Vadivudai Amman Temple, Tiruvotriyur, Chennai

Vadivudai Amman Temple at Tiruvotriyur, several centuries old, eulogized by poets, scholars and devotees alike, affirms the splendor of India’s religious tradition and spiritual ethos. It shrines as a place of attainment or "Moksha".

The Thiagarajaswamy temple in Tiruvotriyur stands majestically in this industrial area, busy with activity and commerce. Devotees from six sects of religion perform puja here. Saivites, Vaishnavites, Saaktar, Uchavar, Adi Saivites and Namboodris visit and worship the manifestations of Shiva and Shakthi at this temple.

A rare example of South India Temple Architecture:

The Thiagarajaswamy temple is a masterpiece of South Indian temple Architecture. The awe-inspiring Raja gopura, the Gajapurhta Vimana, the Vasanta Mandapa, the Thiagarajan shrine, the ornate doorways and the Nandipeeta vidana are some of the rare masterpieces of fine art.

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