June 12, 2011

Ayodhya Mandapam

Ayodhya Mandap (called as Ayodya Mandapam in Tamil language) is a very popular landmark in Chennai, the gateway city to South India. It is located in West Mambalam area in Chennai.

Ayodhya Mandapam
Ayodhya Mandapam is a public hall meant for religious gathering, conducting Hindu rituals/functions and conducting Vedic/Puranic discourses. Ayodhya Mandapam was built in 1964. The main shrine of Mandap has the bronze idols (utsav idols) of Ram, Lakshman and Sita. The picture depicting the Pattabhishek ceremony of Ram is also placed in the main shrine. There are also two small shrines for Hanuman and Shankara Paduka.

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Fast Facts:
Site Name: Ayodhya Mandapam
Site Type: Hindu Religious Hall
Location:  West Mambalam, Chennai city, Tamil Nadu state, India 
Highlights: A famous landmark in Chennai

Nearest Railway Station: Chennai - well connected from the cities/towns all over India

Nearest Airport: Chennai has both national and international airports
How to reach: Easily reachable by road from any part of the city; local train facility is also available in West Mambalam
Hotel: Many star hotels, luxury hotels/resorts, and budget hotels are available in Chennai
Restaurants: All options - vegetarian, non-vegetarian, Chinese, South Indian, Gujarati, North Indian, Punjabi,....- you can find everything in Chennai city

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