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An unknown Chola era period in Chennai   #Sivapuram  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2013/05/Sivapuram.html

Site Name: Sivapuram Shiva Temple Site Type: Hindu stone temple of Chola period Location: 10 kms from Thakkolam, near Chennai ci.

Everyone might know about the famous Murugan (Subramanya) temple of Kundrathur. But, this temple in Kundrathur has Shiv Linga which was installed by Subramanya. A lesser known Chola period temple near Chennai.   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/05/kundrathur-kandazheeswarar.html

Everyone might know about the famous Murugan (Subramanya) temple of Kundrathur. But, this temple in Kundrathur has Shiv Linga which was installed by Subramanya. A lesser known Chola period temple near Chennai. #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/05/kundrathur-kandazheeswarar.html

A lesser known Chola era temple near Chennai - Edayarpakkam Mahadevar Temple   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/edayarpakkam.html

Site Name: Mahadevar Temple Site Type: Hindu stone temple of Chola period Location: 65 kms from Chennai city, Tamil Nadu state.

Lesser known Pallava period temple near Chennai   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/aranvoyal.html

Lesser known Pallava period temple near Chennai #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/aranvoyal.html

The Chola period temple in historical Manimangalam  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/02/dharmeswarar-manimangalam.html

The Chola period temple in historical Manimangalam #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/02/dharmeswarar-manimangalam.html

Lesser known temple of #Chennai  Adipatta Vinayakar Temple  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/06/adipatta-vinayakar.html

This temple, which is literally not known to the outside world, is located at the junction of Mint Street and Audiappa Naicken Street in S.

Not only Sringeri, even Chennai has a temple related to the sage Rishya Shringa   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/tiruvur-shringandeeswarar.html

Not only Sringeri, even Chennai has a temple related to the sage Rishya Shringa #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/tiruvur-shringandeeswarar.html

This temple of Raja Rajeswari in Nanganallur was as famous as the other Amman (Mother Goddess) temples of Chennai in the 1970s. The area, Nanganallur, was named after this deity - "Nangai Nallur".  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/06/NanganallurRajeswari.html

This temple of Raja Rajeswari in Nanganallur was as famous as the other Amman (Mother Goddess) temples of Chennai in the 1970s. The area, Nanganallur, was named after this deity - "Nangai Nallur". #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/06/NanganallurRajeswari.html

http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/senji-karivarada.html  An unknown ancient temple of Vishnu near Chennai ‪#‎IndianColumbus‬

http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/senji-karivarada.html An unknown ancient temple of Vishnu near Chennai ‪#‎IndianColumbus‬

A lesser known temple of a lesser known deity.  Periyandavar Temple - #Chennai   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/06/periyandavar-chennai.html

This article is about a lesser known temple of a lesser known deity located in a lesser known site. Unamancheriy is a small village locate.

An unknown ancient temple of Vishnu at the heart of Chennai city  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2011/02/vadapalani-adimoolanatha-perumal-temple.html

Vadapalani is one of the most happening areas of Chennai city, the gateway to South India. Vadapalani is mainly famous for its Murugan tem.

Kumara Kottam of #Chennai - a lesser known temple of Subramanya which the travel guides and history books on Madras do not talk about...  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2011/01/kumara-kottam-murugan-temple-chennai.html

Black Town or George Town of Chennai city was formed by the British. Some of the prominent temples of this locality which were built durin.

A lesser known temple of #Chennai that has Nandi as the vahan of the Goddess (similar to Tanjore/Trichy regions)...the bronze idol of Kanchi Paramacharya  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/sembakkam.html

A lesser known temple of #Chennai that has Nandi as the vahan of the Goddess (similar to Tanjore/Trichy regions)...the bronze idol of Kanchi Paramacharya #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/sembakkam.html

Little known ancient brick temple in Chennai   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/03/mampakkam.html

Little known ancient brick temple in Chennai #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/03/mampakkam.html

Two great Chola Temples of the 11th and 12th centuries have been added to the 11th century Brihadisvara temple of Thanjavur, inscribed in 1987. The Great Living Chola Temples were built by kings of the Chola Empire, which stretched over all of South India and the neighbouring islands.

Great Living Chola Temples, Brihadisvara Temple at Thanjavur; Temple of Gangaikondacholisvaram, Tamil Nadu, Archaeological Survey of India