Valluvar Kottam, Chennai

About Valluvar Kottam

It is a temple constructed during 1975 - 1976 by the then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M. Karunanidhi.

A 39 meter height chariot present here was built as homage to the great poet, philosopher and saint Thiruvalluvar and the chariot has a life size model of the poet. His magnum-opus Thirukkural was written 2000 years back and it consists of 133 chapters including 1330 verses. The verses of the book Thirukkural are inscribed on the walls of the temple chariot.

Timings
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM.

Visiting Duration
1 Hour.

Address
Valluvar Kottam High Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nad
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