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A view of the temple mandap at foot hill along with steps
|• Total||9 km2 (3 sq mi)|
|• Density||6,100/km2 (16,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
Kundrathur is a western suburb of the city of Chennai, India. The locality is known for the Kundrathur Murugan Temple, one of the most popular temples in Chennai. Kundrathur comes under Chennai city limits. Kundrathur is also the birthplace of Sekkizhar, a well-known poet-saint who authored the Periyapuranam. Other popular temples in Kundrathur include Kandhazheeswarar Temple, Thiru Ooraga Perumal Temple (Thiruooraga Perumal), Thiru Nageswara Temple, and Deiva Pulavar Sekkizhar Temple. There are many ancient Vedic shrines located here, which have recently been studied by a team of researchers at Yale University. The neighborhood is served by Pallavaram Railway Station of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network.
- Kundrathur Taluk Office: Kundrathur has declared recently(2019) as own TALUK in Kanchipuram District.
- Kundrathur Sub Registrar Office (South Chennai SRO)
- Kundrathur Regional Transport Office (RTO) - Vehicle registration as TN 85
- Kundrathur Bus Depot
- Madhavan, D. (20 December 2012). "National Institute of Siddha modifies expansion plan". The Hindu. Chennai. Retrieved 23 December 2012.