Cholavaram, Tamilnadu, India
The main diety of this temple is Goddess Sengalamman, who is an incrarination of Goddess Parvathi.
Best Season To Visit
The best season to visit this temple is Winter season. The best months to visit are September to March.
Highest - April to June ( 38°C during day and 26°C during night)Average - May (38 °C during the day and 22 °C during night)Lowest - October to February ( 27 °C during day and 19 °C during night)Monsoon season- August to September
Do's & Dont's
Ambattur O.T. Bus Stand
Ponneri Railway Station
Chennai International Airport
The temple faces East direction and it has a 3-tier Raja gopuram.
200 years before Urchavar Amman statue taken in 150 Cow vehicle. A devotee had a dream of Urchavar Amman statue taken in a particular cow vehicle and tel us resque me. So, Sembilivaram village people's resque the Amman Urchavar Amman statue. To give kanikai(cow) to this temple using the temple way, Before there are so many accidents had happen here. After resque of statue they were no accident happens here.
The temple was built 350 years ago.
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Temple pond has medicinal power which can cure Skin & Eye diseases
One of the 276 Devara Paadal Petra Sthalams and 18th Shiva Sthalam in Thondai Nadu
There is no Peacock alongside the Moolavar, a unique in Murga temples
Pancha Bhootas worshipped Lord Shiva here
The avathara sthalam of Thirukachi Nambi, the Guru of Ramanuja.
Jagannatha swamy is seen here in sitting posture
Lakshmi Narasimhar of this temple is said to be Varaprasadi
One of the 276 Devara Paadal Petra Sthalams & 17th Shiva Sthalam in Thondai Nadu
One of the 276 Devara Paadal Petra sthalams and 15th Shiva sthalam
Recreation spot but also an important fishing harbour
Pulicat Lake Boating is perfect to enjoy within the arms of nature
Was the seat of the Dutch Republic's first settlement in India
It is a place really worth spending your valuable time
Museum exclusively for the exhibits of the pre-historic artefacts found in around Poondi
Poondi reservoir acts as the important water source for Chennai city