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An unknown Chola era period in Chennai   #Sivapuram  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2013/05/Sivapuram.html

An unknown Chola era period in Chennai #Sivapuram #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2013/05/Sivapuram.html

A lesser known Chola era temple near Chennai - Edayarpakkam Mahadevar Temple   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/edayarpakkam.html

A lesser known Chola era temple near Chennai - Edayarpakkam Mahadevar Temple #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/edayarpakkam.html

Even an atheist would turn into a devotee after seeing these exceptionally beautiful images of Ram, Sita and Lakshman.   #Hoysala architecture  #Chikmagalur  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.in/2017/06/hiremagalur.html

Even an atheist would turn into a devotee after seeing these exceptionally beautiful images of Ram, Sita and Lakshman. #Hoysala architecture #Chikmagalur #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.in/2017/06/hiremagalur.html

Lesser known Pallava period temple near Chennai   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/aranvoyal.html

Lesser known Pallava period temple near Chennai #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/aranvoyal.html

The Chola period temple in historical Manimangalam  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/02/dharmeswarar-manimangalam.html

The Chola period temple in historical Manimangalam #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/02/dharmeswarar-manimangalam.html

Not only Sringeri, even Chennai has a temple related to the sage Rishya Shringa   #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/tiruvur-shringandeeswarar.html

Not only Sringeri, even Chennai has a temple related to the sage Rishya Shringa #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/04/tiruvur-shringandeeswarar.html

Kumara Kottam of #Chennai - a lesser known temple of Subramanya which the travel guides and history books on Madras do not talk about...  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2011/01/kumara-kottam-murugan-temple-chennai.html

Kumara Kottam of #Chennai - a lesser known temple of Subramanya which the travel guides and history books on Madras do not talk about... #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2011/01/kumara-kottam-murugan-temple-chennai.html

A lesser known temple of #Chennai that has Nandi as the vahan of the Goddess (similar to Tanjore/Trichy regions)...the bronze idol of Kanchi Paramacharya  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/sembakkam.html

A lesser known temple of #Chennai that has Nandi as the vahan of the Goddess (similar to Tanjore/Trichy regions)...the bronze idol of Kanchi Paramacharya #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/sembakkam.html

Rumored to be the place of Ponniyil Selvan fame Vandiya Devan...  Believed to be the site where Lord Ganesh got divine mango from his parents...  Historically, a buffer region between the Cholas and the Chalukyas...  A magnificent temple that spreads over five acres...  Hundreds of interesting sculptures on the pillars...  #Tiruvalam Vilvanatheswarar Temple  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/Tiruvallam.html

Rumored to be the place of Ponniyil Selvan fame Vandiya Devan... Believed to be the site where Lord Ganesh got divine mango from his parents... Historically, a buffer region between the Cholas and the Chalukyas... A magnificent temple that spreads over five acres... Hundreds of interesting sculptures on the pillars... #Tiruvalam Vilvanatheswarar Temple #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2017/07/Tiruvallam.html

This temple of Raja Rajeswari in Nanganallur was as famous as the other Amman (Mother Goddess) temples of Chennai in the 1970s. The area, Nanganallur, was named after this deity - "Nangai Nallur".  #IndianColumbus  http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/06/NanganallurRajeswari.html

This temple of Raja Rajeswari in Nanganallur was as famous as the other Amman (Mother Goddess) temples of Chennai in the 1970s. The area, Nanganallur, was named after this deity - "Nangai Nallur". #IndianColumbus http://indiancolumbus.blogspot.com/2016/06/NanganallurRajeswari.html

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