Kasiviswanathar Ayanavaram

Kasiviswanathar Ayanavaram

Saivite Temples, Chennai District


Kasi Viswanathar, facing east


Kasi Visalakshi facing south

Other Gods

Brahma, Maha Vishnu, Natarajar, Sivakami Amman, Bhairavar, Dakshinamurthy, Devi Durgai Amman, Brahmi, Maheswari, Kaumari, Varahi, Indrani, Chamundi, Vinayagar, Nagalingam, Sri Murugan, Anjaneyar, Chandikeswarar, Navagrahas, Chandran, Suriyan

Kasiviswanathar Ayanavaram is a small east facing Temple with a large entrance doorway. The temple consists of a single Prakaram. A large temple tank is on the south side across the Konnur High Road. Both the god and goddess sanctums have separate Flagstaffs. This is a nicely maintained temple.

Holy Water – No information

Holy Tree – No information


Kasiviswanathar Ayanavaram temple was built in 1804 by two Gujarati women who brought the Lingam from Kasi (Varanasi) and installed it here.


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Kasiviswanathar Ayanavaram  is adjoining the Konnur High Road near the Ayanavaram Bus Terminus and easy to locate. Car parking is not a problem near the temple. There are two more temples in the area which you should combine.

Stay and Food

None locally. There are many hotels and restaurants in the adjoining areas of Kellys, Perambur and Purasawalkam.

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