Ramakrishna Temple, ChennaiCurrently Open [Closes at 11:45 am]
- Address: RK Math Road, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004, India
- Timings: 05:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-24621110
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
About Ramakrishna Temple, Chennai
A souvenir of the Ramakrishna movement that happened in India in the 18th century, the Ramakrishna Temple is a monastic organisation for men. It is an initiative of the Indian mystic and yogi Ramakrishna, who is believed to have bestowed with spiritual ecstasies from a young age. With a motto of “For one's own salvation, and for the welfare of the world” you will witness some of the most humble acts of humanity here. The institution teaches how to achieve multidimensional excellence by adopting a healthy, holistic and cultured lifestyle.
How To reach Ramakrishna Temple by Public Transport
- Mandaveli Post Office Bus Station
- St. Mary's Road Bus Station
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Ramakrishna Temple, Chennai Reviews
Excellent and peaceful place. The calm and pleasant atmosphere rejuvenates everyone. The place is also maintained very well. Those who require peace of mind please go there and have a deep breath and have some meditation, so that you will get immediate relaxation. Please visit this place and end enjoy yourself and get relieved of your problems.
A very peaceful place with the required atmosphere for meditation, any person irrespective of caste, creed, colour and gender are welcome. One can find the true meaning of life here. There are other book stalls that will help quench ones thirst for spiritual knowledge. Also the maths' ashram welcome any and everyone to sit and meditate and find the inner soul.
This is a very famous historic devotional place of chennai. The location is very much prominent and usually attracts tourists here. There is one big prayer hall. Architecture of the temple building is very good. My complete peace of mind with extreme devotional feelings.
One of the most peaceful places in the city, ironically located in a bustling neighborhood. The atmosphere is serene and people from all walks of life are welcome here. The Old temple is located in the same compound, and you might even get to meet a few monks in the campus.
The moment I step inside the temple, I can feel the silence and peace though it is just beside the main road. And the best part is that on a large board outside the temple it is written that everyone irrespective of their sects, sex, religion, caste is welcome which I find to be very relevant unlike many other temple in chennai.