Little Mount, Chennai
Little Mount, Chennai - Address, Phone Number
Address: Lourd Doss Grotto Road, Little Mount, West Saidapet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600015
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 06:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
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About Little Mount, Chennai
Perched on this quaint hillock of Little Mount or Chinnamalai, the Little Mount Church holds high significance. It is believed to be the place where St Thomas, an apostle of Jesus lived and preached while he was in India. Later, the Portuguese built a church here in the 1551 AD for St Thomas. And there is a belief that in the year of 68A.D. the Holy Shrine originated here too.
You can take your pick, but the church makes for one mesmeric Chennai attraction. The highlight of this church remains to be a small cave with a human footprint on, that is believed to be of St Thomas. Following this belief there is a notion of him even still living in the church. One church, where the history lovers will have a great time.
How To reach Little Mount by Public Transport
- Saidapet Bus Depot
- Little Mount Metro Station
- Sirukalathur School
- Saidapet Court Bus Station
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One of popular churches in the locality! It is built around the cave where in which st Thomas, an apostle of Jesus Christ was martyred. It has a cave wherein st thomas prayed and his purported foot and hand prints can be seen on the rock surface
It is a good place but if you give money only get holy water So it is an fantastic bussines center
A place of worship and a place with historical significance. Peaceful and definitely a place to visit
Good place to visit Father and Mother and keep prayers. Do not only see the front parts of the church. Go back side also, you'll also see Father and Mother in different situations.
A place of Christian historical importance being improved day by day to attract pilgrims. Open usually to visitors.Worth visiting.