You receive Strong Vibrations inside the temple and feel blessed. Quite a few international travellers were seen visiting this beautiful temple.
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Clean, no pushing, no sadhus soliciting for pujas or rituals, The statues at the temple are amazing.Wish I had time to learn more about them.
We visited on Mahanavami day this Dasara season. Temple was crowded but it was festive. There was lot of energy in the environment and we had a blissful darshan of the Lord.
This is a beautiful temple in Mylapore dedicated to Lord Shiva with many halls and a least six daily rituals. It is magical and colorful with cows wandering here and there along with the occasional cat. You will find small stalls and shops everywhere as...More
I visited during Navatri period. There were a lot of stalls along the road leading to the temple. Very vibrant and great photo opportunities. The temple has very intricate carvings. Worth a visit. Best to get a local/guide to bring you there though as there...More
A very special location, that you should enter with modesty and respect. Together with a local guide you will be better able to understand the importance of this place.
There is a lot of action around the temple..all types of shops, eateries, vendors, cultural Sabhas.But once you enter the precincts of the temple you are engulfed by a feeling of peace...right from the Selva Ganapathi temple to the Navagrahas. Definitely worth a visit.
Very Famous temple in Chennai a must for all Tourist to visit a l east once. Place is always crowded yet its not felt. In and around the temple there are all major branded shops and restaurants available.