Buddha Gurudhwar Jain Temple
Buddhism was founded by Siddhartha who later became Gautoma Buddha, He renounced worldly tics at the age ol’ 30 and attained heavenly abode at the age of 82. This Buddha Vihar is situated at 12, Kennet Lane in Egmore, Opp. to Egmore Railway Station. Chennai - 600 008. Ph 28192458
The chief among Sikh Gurus was Guru Govind Singh. His preachings stress on temperance and silence as natural methods to see God. The Sikhs holy pilgrimage is the golden temple situated at Amritsar in Punjab. The Sikh Gurudwar is located in G.N. Chetty Rd. T.Nagar, Chennai - 17. Ph : 28268509.
Lord Parshwanatha-23rd Tirthankara in Jainism
Lord Shanthinath Jain Temple
The Apostles of Jabs sect is called “Theet thankaras” the 18th on the line was Mahaveer. He preached non-violence and urged his disciples to possess noble ideals the symbol of this sect is swastik. This temple l is situated in G.N.Chetty Rd, T.Nagar Chennai-600 017, Ph 28151779.
Jain Guru Mandhir
This architectural marvel hu with marble stone is the latest addition to a chain of jam temples in Chennai. This Gurudhuwar is situated in Luz Church Road Mylapore. Chennai - 600 004 Ph : 24925574
Shri Vijaya Shanthi Shri Swamiji Guru Mandhir
Yet another Jain Temple built mainly for their worship and to propagate noble ideals of Saint Mahaveer. This is situated at 68, Arunachalant Street, Chintadaripet, Near Chintadripet Coovum river budge Chennai - 600 002. Ph 28551032.
Shree Jain Prarthana Mandir
Shree Jain Prarthana Mandir is a monumental replica in Art & Architecture comparable to the famous Jain Temple at Dilwara (Mt. Ahu-Rajasthan) and thus a masterpiece marble creation in South India. This Swetamber Jain Temple is a two-tier structure with a beautiful sprawling campus. It was , consecrated in 1994 and the chief deities are Shree Parshwanath Bhagwan (23rd Jain Teerthankar on the first floor in all 4 directions (Chowmukhi) and Guruder Yogiraj Shantisureeshwarji on the ground floor and mainly constructed to promote devotion in the young students of Jain Vidyalaya & women’s college run by the same founders and in the same campus. Worship by visitors on all week days from 10 am, to 12.30 p.m. & 5 p.m to 9 p.m. In holidays from 8.30 am, to 12.30 p.m. & 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. However, Photography is not allowed within this temple. Location: 96. Vepery High Road, Chennai - 7, Ph: 25610148.
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