Temples in Mylapore

Adi Kesava Perumal Temple: The Adi Kesava Perumal Temple is located in Kesava Perumal Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Vishnu as Adi Kesava Perumal and Divine Mother Shakti as Mayuravalli Thayar. The temple is around 1 km from the Mandaveli post office.

Anjaneyar Temple: The Anjaneyar Temple at Mylapore is located in the Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Anjaneyar. From the Mylapore Tank bus stop, go towards the Sanskrit College (Royapettah High Road).

Apparswamy Temple: The Apparswamy Temple is located in the Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Apparswamy and Divine Mother Shakti as Visalakshmi Amman. From Mylapore Tank bus stop, go towards the Sanskrit College (Royapettah High Road). Just opposite to the Mylapore Sanskrit College.

Kapaleeswarar Temple: The Kapaleeswarar Temple is located near the Mylapore Tank bus stop in the Ramakrishna Mutt Road (R.K. Mutt Road), Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Kapaleeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Karpagambal. Get down at Mylapore Tank bus stop and take the North Mada Street (or South Mada Street) to visit this temple.

Karaneeswarar Temple: The Karaneeswarar Temple is located in the Bazaar Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Karaneeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Porkodi Amman. From the Madhava Perumal Temple, go to the Bazaar Road (walkable).

Kolavizhi Amman Temple: The Kolavizhi Amman Temple is located in the G.N Chetty Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Divine Mother Shakti as Kolavizhi Amman. From the Bazaar Road, go to G.N Chetty Street (walkable).

Madhava Perumal Temple: The Madhava Perumal Temple is located in the Madhava Perumal Koil Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Vishnu as Madhava Perumal. From the Mundakanni Amman Temple, go to the Madhava Perumal Koil Street (walkable).

Malleeswarar Temple: The Malleeswarar Temple is located in the Bazaar Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Malleswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Maragathambal Amman. The temple is near the Karaneeswarar Temple (walkable).

Mundakanni Amman Temple: The Mundakanni Amman Temple is located in the Mundakanni Amman (M.K. Amman) Koil Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Divine Mother Shakti as Mundakanni Amman. From the backside of the Kapaleeswarar Temple, go to the Kutchery Road and from there to Mundakanni Amman (M.K. Amman) Koil Street (walkable).

Ramakrishna Math: The Ramakrishna Math, Mylapore is located near the Mylapore Tank bus stop in the Ramakrishna Mutt Road (R.K. Mutt Road), Mylapore, Chennai. The Universal temple is dedicated to Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Holy Mother Sarada Devi and Swami Vivekananda. Get down at Mylapore Tank bus stop to visit this math.

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple: The Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is located in the Venkatesha Agraharam Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba. From Mylapore Tank bus stop, go to the Venkatesha Agraharam Street (walkable).

Swetambara Jain Temple: The Swetambara Jain Temple is located in the Kutchery Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Mahavir. From Mylapore Tank bus stop, go to the Kutchery Road (walkable).

Valeeswarar Temple: The Valeeswarar Temple is located in the Valeeswarar Temple Street, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Valeeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Periya Nayaki Ambal. The temple is near the Kolavizhi Amman Temple.

Velleeswarar Temple: The Velleeswarar Temple is located near the Mylapore Tank bus stop in the South Mada Street, off the Ramakrishna Mutt Road (R.K. Mutt Road), Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Velleeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Kamakshi Amman. From the backside of the Kapaleeswarar Temple, go to the South Mada Street to visit this temple (walkable).
Virupaksheswarar Temple: The Virupaksheswarar Temple is located in the Bazaar Road, Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Virupaksheeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Visalakshi Amman. The temple is near the Malleswarar Temple (walkable).