In Mylapore, there is an 8th Centaury Pallava temple. The temple ‘Gopuram’ (tower) is in the characteristic Dravidian style of architecture. This temple has some beautiful sculptures, among which the bronze idols of 63 Saints, which adorn the outer courtyard, are rare specimens. Also in the courtyard under the old Punnai tree is a small shrine depicted Goddess Parvathi in the form of a peacock, worshipping Lord Shiva. Mylapore swarms with life during the Arubathumoovar festival, which is held in March every year.
Map Of Kapaleeswarar Temple Near Mylapore, Tamilnadu :