It is at Peter's Road, Triplicane. It
is one of the oldest temple in Madras, built by the Pallavas in the 8th
century and rebuilt by the Vijayanagar Kings in the 11th century.
The temple is dedicated to Krishna, the charioteer of Partha (Arjuna).
It has a coloured gopuram and several shrines with beautiful carvings.
The four streets surrounding this temple have stalls selling brilliant
powders, flowers, puja articles, small idols, musical instruments
and jewellery around the temple.
The temple opens from 6.30am - noon and 4pm - 8pm.