As the name suggests this temple is very unique. Located in the heart of the Chennai, this temple is such a powerful and beautiful temple with frequent visits of several people daily. The rare combination of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu here is such a blessing for a devotee to seek grace of both the supreme Gods in the same place. You can also see separate shrines for Lord Murugan, Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman and several other shrines in this complex. This temple complex serves as a place of peace in the busiest T Nagar locality. Make sure to pay visit to this beautiful temple when you go for a shopping in T Nagar as this temple is located very close to Ranganathan Street.
People requested Sri Parmacharya to build a temple in T Nagar. Nodding to that, Paramacharya initiated the construction of this temple by giving 11 rupees and later many other people voluntarily joined hands to take care of this divine job. Consecration (Kumbabishekam) of this temple was held in 1945 with the blessings of several sages through out the nation and with the gathering of thousands of people.
The temple has became very big in the following years and now stands as one of the important place of worship in Chennai city. This magnificent temple offers a tranquil place to do meditation. Almost daily prasadhams are offered by several devotees as their wishes gets fulfilled. As a symbol of gratitude to the almighty, people offer prasadhams to other devotees.
Poojas And Rituals
Opening And Closing Timings
6 AM to 11 AM & 5 PM to 9 PM
How To Reach:
You can avail buses to T Nagar from any areas in Chennai. From bus stant this temple is just two minutes walk.
Mambalam Suburban (Electrain) train station is very close to this temple from which you can reach this temple in 5 minutes.
Chennai International Airport it sthe nearest airport.