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Very calm and peaceful temple in the city. Renovation done and very well maintained temple. Very good place for prayers and meditation. Pujas and function happening all the time. Don’t miss this temple visit. God help the world.
This temple is situated in Besantnagar in a very quiet place.
The priests are simple and humble.
Every celebration is done in a disciplined way.Not at all commercial.
We can pray at will.
Pradosam is done in a very grand way.Not to miss.
This temple was built more than 50 years ago. The temple is well maintained and you can find functions going on all the time.
The temple is beautiful and they have recently done some renovation works and laid marble flooring and have done painting as...More
Its a very clean temple in the residential area of quiet besant nagar.. There was nothing special in this temple. It was very clean and quiet that's it. Surrounding residents visit here often but not that special for tourists. Skip this if its in your...More
This temple--though within a relatively smaller land area--has been extremely well laid out and there are separate Sannadhis for several forms of Gods/Goddesses---Lord Shiva, Lord Rama, and their consorts, and other deities also. Recently consecreated again after refurbishing, the place makes a devotee feel so...More
A lovely small temple away from the huge crowds of pilgrims one often sees in Hindu temples. Well laid out, plenty of shrines to various Gods, all beautifully decorated. Atmosphere of devotion and silent prayer . A good place for serious worship , not really...More
You need to ask to find this temple, as got lost and then was able to locate it. Temple is there for more than 50 years and there is a sannadhi for Adi Sankara also. Abhishekam is performed here daily.
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Named after the noted lady theosophist Annie Besant, Besant Nagar is one of the most preferred areas to reside in Chennai due to the presence of the beach. The extremely calm and serene area with its colonial hangover is studded with sea- facing homes owned by
the affluent families and has a string of restaurants, cafes, shops and boutiques around it. Home to Elliot’s Beach, The Theosophical Society and Kalakshetra, the world famous dance school along with beautiful temples and churches, this is where Chennai loves to chill. The confluence of best of nature, art and history within the greenest parts of the city limits is evident in the culture of this neighbourhood, which makes it one of the most favourite hangout zones for all the locals.