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My friend and me had reached this temple around 2 in the afternoon, so we had to wait here because the temple opens at noon after 4 pm. The people there said that the morning is open from 6 a.m. to 12 o'clock, but when...More
Went on a Tuesday and it took more than 90 minutes with 50 rupees entry ticket.
But the crowd was orderly and darshan was peaceful. People get married if they observe visits on particular number of days.
Close to Kundrathur on the Kundrathur main road...More
Mangadu Kamakshi amman temple is a 2000 year old temple located in Mangadu, about 24 kms from Chennai city close to Kundrathur. It has a beautiful seven tiered gopuram and a divine idol of mother Kamakshi in the sanctum sanctorum along with a...More
Visited this temple for the first time last week with elderly parent and a small child.
My experience : Poor guidance from temple employees about where to find the free darshan entrance.We were asked to go through the whole loop of queuing area even though...More
Being one of the oldest areas of Chennai, Nugambakkam is not just a commercial hub with various educational institutions, premium hotels and government offices, but the Rutland Gate Road here is one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in the city. The
shopping here is promising with international retail brands and a variety of Indian designer boutiques lined up in the locality with plenty of cafes and restaurants to give good company. An epicenter of Chennai’s vibrant nightlife, Nungambakkam is the gateway to the city’s most favourite stroll at Marina Beach. The long stretch of the promenade and beach at Marina includes historic monuments and public buildings, reflecting Chennai’s Portuguese, British and Indian heritage and is Chennai’s most popular choice for a relaxed evening.
Yes non-Indians are also welcome to this temple provided you are dressed up appropriately for a temple visit, meaning you should be wearing a dress covering your body waist below up to the ankle and a half or full sleeve... More
Yes non-Indians are also welcome to this temple provided you are dressed up appropriately for a temple visit, meaning you should be wearing a dress covering your body waist below up to the ankle and a half or full sleeve top/blouse/kurta that also covers the chest/back.