Mylapore is situated in Chennai. It is a famous visitor goal. The name Mylapore is gotten from the Tamil word, Mayil which implies a peacock. It is conviction that to wed Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati did repentance as a peacock. The Kapaleeshwarar Temple is a standout amongst the most imperative historic points of Mylapore. The sanctuary is well known for the symbols of 63 Nayanmars or Shaivaite holy people built up in the patio. The icons are made of bronze and the well known Aurbathimoo Festival is the celebrated to pay tribute to the 63 Nayanmars.
The Nayanmars were holy people who committed their lives in the love of God Shiva and in addition forming and singing psalms in acclaim of Shiva. This celebration denotes the festival of these holy people who are taken out in parade in chariots and it is their method for indicating appreciation to the managing lords of the Kapaleeshwara Temple in Mylapore, Chennai.