The Ashtalakshmi Kovil is a Hindu temple, which lies on the shorelines near the Elliot's beach, in Chennai, India. The temple is devoted to the goddess Lakshmi, and her eight primary paperwork – the Ashtalakshmi the giver of all eight forms of wealth, particularly, offspring, fulfillment, prosperity, wealth, braveness, bravery, food, and knowledge. The sanctorums are depicted on a multi-tier complicated in one of these manner that site visitors should visit all of the shrines without stepping over any of the sanctorums.
The temple measures 65 toes in length and 45 ft in breath. It is modeled after the Sundhararaja Perumal Temple in Uthiramerur. In this temple, the Ashtalakshmis, the eight types of goddess Lakshmi, are present in four degrees in nine separate sanctums. The shrine of Lakshmi and her consort Vishnu is in degree. One starts offevolved the worship from here. Taking the steps, the course leads to the third ground, which has the shrines of Santhanalakshmi, Vijayalakshmi, Vidyalakshmi and Gajalakshmi.
Further few steps might cause the shrine of Dhanalakshmi, that's the most effective shrine at the fourth floor. Exiting the principle shrine, within the first level, there are shrines for Aadilakshmi, Dhaanya lakshmi and Dharyalakshmi. The temple additionally has Dashavatara avatars of Vishnu, Guruvayoorappan, Ganesha, Dhanwanthari and Anjaneyar deities.