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Malai mandir is a 50+ year old temple dedicated to Lord Murugan who is also known as Karthikeyan. Malai in Tamil means a hillock or mountain. The temple is very popularespecially with the south Indian. The main idol is exquisitively carved. It is in RK...More
Lord Muruga temple in the capital city with a large premise and every Pooja done with complete formalities observed in Tamilnadu including pilgrims singing Tamil Murugan songs during Pooja. Priest waits till the song is completed before he distributes Prasadam.
The Malai mandir is a nice place of worship and has been around for as long as I can remember. Getting here can be an issue given its surrounding, but once you climb the stairs up its quite nice. It doesn't stand out in comparison...More
Very famous amongst south Indian community. I have visited temple few time. Very beautiful monument, very spacious. Management takes good care of the Operations. Looks amazing in the evening time as this Temple is on bit of height.
A beautiful South Indian temple built in the early sixties. The temple complex has almost all the deities. The chief deity being Lord Muruga. Fragrant flowers are available outside the temple for Gods and Goddess. Ample free parking is available. A ramp is also available...More