Chennai Temples Video

Saturday, October 20, 2012

How to come to TCS Training Centre, Karapakkam - Chennai

This centre is opposite to TCS Karappakam branch. This is the landmark. There is a busstop near this centre. T51 and other White board buses only stop here. The Stop name is TCS, Karappakam T51 connects East Tambaram and Thiruvanmiyur. There are lot of Service Autos/Share Autos from Shollinganallur and Tidel Park to this place. If you are coming by Train, alight in Tiruvanmiyur station Anyone coming from Koyambedu can take Route 570 bus and alight in Karappakam stop Welcome to Chennai. Please let us know your experiences as part of comments

The Town Hall - TCS Service Apartments, Thoraipakkam Chennai

The Town Hall - TCS Service Apartments, Thoraipakkam is Opposite to Sangeetha Restuarant, Thoraipakkam. A few metres away from ICICI Bank if you are travelling from Tiruvanmiyur/Perungudi will have a Mubarak Medicals. Take the lane near the medical shop to reach the place. Please provide feedback of the place in ths post for others

Surutappalli Chennai - Shiva Temple - Pallikondeshwaram

Shiva Temple Near Chennai - Shiva in Sleeping Posture When I heard this from Velumani Sir, we were eager to visit. The ever youth Dhuvaraga Prasath Mohanram who used to be the first person for any pilgrimage, was bit reluctant to come. Later we came to know he had a project delivery and was working without good rest for a week. But we had the plans in place and Prasath led us the way. Palli Kondeswarar - Shiva is seen in reclining posture in the lap of Parvathi, which is typical of Ranganatha temples of Vishnu. The temple was built during the late Vijayanagara period and the deity here is termed as Bhoga sayana Siva.The Sanctum Sanctori in this unique temple has a beautiful stone from (vigraha) of Lord shiva lying down on earth resting his head on the leaps of his consort PArvathi, instead of the usual ‘Lingam’ The gurukal said that after the Devas and Asuras churned 'Parkadal' using Vasuki, the Giant Cobra emitted the Aala Kala Poison. Lord Shiva who drank the Poison for the goodness of world fell on the ground before Lordess Parvathi took him in his Lap. The deity is a giant and beautiful one - must visit for everyone Pradosham started in this Place w

Siruvapuri Murugan Temple - Red Hills, Chennai

Siruvapuri is located about 40 kms from Chennai on Chennai Tirupati highway. The temple is located about 3 km off the highway. One will be astonished to see the way leading to the temple town from the main road has lush green fields and banana plantations on either side. Yes! this place is very near to the concrete jungle of Chennai but untouched (till date to an extent). History of the temple has that Lava and Kusa, the sons of Rama lived in this place. Once when Rama was passing this place, they have fought a war with Rama himself without knowing that he was their father. As the young children waged a war here, the place was called as Siruvar Por Puri. (Siruvar means children, Por Puri means waging a war, in Thamizh). This place is now called as Chinnambedu, which originally was Siruvar Ambu Edu (children who took their arrows for the fight). This temple has close links to Kusalapuresshwara Temple, Koyambedu Some hundreds of years back there lived a lady called Murugammai in this village. She had been a very ardent devotee of Lord Muruga here. She always used to chant His name and praying Him, for years. Her husband who didn't like her worshipping all the time was warning her to stop it. But she never listened to him and her husband one day cut her arms off out of anger. Even then, Murugammai cried for help only with Lord Muruga. The Lord who was pleased with her bhakti, made her hands join even without the signs of any wound. Lord Muruga here is called Śrī Balasubramanyar and is said to be powerful, granting the wishes of devotees. This beautiful temple also has Śrī Annamalaiyar (Lord Shiva) and Śrī Unnamulai Amman. The utsava moorthy of Lord Muruga is seen as Valli Manalar in a wedding posture with Śrī Valli. Lord Muruga here is believed to grant wishes for those intend to buy or construct a house. Many people who wish to buy a house visit Lord Muruga here for blessings to fulfill their wish. A unique feature of this temple is the Maragatha Mayil (Peacock) the carrier of Lord Muruga made of green stone.
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