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Madhava Perumal Temple Timings, Festival & Things To Do

Dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu located in Mylapore, Chennai in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Madhava Perumal Temple was constructed in the Dravidian Style of architecture, Vishnu who is worshipped as Madhava Perumal, and his consort Lakshmi as Amirtavalli. One of the first three of the twelve Ahwar saints of the 6th-9th century CE took birth at that place. Approxaly lakhs of people come every year to visit this famous temple Madhava Perumal Temple. 

Madhava Perumal Timings

Morning: 7 am to 11am 

Evening: 5 pm to 8 pm 

Temple follows daily six rituals at various times of the day, this temple is maintained and administered by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the government of Tamil Nadu.

Temple Rituals

During the festival days, the temple priests perform the pooja (ritual) and also on a daily basis. 

The temple rituals are performed four times a day. 

Ushathkalam at 8:00 am

Kalasanthi       at 10:00 am

Sayarakshai     at 5:00 pm 

Ardha Jamam    at 7:00 pm 

Each of these rituals has three steps: Alangaram (decoration), Neivethanam (food offering), and Deepa Aradanai (waving of lamps) for both Kudamudakoothan and his consort Amirtavalli. There are weekly, monthly and fortnightly rituals performed in the temple. 

Madhava Perumal Temple Festival

In the Tamil month, Maasi on the day of Magam, the festival deity of Madha Perumal is taken in a float in a temple tank. During the subsequent days, the festival deities of Peyazhwar are taken in the float. This festival is one of the major festivals of the temple everyone is aware of that and was not celebrated for a decade before 2011. The annual festival of the temple which is Brahmostavam is celebrated in the Tamil month of Chittirai which comes in the middle of March and April. It is also believe that all the rivers converge in the tank during the auspicious day. 

Why is this temple famous? 

This temple is basically famous because of its age which means this temple is one of the oldest temples and everything in that temple gives you a different kind of good vibes as was mentioned above that this temple is built in the seventh century, in which Lord Shiva was the main god. 

Things To Do 

1 Marina Beach

2 Shree Sai Baba Temple

3 Chennai Lighthouse

4 Vivekananda House

5 Government Museum Chennai 

Must visit these places when you plan to visit Madhava Perumal Temple. 

Distance of Madhava perumal koil mylapore chennai to adi kesavaperumal temple mylapore is just  away. So if you are planning a trip to Mylapore then this is a must visit place.

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How To Reach? 

By Air

The nearest airport is Chennai International Airport located about 17 Kms from Mylapore.

By  Rail

Thirumalai Railway Station, on the Mass Rapid Transit System network, connects Mylapore to Chennai Beach to the north and Velachery to the south. Mylapore has located about 9 km from Chennai Central Railway Station and 6 Kms from Egmore Railway Station.

Accommodation In Chennai

Looking for better rooms and services because of course after reading this blog you might willing to go there right? Don’t worry here are the best options for you to stay. Check out the list below. 

Satyanarayan Mandir Trust – Atithi Gruh 

Jalaram Bhavan 

Hotel Chenna Guest House

Purnidevi Goenka Agarwal Bhavan 

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