Patalathri Narasimhar TempleCurrently Open [Closes at 12:00 pm]
- Address: Singaperumal Koil, Tamil Nadu 603209, Chennai, India
- Timings: 07:00 am - 08:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
Patalathri Narasimhar Temple - Review
One more to the list of Chennai temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Patalathri Narasimhar Temple boasts of a beautiful architecture strategically constructed atop a boulder. An 8th century creation, this temple was built by the South India dynasty of the Pallava. While anytime is a good time to visit the temple, experiencing the festivals of Chittirai Brahmotsavam, Narasimha Jayanthi, Pavithra Utsavam and the Maasi float festival is something really unparalleled. On full moon days too there are special rituals at the temple.
How To reach Patalathri Narasimhar Temple by Public Transport
- Singaperumal Kovil Bus Stop
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1.07% of people who visit Chennai include Patalathri Narasimhar Temple in their plan
07 AM - 08 AM
84.48% of people start their Patalathri Narasimhar Temple visit around 07 AM - 08 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Patalathri Narasimhar Temple
93.1% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Patalathri Narasimhar Temple
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Patalathri Narasimhar Temple, Chennai Reviews
Very ancient temple. Belief of resolution for delay in marriage. Worshipped for wellness all around. Sanctum is quiet. Peaceful Darshan. A temple visit always gives peace of mind.
Divine experience. Really felt blessed and the temple was completely ventilated very well. The temple was actually inside a small mountain like a cave. Must visit.
Sri Padalathri Narasimhar temple is situated in Singaperumal koil on GS T road.Narasimhar in this temple has a third eye on his forehead. It is a cave temple.
Located in a hill, this is a historic Lord Narasimha temple. The lord has a third eye which is ahown during darshan by the pujari. This is a very significant aspect. People do a pradhakshina of the hill after darshan. One thing is it has become more like a tourist spot with people climbing over the hill to take selfies and indulging in activities seen fit for a park or a theatre, etc. Temple authorities can take a more organized approach to ensure divinity is ensured in temple premises.
One of the oldest temple and lord is in Narasimha avatar. Should Baisur at least once if you get a chance. Never miss it. One more thing is prasatham tamarind rice and chakara pongal is tasty. There’s a tree behind the main deity where people tie thottil for child birth.