Kapaleeshwarar Temple is a hindu temple devoted to Shiva situated in Mylapore, Chennai in the Indian territory of Tamil Nadu. The type of Shiva's partner Parvati venerated at this sanctuary is called Karpagambal is from Tamil, "Goddess of the Wish-Yielding Tree". The sanctuary was worked around the seventh century CE in Dravidian design. The sanctuary has ious altars, with those of Kapaleeswarar and Karpagambal being the most noticeable. The sanctuary complex houses numerous lobbies. The sanctuary has six every day customs at different occasions from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and four yearly celebrations on its logbook.
The Arubathimooval celebration celebrated amid the Tamil month of Panguni is the most noticeable celebration in the sanctuary. The Kapaleeshwarar temple is of ordinary Dravidian design style, with the gopuram overwhelming the road on which the sanctuary sits. This sanctuary is additionally a tribute for the vishwakarmas sthapathis. There are two passages to the sanctuary set apart by the gopuram on either side. The east gopuram is around 40 m high, while the littler western gopuram faces the hallowed tank. The sanctuary ministers play out the pooja customs amid celebrations and once a day. Like other Shiva sanctuaries of Tamil Nadu, the clerics have a place with the Shaivaite people group, a Brahmin sub-position.