Built in the mid-19th century, the Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple was rebuilt and consecrated in 2003. A pair of nine-feet tall Dwarapalakas (demigod gatekeepers) flank the Rajagopuram entrance tower, which features the Chola style of architecture. The Cholas were the greatest temple builders in the history of India.
Don’t forget to take off your shoes and socks as you step into the main hall. Here, you’ll see colorful murals depicting the stories of Lord Vinayagar from the time of his birth till marriage, as well as four granite pillars featuring sculptures of 32 different forms of Lord Vinayagar. These 32 forms of Lord Vinayagar are unique to this temple and not seen in any other Vinayagar temple, even in India.