Mylapore

Mylapore is one of the coastal regions in Chennai city and is situated close to the shores of Bay of Bengal. The region is considered as an important cultural and religious centre in the city of Chennai. The Chennai city, constituting the capital of Tamil Nadu state, houses many attractions which include some ancient monuments and worshipping places. Mylapore suburb,a small locality in the southern premises of the famous city is one such place. The locality features some popular worshipping places and a commercial hub of the city. Mylapore is believed to have derived its name from the word Myil meaning peacock. According to the popular belief Goddess Parvati is said to have done penance by taking the form of peacock and as such remaining close to Lord Shiva. The famous Kapaleeswarar Temple abodes the legend and has been preserving it for centuries. This enchanted temple is visited by hundreds of pilgrims and constitutes one of the prominent attractions in the city.Mylapore also houses the Santhome Basilica Cathedral. Built on the shores of Bay of Bengal, the cathedral presents the Portuguese building and the legend associated with the place. The place where the cathedral stands is believed to be the burial place of St. Thomas, one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ. Descriptions about Mylapore have been given by many distinguished explorers in the past. Ptolemy and Marco Polo have mentioned this ancient port city in their accounts. The present Mylapore is believed to be successor of a flourishing trade center of the bygone period. The Portuguese conquest has added one more dimension to the place.The place also bears cultural importance. Many cultural events have been and are still being organized in this part of the city. The region also features one of the oldest existing Sabha (responsible for holding cultural events). The Parthasarathy Sabha has been preserving the cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu for years now.Accessibility
The Santhome High Road that proceeds to the north of Mylapore connects it with the city center. Mylapore is about 6 kms from the city centre. Buses and taxis ply between the mentioned regions.
Thirumalai Railway Station termintes in the region itself. One can as such access the place by travelling in the train.
The nearest airport to the place is Chennai Airport. The airport is about 11 kms from the place. Areas Under Mylapore
Mandaveli
Santhome
Foreshore Estate
Places to Stay
.. Savera Hotel.. Hotel MGM Grand.. Hotel Shelter.. Murudi's Lodges
.. New Woodlands Hotel.. Nilgiri's Nest.. Paying Guests.. Service Apartments
Places to See
.. Kapaleeswarar Temple.. Santhome Cathedral Basilica.. Luz Church.. Nageswara Park
Food & Dining
.. Restaurants.. Pubs/Bars.. Coffee/Cafes
Recreation
.. Amusement Parks.. Art Galleries.. Auditoriums.. Cinemas
Careers
.. Colleges.. Institutions.. Schools.. Play Schools
Health
.. Blood Banks.. Diagnostics Centers.. Doctors.. Health Clubs .. Hospitals.. 24hr Chemists
Shopping & Services
.. Beauty Parlours.. Courier Services.. Departmental Stores.. Estate Agents.. Florists.. Housekeeping Services
.. Packers & Movers.. Places to Shop.. Shopping Malls.. Taxi & Cabs.. Tailors
West Chennai
- Ambattur
- Anna Nagar
- Ayanavaram
- Kilpauk
- Porur
- Vadapalani
North Chennai
- Ennore
- Perambur
- Pozhal
- Purasavakkam
- Tiruvottiyur



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