Apparswamy Temple, Chennai

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Apparswamy Temple, Chennai - Address

Address: No. 170, Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Luz, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004, India

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Apparswami Temple is a Hindu temple built in honour of Apparswami, a 19th-century Saivite saint. The temple, situated on Royapettah High Road, is built around his tomb over which a shivalinga was set up by his chief devotee Chidambaraswamy.

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Overview of Apparswamy Temple

Walking past the city of Chennai, you will come across Apparswamy Temple. Missed by most of the visitors, Apparswamy Temple is unique in its own way.

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  • Oasis of tranquility in midst of bustling city. Very serene and spiritual atmosphere. Meditation room also there.

  • Divine holy place. it's a one of the famous lord shiva temple which yields peace to inner mind.

  • Easily located.but no four wheeler parking.one of most named spiritual sthla

  • Very peaceful temple with less crowd. Lot of space, uncovered; hence, we get to see nature and meditate peacefully though the road outside is very crowded. Renovation is going in now; once completed, the temple will look like old temple with no granite and ceramic.

  • This is a Temple for Kailasanathar, calm and less crowded place for Shiva devotees

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