Thiruvalluvar Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Tamil Poet-Saint Thiruvalluvar, Author of Thirukural situated at Mylapore in Chennai City in Tamilnadu. The temple is situated in a limited path nearby the Valluvar statue on Royapettah High Road. It is generally obscure to numerous that there exists a temple for the holy person author Thiruvalluvar, at the core of the Chennai City in Mylapore, where he was born and lived. This Temple is a basic, two-lives holy place encased by an open-pillared porch. The stone icon gives off an impression of being old. It's intriguing to discover the stucco icons of Valluvar all alone vimana.
The bronze symbols of Valluvar and his better half Vasuki are additionally situated in the sanctum.
Vasuki is found in a different east-bound sanctuary, which is found on the left half of the sanctum. A sacred tree with a ton of snake stones and a stucco picture of Mari Amman is found. There is an overwhelming marble statue of Thiruvalluvar in sitting stance and of his folks Sri Adi and Sri Bhagavan, with Sri Adi holding him as a tyke in her arms and stooping before her better half. A barrel with an engraving dated 1935 CE that peruses that it was the base of the Iluppai tree where the writer was born, is found on the platform.