajeshb910
Reviewed 1 week ago

I ever visited a biggest temple like Sri Parthasarathy temple, architecture was excellent, pride of chennai

Thank Praveen S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The overall aura and beautifully crafted temple made me feel divine and religious at a go. It is a must visit place

Thank TravellersofGuwahati
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is one of the oldest Temple in India,near the Marina Beach. It is dedicated to the Good Krishna. The towers and the pillars are decorated with elaborated carvings of South Indian architecture.

Thank Jorge A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We enjoyed the brahmo ustavam procession. It is impressive temple from 8th or 9th century. Enjoyed all the traditions and heritage. Dress traditionally.

Thank Sowmya P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the first places i have been to when i came to chennai. This ancient temple is near the marina beach . The Lord in His Tall stature will really steal the show. The height of the idol is more than seven feet I...More

Thank Dilip K
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I had visited the temple with my family. Very old temple and the peace within the premises cannot be explained and only can be experienced. Good parking arrangements available during the week days in the mornings, but it is quite crowded on the weekends. Though...More

Thank Balasubramanium T
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

This is a very very old temple dedicated to Lord MahaVishnu, one of the three main God's in Hinduism known as Trimurthis. If you want to experience the artistic and scientific expertise of ancient Indians , then don't miss this place. Please try the heavenly...More

1  Thank chennaivasi
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Known for d deity-parthasarathy, when Lord krishna took a chariot driver role for arjuna during the mahabharatha war. Uniqueness of the deity is you can see the lord with a mushtache. A must visit place for spiritual or temple travellers

1  Thank mukundsaarang
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Sundaram R
12 December 2016|
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Response from baskara2015 | Reviewed this property |
Non-Hindus are allowed allowed inside the temple of course after taking special permission. But westerners if they are Hindus they can have dharshan without restriction. Normally one is allowed up to the sanctum and not... More
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KrishnaBalaram
11 December 2016|
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Response from Nilesh_khg | Reviewed this property |
They allow camera and phones inside, however photography is prohibited.. they only allow Hindus in the temple, being western Vaishnav devotees, you should be fine
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AishRam
31 May 2015|
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Response from Padma Veeraragh... B | Reviewed this property |
Yes. The Maha Samprokshanam took place recently and the main deity can be worshipped now! This happens once in 12 years.
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