mahalakshmi, Kamalakkani Amman Temple, Kalavai, Vellore
mahalakshmi, Kamalakkani Amman Temple, Kalavai, Vellore

Kamalakkani Amman Temple, Kalavai, Vellore

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Deity: Kamalakkani Amman, Mahalakshmi
Architectural style: Dravidian architecture
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Locale: Kalavai
District:: Vellore
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 Kamalakkani Amman Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Mother Mahalakshmi located at Kalavai Town in Vellore District of Tamilnadu. This Temple is situated adjacent to Angala Parameswari Temple. This Temple is almost identical to Angala Parameswari temple with a sanctum inside and a huge stucco figure of the Goddess in lying position with multiple hands in the front mandapa. This is considered Goddess Mahalakshmi.
This temple was built in 1979 by Swami Sachidananda who settled here after several years of wanderings in Northern part of India including the Himalayas and other places as a mendicant. This Sanyasin who remains in the temple premises observes complete silence and does not speak to any for the past sixteen years. He communicates through gestures and also written messages. He is a noble personality, venerated and held in high esteem by the devotees and village people.

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This Temple is situated adjacent to Angala Parameswari Temple. The Temple is located at about 1 Km from Kalavai Bus Stop, 5 Kms from Kalavai Koot Road Bus Stop, 23 Kms from Arcot, 24 Kms from Ranipet, 25 Kms from Arani, 22 Kms from Cheyyar, 39 Kms from Kanchipuram, 46 Kms from Vellore and 118 Kms from Chennai. Kalavai is well connected to Kanchipuram, Cheyyar, Arani and Arcot by Buses. Nearest Railway Station is located at Ranipet (24 Kms) and Nearest Airport is located at Chennai (100 Kms).

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