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Q: How to find a Service Apartment for rent near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Kapaleeshwarar Temple is located at Kapaleeswarar Temple, Vinayaka Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004, India. To find a Service Apartment near Kapaleeshwarar Temple. Select from the options given

Q: Does the Service Apartment house come with kitchen near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Yes, if you choose studio, 1 bhk, 2 bhk, 3+ bhk houses they all come with kitchen. In fully furnished houses the kitchen is also equipped with Stove, vessels, cooker etc., so you can cook your home food. Renting furnished house with kitchen is best alternative to service apartment with kitchen or hotels for extended stays.

Q: Do I need to pay brokerage to book Service Apartment near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

No, with RentMyStay you do not need to pay any brokerage to book a house or place anywhere! We promote no brokerage!

Q: Do I get food in any Service Apartment that I book near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

No, unless explicitly mentioned you will not get any food with any of the properties you book on RentMyStay! Some properties offer food for an additional cost. You can check before you book.

Q: Is the Service Apartment that I see on RentMyStay near Kapaleeshwarar Temple safe?

Yes, we constantly gather feedback from our customers and the property you book are safe, any issues contact RentMyStay to get the issue resolved! We do provide site visits if you want to visit the place before you book

Q: What should I check when I book a Service Apartment near Kapaleeshwarar Temple.?

Check the exact location, amenities mentioned, price etc., before you book, if required we will help you arrange a site visit!

Q: Are there any hospitals near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Some of the hospital near by are St Isabels Hospital located approx 2 kms, CSI Kalyani Hospital located approx 2 kms, Kaliappa Hospital located approx 2 kms, etc.

Q: Are there any Schools near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Near by Schools, colleges are YMCA College with approx in 5 kms, Pachaiyappas College Metro with approx in 7 kms, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Centre with approx in 16 kms, etc.

Q: Any temples, mosque, or church near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Near by places of workship temples/church/mosque are Kapaleeshwarar Temple (1 kms), Kapaleeshwarar Temple (1 kms), St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica, Chennai (1 kms), etc.

Q: Any near by companies, IT parks etc., near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Some of the Business centers, technology parks, tech companies, Bio parks near by are Ramanujan IT City located around 6 kms, Book Building located around 7 kms, International Tech Park Chennai located around 7 kms, etc.

Q: Neary by Stations near Kapaleeshwarar Temple?

Nearest train or metro stations are Teynampet Metro approx distance of 3 kms, Government Estate Metro approx distance of 5 kms, Saidapet Metro approx distance of 6 kms,

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Kapaleeshwarar Temple
The Mylapore neighbourhood is one of Chennai's most characterful and traditional; it predated colonial Madras by several centuries. The Kapaleeshwarar Temple is Chennai's most active and impressive temple, believed to have been built after the Portuguese destroyed the seaside original in 1566. It displays the main architectural elements of many a Tamil Nadu temple – a rainbow-coloured gopuram (gateway tower), pillared mandapas (pavilions), and a huge tank – and is dedicated to the state's most popular deity, Shiva. Legend tells that in an angry fit Shiva turned his consort Parvati into a peacock, and commanded her to worship him here to regain her normal form. Parvati supposedly did so at a spot just outside the northeast corner of the temple's central block, where a shrine commemorates the event. Hence the name Mylapore, or 'town of peacocks'. The temple's colourful Brahmotsavam festival (in March/April) sees the deities paraded around Mylapore's streets.

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