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At the outset let me inform that you need to visit the temple at the bottom of the hill (Neer Vanna Perumal, Nindran (standing pose) before climbing the hill to visit the "Svayambu Shrine" (reclining pose) where you'll also see the lord in Irundan (sitting),...More
Visited this holdy divya desam in chennai, have to take left in chrompet pallavaram flyover parallel to new chennai silk road to Thiruneermalai road. You can see the hill temple where ranganathar recide. This temple is of 2 parts above the hill is ranganthar with...More
This temple is in two parts. There is one Perumal temple at the foot hills of the small hill.. here apart from thayar, Ramar and Andalusia Sannidhi are also there.
While climbing the hill just after few steps there is Hanuman temple. On the hill...More
Ranganatha Temple is an amazing Hindu temple in Thiruneermalai, a suburb of Chennai. Please visit for peace and calmness of mind. You will feel the holy presence of god and abundant blessings.
A brief intro as told by the template priest: Sthalathipadi (presiding deity) is...More
I went to Ranganatha Temple. The temple is also known for its beautiful architecture and exquisite carving. It houses seven gold pots adorned with huge mirrors within the temple premises. It is great place to go.
You can't find 4 positions of ranganatha swamy at one place. Here you can see standing, sitting, sleeping and walking position of swamy.
First have darshan of standing position downstairs and then take 100 steps up to see the other three positions of swamy.
This temple, listed as one of the 108 divya desams, is about 4 kilometres from Pallavaram railway station in Chennai. The presiding deity is reclining ranganathar. One has to climb a few steps up the hillock to enjoy the Lord and the lovely view of...More