Theosophical Society International Headquarters, Adyar Chennai Visit, Travel Guide
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Recently visited the Theosophical Society – International Headquarters in Adyar Chennai, which was founded in 1875 an international organization whose core mission is universal brotherhood without distinction based on the realization that life, and all its diverse forms, human and non-human, is indivisibly One. Inside the middle of the Theosophical Society’s amazing greenery campus resides the 450 year old and largest Banyan tree with roots covering 40,000 square foot. This Great Banyan tree is popularly called as the Adyar Aala maram / Adyar Bodhi tree, is a true landmark of Chennai. To represent universal brotherhood the Society has Temples and Shrines dedicated to various faiths like Shrines of Sikh Shrine, Hindu Temple – Bharata Samaja Temple called the ‘Temple of Light’, Buddist Shrine along with bodhi/bhanyan tree and lotus pond, Church of St Michael and All Angels and Zoroastrian Temple. The Adyar Library and Research Centre which has magnificent collection of books.
Travel Guide to visiting Theosophical Society – International Headquarters, Adyar Chennai
Address: The Theosophical Society, Blavatsky Ave, Arunachalapuram, Adyar, 600 020 Chennai, India.
Hours: Monday to Saturday 8.45 am to 10 am , 2 pm to 4 pm and Sunday Closed
Entry Fee: Free
How to reach Theosophical Society – International Headquarters, Adyar Chennai:
On Road: Taxis, buses and hired cars are easy ways to get around
Nearest Railway Station: Chennai Central (Station Code MAS) and Chennai Egmore Railway station ( Station Code MS).
Nearest Airport: Chennai International Airport (Code MAA).
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