Sri Parthasarathy Temple Triplicane exists from 8th-century Hindu Vaishnava temple, and it is dedicated to the god Krishna. At Triplicane The Sri Parthasarathy Temple Triplicane, located, Chennai, India. In the Divya Prabandha is the main pooja for the temple is glorified, canon of the Alvar saints from the 6th–9th centuries CE and is classified as among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Vishnu according to the early medieval Tamil literature. The ‘charioteer of Arjuna’, referring to Krishna’s role as a charioteer to Arjuna in the epic Mahabaratha means the name ‘Parthasarathy’, in Sanskrit.
The Pallavas in the 8th century by king Narasimhavarman It was originally built this temple. The temple has icons of five forms of Vishnu: Narasimha, Rama, Gajendra Varadaraja, Ranganatha and Krishna.
The oldest structures in Chennai the temple is Sri Parthasarathy Temple Triplicane. Small Mandirs are built for deities like Alvars, Ranganatha, Rama, Hanuman, Gajendra Varadaraja, VedavalliThayar, Narasimha, Andal, Ramanuja, Vedanthachariar and Swami Manavala Mamunigal. Vaikhanasa agama and follows Thenkalai tradition are followed in the temple and are subscribed. For the Krishna and Narasimha temples, there are separate entrances. The gopuram (towers), a standard feature of South Indian Temple Architecture and mandapas (pillars) are decorated with elaborate carvings.
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