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Parthasarathy Temple

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Sri Parthasarathy Temple is located at Triplicane, near the famous Marina beach in Chennai. Spread over an area of 1.5 acres, it was built by the Pallavas in the 8th century. The temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna (Parthasarathy), houses images of the five incarnations of Vishnu. It also has a small shrine dedicated to Vedavalli Ammai, Vishnu's consort. Parthasarathy in the sanctum sanctorum is in a standing posture facing east, holding in his right hand the divine conch called the Panchajanyam. His lefthand is in Dana Mudra indicating his divine feet.
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Open 5 am - 1 pm, 3 - 8 pm
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I would like to inform that I live very close to temple. I honestly feel that some drastic step has to be taken to have a hygenic surrounding near the temple. I want to know who I represent the sfferings of people living around the temple.
Sincerely,
Rajagopalan.T
Posted by Rajagopalan.T 6 year, 11 months ago

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