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Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple Darshan Timings Pooja Schedule

Know the latest details about the Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple Darshan Timings Pooja Schedule, Parthasarathy Temple Darshan Open Closing

Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple located in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is one of the oldest. Built around the 8th century, this temple along with its Moolavirattu has many special features. This kshetra tells us that in the Kurukshetra war, that Nallanaya was also struck by arrows.

As a sign of that, his face is full of spots. Apart from this Lord Venkateswara is present here in the form of Sri Krishna along with his entourage. Such a statue cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Similarly, Lord Krishna with a moustache can be seen all over the world in this temple. Two Dhwajasthambas are seen in the temple here.

Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple Darshan Timings Pooja Schedule

The timings of the Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple are as below for all the days

  • Sunday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Monday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Tuesday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Wednesday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Thursday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Friday6am–12pm, 4–9pm
  • Saturday6am–12pm, 4–9pm

It is said that it is here that Parthasarathy Ramanujacharya was born in the form of Dharma establishment as well as spirituality in the country. It is known that Ramanuja Charyu propagated Vishishta Dvaita religion.

  • Partha means Arjuna and Saradhi means the charioteer. If these two words are combined, it means the one who drove the chariot of Arjuna. Krishna drove Arjuna’s chariot. That is why Sri Krishna is also known as Parthasarathy.
  • Similarly, the devotees believe that performing the son Kameshti Yagam in this Kshetra will lead to progeny.
  • Following the Sthala Purana, it is said that Venkateswara appeared here as Parthasarathi in the form of Sri Kashnu as a retinue of Sakutumba according to the word given to the King of Thondaman. That is why Swami is called Venkatakrishnan here.
  • It is also one of the 108 Vaishnava Kshetras. Historians say that it was built in the 8th century. Devotees believe that performing Putrakameshti Yagama here will bring good results.

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