Water levels rise appreciably in all Mylapore temple tanks

The level of water in the tank of Sri Kapali Temple has been rising in the past 24 hours as rain was steady through then night and on Nov.11 morning.

Rainwater falling and flowing on the streets around this tank flows into pipes that have outlets into the tank. In recent times, outlets were also built all along the east side of this tank so that water flowing on Tank Street would also be channeled into the tank.

Volunteers recently removed vegetation that had grown wild across the tank.

Water levels in other temple tanks has also risen high – at Sri Madhava Perumal Temple and at Sri Virupakseeswarar Temple.

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