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Thirumanangeeswarar - Thiruvudai Amman Temple, Melur, Chennai suburb (திருமணங்கீஸ்வரர் - திருவுடையம்மன்)

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Location:

The Thirumanangeeswarar - Thiruvudai Amman Temple is located at Melur, in Chennai suburb, around 3 km away from the Minjur railway station. Local trains from Chennai Central goes to Minjur in around an hours time. Buses are also available from CMBT, Broadway etc to Minjur, but they are very infrequent. When going by bus to Minjur, there is a bus stop at Melur which comes before Minjur. From the bus stop, the temple is around 1 km away. From the Minjur railway station, there are shared autorickshaws to Melur bus stop.

Description:

The Thirumanangeeswarar - Thiruvudai Amman Temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Thirumanangeeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Thiruvudai Amman.

One of the Tri-Shakti Temples:


The famous Thiruvudai Amman Temple at Melur, Chennai suburb, in Tamil Nadu is one of the Tri-Shakti temples in and around Chennai. Devi Thiruvudai Amman represents Iccha Shakti (Power of Will). The other two temples are Vadivudai Amman Temple representing Jnana Shakti and Kodiyidai Amman Temple representing Kriya Shakti.

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