Teynampet Murugan Temple History, Timings and Darshan

Teynampet Murugan Temple History, Timings, Darshan and Contact

The original temple was dedicated to Lord Siva and was called by Ramalingewara temple. Lord Murugan and His consorts Valli and Deivanai Idols were installed 50 years ago. From them on this temple was popularly called by Bala Subramanya Swamy Temple. The Idol of Murugan is in the standing posture and is of 4.5 ft in height. It is believed that those who worship Goddess Valli on Poosam star (Pushya Nakshatra) day will be blessed with a good spouse.

Teynampet Murugan Temple Timings

TimingsDarshan/ Pooja
6:00 amTemple Opening Hours
6:00 am to 7:00 amKalasanthi Pooja
7:00 am to 10:45 amDarshan
10:45 am to 11:00 amUcchi Kala Pooja
11:00 amTemple closing Hours
11:00 am to 5:00 pmTemple remains closed
5:00 pmTemple reopens
5:00 pm to 6:00 pmSayaratchai Pooja
6:00 pm to 8:45 pmDarshan
8:45 pm to 9:00 pmArthajama Pooja
9:00 pmTemple closing Hours

The above-mentioned timings might differ from the actual timings.

Important Festivals

  1. Thai Poosam
  2. Kiruthgai star day
  3. Skanda Shasti
  4. Arudra Darshan
  5. Tamil New year
  6. Pongal
  7. Aadi month Fridays
  8. Chithra Pournami

Teynampet Murugan Temple Marriage

  • Bride and Groom must be Hindus
  • The bride must be 18 years and above
  • The Groom must be 21 years and above.
  • Bride and Groom’s Aadhar Cards photocopies
  • Bride parents and Groom parents Aadhar Cards photocopies
  • A permission letter from Thasildhar required from Bride and Groom
  • Advance booking required for the marriage permission
  • A certificate will be issued by the Temple admin after the marriage
  • Only Hindu arranged marriages are allowed in this temple

How to reach Teynampet Murugan Temple?

By Train

  1. The nearest Railway station is at Teynampet which is 0.3 Km away
  2. Temple is 2 Km from Mylapore metro station
  3. Egmore Railway station is 7 Km away

By Road

  1. The direct bus is available from CMBT to Teynampet.
  2. Temple is at a walk able distance from Eldams Road bus stop.