Pamban Swamigal Samadhi temple is located in Thiruvanmiyur, 13km form Chennai. Pamban Swamigal was born in the year 1848 to a saivite family in a village called Pamban near Rameswaram. The child was named appavu, but later known as pamban swamigal. He was a devotee of Lord Muruga and a great saint. This pious seer is considered, to be one of the siddhas of later Tamil tradition. This temple in Chennai is well visited by lot of tourists/pilgrims from all over the world.
The Pamban Swami Temple in Thiruvanmiyur is a memorial to the eminent scholar and saint, Pamban Swami, who was an ardent devotee of Lord Muruga. The temple complex has a sanctum of Lord Muruga, where conventional temple rituals take place, and another unit with a large photograph of Pamban Swami. The setting has a peaceful and serene atmosphere that rightfully reminds devotees of the divine nature of Pamban Swami and his ascetic qualities. One can see a crowd of devotees and scholars meditating within the temple premises at any time of the day. A distinguished center in Chennai, Pambanswami Temple must be visited to experience the rich spiritual heritage of India.
Darshan Timing : 6.00am to 1.00pm & 3.00pm to 8.00pm
Bus Routes :
From Egmore : S23C, L22A
From Central : SA1, LT1
From Koyambedu : SM70, M70, M23, XM70