Ganesha, Muruga, Anjaneya, Sapthamadar, Bhadrakali, Arasadi Vinayakar, Veerabhadra
Kolavizhi Amman Mylapore is believed to be about more than 500 years old and existed even when when Mylapore was a separate village. The origins would have been as a Grama Devata. The Processional deity is considered very ancient and claimed to be from the Chola Era.
Kolavizhi Amman Mylapore was the Grama Devata (village guardian deity) when Mylapore was a village and the importance continues to this day as the annual Brahmotsavam at Kapaleeswarar Temple takes place only after this deity is propitiated. There are claims, as indicated by a Sidhdhar, that this deity was worshiped by Aghoris (Ascetic Saivite Sadhus who engage in post mortem rituals).
Kolavizhi Amman Mylapore is near Karaneeswarar Temple.