Apparswami Temple

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Apparswami Temple is a Hindu temple built in honour of Apparswami, a 19th-century Saivite saint. The temple, situated on Royapettah High Road, is built around his tomb over which a shivalinga was set up by his chief devotee Chidambaraswamy.

References[edit]

  • Ambujam Anantharaman (2006). Temples of South India. East West books. p. 14. ISBN 8188661422, ISBN 978-81-88661-42-8.

Coordinates: 13°02′25″N 80°16′03″E / 13.040278°N 80.267473°E / 13.040278; 80.267473