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Temples in Chennai for Purnima Puja

Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu is blessed and dotted with ancient Hindu temples that have religious and social significance among the devotees.

Each and every temple have its own identity and popular among the devotees because of its divine power and historical importance.

In most of the city’s temples conducts pujas and rituals as per the Vedic practices on all the days of Purnima and Amavasya.

The temples that can be visited in the heart of the city are as follows. They are Sri Annamalaiyar temple- Chennai, Sri Ashtalakshmi temple in Beasant Nagar, In Nungambakkam, Sri Srividya rajarajeswari temple, Sri Agastheeswarar temple, Sri Iyyapan temple and Sri Dharmalingeswarar temple, Sri Arthanareeswarar temple in Egmore, In Koyambedu, Sri Kurungaleeswarar(Kuchalavapureeswarar) temple and Sri Vaikundavasa Perumal temple, In Mylapore, Sri Aaadi Kesavaperumal temple, Sri Kapaleeswarar temple, Sri Madhavapperumal temple and Sri Mundaka Kanniamman temple.

The other important temples that are situated in and around the outskirt of the city are Sri Kamakshi ambal sametha vadakaleeswarar temple in Athur, Sri Vijayanathakeswarar temple in Chinnandi, Sri Nallinakeeswarar temple in Eluchur, Sri Swaminathaswami temple in Kandaasramam, Sri Kantha swamy temple in Kantha kottam, Sri Panjamuga hanuman temple in Kaveripakkam, Sri Balasubrahmanyar temple in Kumaran Kunram, Chromepet, Sri Kanthaleeswarar temple in Kundrathur, Sri Thenupureeswarar temple in Madambakkam, Sri Kalyana kanthaswamy temple in Madipakkam, Sri Gnanagireeswarar temple in Melavalam Pettai, Sri Agastheeswarar temple in Nemilichery, Sri Kari varadaraja perumal temple in Nerkundram, Sri Tiruvalleswarar temple in Padi, Tiruvalithayam, Sri Kacchaaleeswarar temple in Parrys Corner and Sri Arunachaleswarar temple in Periyasekkadu.

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