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Tri-Shakti Temples in Chennai

In and around Chennai there are Three Shakti temples dedicated to the Three aspects of Shakti. The three Shakti images are similar and are said to be carved from the same stone. They are also considered to be sisters of each other.


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

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

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