All the best areas and shopping centres are nearby.Very green and good ambience................................
I loved the whole charm and character of Mylapore which is quite different from what I have seen in various other parts of the country and I loved the whole mixture of old and new at the place where at one place there is the religious charm and spirit with so many temples that are bathed in architectural glory and... More
This the place which is buzzing with all sort of activities. There is a nice temple near by and lots of good and nice eateries including Sarvana Bhavan. Rich heritage, culture, dance and what not can be witnessed in Mylapore, a cultural hub of Chennai
A very old locality of Madras / Chennai where the famous Kapaleeswara / Karpagambal temple with a huge water tank. Many small temples are located around the main temple. It is a very old locality of Madras mostly inhabited by Brahmins. Still you can see many typical brahmin houses around the temple with the entrances decorated by Kolam (Rangoli). Most... More
Whenever going to hennaed I used to visit Mylapore. I felt home here.seeing my people Brahmins in their traditional dress really I feel homely. The temple-appalam stores and other Brahmins conventional items Temple streets' temple etc
While Mylapore is an entire locality in Chennai, I will focus only on the streets around the Kapaleeswarar Temple and its tank. The streets around the temple are chock full of cultural experiences that can't all be experienced in one day. Apart from a religious visit to the Kapaleeswarar Temple or the nearby Ramakrishna Mission's Universal Temple or the Sai... More
I felt that to call it living it should be a life in Mylapore. What is not available? All the plus of city life with all the ore of tradition.
Probably one of the oldest towns in India, dating back to DC. We took a guided tour through the town and were fascinated by its history.
Mylapore in chennai is not confined to the area surrounding the famous Parthasarathy temple. It is a famous tourist attraction in South Chennai, laced with ancient temples, historical mosques, Jain temple, ancient churches, gold and silver shops, vegetarian Restaurants, roadside eateries, textile showrooms, shops in the platform almost encroaching the road selling toys, dolls, flowers and what not. The santhome... More
Mylapore is surrounded with many temples/Church and closer to Marina Beach. Mylapore is famous for good food and window shopping. Place will be heavily crowded during evenings. There will be very specific festivals related to Kaplieswara temple and please do watch for the temple festivals to move around as the road traffic to this place would get diverted
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