Ayappa Temple, Chennai
Ayappa Temple, Chennai - Address, Phone Number
Address: 18, Madhavan Nair Road, Mahalingapuram, Nungambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600034
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 04:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Ayappa Temple, Chennai
This is the city’s first Ayyappan temple, and thus of high significance. It was some forty-odd years ago, that it was realized Chennai did not have a temple, exclusively dedicated to Lord Ayyappa when the construction of this temple was initiated. The Ayyappan philosophy treads on the philosophy of brotherhood along with universal love, bringing people of the same beliefs together. It’s a brilliant alternative, if you can’t make it to the main temple in Kerala, albeit being just as blissful.
How To reach Ayappa Temple by Public Transport
- Ayampakkam Kovil Bus Station
- Karpagam Avenue Bus Stop
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Every year starting my sabarimala trip with the blessings of lord ayyappan here. One of the best ayyappan temple in chennai. Swamiye saranam Ayyappa. You can feel the god is here.
The best traditional format temple. You can see the same method of Seva’s here, compared to Guruvayur or Sabarimala
Ayyappan and guruvayurappan temple in one place. During my first visit I had a doubt whether I am in chennai or Kerala.. 😉 A place which will give you good ambience to pray & peace to your mind.
Very peaceful atmosphere and the only Kerala Temple in Chennai, they do maintain the temple very neatly.
Strict observevance of of religious rituals. Premises kept neat and clean.