SRI SRINIVASA PERUMAL TEMPLE
397 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218123 DirectionsSince 1855
Uchchikaalam, Suprabatham, Arthajaamam, Prasadam, Sayaratchai, Kaalasanthi, Special Pooja, Wedding, Thaipusam, Morning and Evening Archana & Viswaroopa Dharisanam
Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is one of Singapore's oldest shrines. The temple contains beautiful Deity with attractive decorations. This temple is also known as 'Sri Perumal Temple'. The main festivals of the temple are Purattasi Sani, Brahmotsavam, and Vaikunda Ekathesi. It is a typical South Indian temple, and the decorations are perfect rituals. The temple canteen is authentic that serves delicious food. The temple has other god idols like Sri Vinayagar, Sri Mahalakshmi, Sri Andal, Sri Anjaneyar, Sri Vishnu Durgai, Sri Murugan, and Sri Alvars.
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SRI VADAPATHIRA KALIAMMAN TEMPLE
555 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218174 DirectionsSince 1830
Banana/Coconut/Kumkuma/Ghee Lamp and Moola Manthira Thirisathi, Yellu Lamp, Santhanakappu, Padayal Pooja, Navakshari Homam, Raagu Kala Abishegam, Masi Magam Ubayam, Daily and Vehicle Pooja for Sri Sri Ramar/Anjaneyar Sannathi & Abishegam
Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple was started in 1830 with a single woman devotee. The temple's main deities are Sri Vinayakar, Muruga, and Ambaal. The conclusion of the Aadi Urchavam Festival has been celebrating grandly in the temple with a bullock cart to the Sri Manmathan Temple and an Ambal procession. This temple also has famous Shirdi sai baba mandir and that attracts many devotees daily. The Temple calendar shows the full events, including Yagna and Homams.
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SRI MANMATHA KARUNESHVARAR TEMPLE
226 Kallang Road, Singapore 339096 DirectionsSince 1888
Prasadham, Festivals and Functions, Anadhanam, Historical Place, Architectural Building, Morning Pooja & Special Activities
Sri Manmatha Karuneshvarar Temple is one of the oldest and most traditional temples in Kallang. This temple is known to its devotees. The temple always attracts devotees of Singapore, and from various parts of India. Hindus celebrate the Navratri differently at this temple. All the devotees pay their full attention to see Lord Shiva, Ganesh, Murugan, Prumaa, Parvathi & Durgai Amma and receive the blessings.