29th October 2017.
Initially thought of visiting Sri Devi Karumariamman Temple on the Thuraipakkam to Airport inner Ring road. When I went near the temple, happened to see a Vimana on the two story building written as Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar Temple and had the dharshan of Sri Laksmi Narasimhar constructed very much similar to Sri Rajeswari amman temple jus two to three streets away from this temple.
Moolavar :Sri Sarvamangala Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar
Some of the important features of this temple are…
The Temple is a house like construction and Moolavar is on the first floor. The entrance of from south. Moolavar is facing East with a small dwajasthambam and palipedam. Garudalwar is under moolavar’s feet. Moolavar is about 8 feet tall. Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar is in sitting posture with Lakshmi on his lap under 5 hooded Nagar. Urchavars are in front of moolavar.
Sannadhi for Chakkarathalwar, Thumbikai alwar and Dhanvanthiri are on the side of the main sanndhi. Stucco images of Perumal’s avathara are on the pillars of the Floor. Vimana is above the sannadhi built on the second floor. In Ground floor, Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar sanndhi is supported on a single pillar and the rest of the open space hall is left for celebrating functions and discourses. All important functions are celebrated in this temple.
The temple will be kept opened between 06.30 hrs to 10.30 hrs and 17.30 hrs to 21.00 hrs.
The Land line of the temple may be contacted for further details 044 22671099.
HOW TO REACH:
The temple is very near to Adambakkam MRTS new Railway station.
Town buses 52L, M14A, M14ET and M70N are passing through this temple.
The temple is about 3 KM from St Thomas Mount Railway station and Airport and about 5 KM from madipakkam.
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