Sree Uttara Swami Malai Temple is situated in Ramakrishnapuram, New Delhi. The main temple is comprised of eight sub- temples- Sree Swaminatha Swami, Sree Karpaga Vinayakar, Sree Sundareswarar, Devi Meenakshi, The Navagraha Sannidhi, Sree Idumban Sannidhi, Sree Adi Sankara Hall and Silpa Kala Mandapam. The temple premise is well-known as "Malai Mandir". It is a harmoniously blended Tamil Word "Malai"(Mountain/Hill) with the Hindi word "Mandir" (Temple) by the local Delhi Residents.
pilgrimage has Sree Swaminatha Swami as the Presiding Deity, and has been attracting
an increasing number of people of all classes of people from India and abroad
on MahaShivratri. It has become an important religious and spiritual place to
visit in Delhi during Shivratri. This temple reflects the glory and grandeur of
South Indian Temple Architecture at its best on various other occasions as well
such as- Shrawan Mass, Dev-Deepawali etc. ‘Maha Kumbhabhishekam’ was performed
on the 7th of June every year. The temple of Sree Karpaga Vinayakar, Sree
Sundareswarar and Devi Meenakshi were consecrated and the Maha Kumbhabhishekam
performed on the 13th June annually.