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Chennai, Vadapalani intro. The Vadapalani district of the massive metropolis of Chennai is famous for its magnificent Murugan temple and its proximity to Chennai's huge shopping district of T. Nagar and the movie district of Kodambakkam. Geographically, the district is the exact centre of the vast city and is set on the three major thoroughfares of Arcot Road, Poonamalee and Anna Salai. Visitors staying in any of the Vadapalani hotels are literally at the heart of the action. Due to the proximity of the film studios, Vadapalani district is home to many actors, set designers and others involved in the movie and entertainment industries, giving it a cosmopolitan yet eccentric vista crammed with hangouts and off-beat eateries. The magnificent temple to the deity Lord Muruga is famous for its founder Annaswami, a famed prophet, miracle worker and much-revered holy man in the late 19th century. The elaborate temple gateway holds innumerable painted terracotta statues of gods and goddesses, and the interior shrines are no less exuberant.