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Good Shepherd Church

The church was opened by the late Dr. Paul Dinakaran, founder of Jesus Calls. Beautiful photographs of the Ten Commandments adorn the walls of the church. Christmas sees the church come alive with beautiful decorations, choir singing, and the traditional cake cutting celebrations. A bond that unites unlike any other activity, a time when prayers are answered and magic is done. The Lord is a good shepherd who takes particular care of his special children who may have strayed away. He brings them under his umbrella by carrying them in his own hands.

At Good Shepherd church, your soul gets elevated with an overwhelming feel of inner harmony and the realization that God is much closer.


The masjid at Sree Ramarajya is a place of prostration and to offer your prayers. A Sufi saint’s black robe and staff are kept in the mosque.

Buddha Temple

Melodious chants of Buddham Saranam Gacchaami welcomes you to this hallowed place. The statue of Lord Buddha was gifted to Sree Ramrajya by a devotee from Thailand. Buddhist monks from Thailand graced the occasion during the inauguration. A traditional prayer wheel has been installed. Spinning these wheels facilitate the energy of the sound of the mantras.

Buddha Purnima, the birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha which falls on a full moon day is celebrated in Sree Ramarajya with fervor. Lord Buddha’s lesson in a nutshell is Logam sunya mayam, and Logam sheena mayam. Sunya means zero and whatever you see in this world has no meaning. Sheena mayam means that one should not search for worldly happiness as it will also give you sorrow. Everything is maya or a veil.

Jain Temple

A compact temple with a beautiful marble statue from Rajasthan of Lord Mahavir, the last Tirthankara of Jain religion. Jains believe that worship is about one’s own integration with oneself and the world around. Purity, right living and service to others are hallmarks of their faith. Let us bow our heads to the enlightened and liberated souls, and attain detachment.

Contact Details and Hours

Sree Ramarajya
Off Vandalur Road, Kelambakkam
Tamil Nadu – 603103, India
Phone: +91-44-2741 4000; +91-44-2741 4877

Monday – Friday: 6 – 9 AM and 4 – 8 PM

Saturday & Sunday: 6 AM – 12 PM and 4 – 8 PM

No Donation. No Fee.

What makes Sree Ramarajya most unique is that “no donation or fee of any kind is accepted”. Whether it is carrying the Palanquin, drawing the Silver Chariot, participating in the monthly Thiruvonam Laksha Deepam event, or any other pooja, everything is free of cost.