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Arupadai Veedu Murugan temple darshan is one of the best pilgrimage for all the devotees of Lord Muruga. According to Sangam literature, Lord Muruga has six houses or Arupadai Veedu, which are symbolic of the phases of his life.
All the Arupadai Veedu are located in hills except for Tiruchendur, which is a beach. The demon Soorapadman tortured the Devas, who complained to Lord Vishnu and Brahma. They assigned Kamadeva to awaken Lord Shiva from his penance, who became Kartikeya to kill Soorapadman and save the Devas.
Tiruparangundram, the main Arupadai Veedu, is found 5 miles Southwest of Madurai. Since Lord Muruga wedded his first spouse Deivanai little girl of Indra at this spot and Lord Shiva here as Parangirinathar. Hindus consider this Muruga sanctuary propitious for relationships. The Muruga sanctuary was developed by Viswakarma, the heavenly artist.
The speciality of the sanctuary is its 48 support points and the way that the deepest sanctum is cut from a solitary stone. Panguni Uttram which falls in late March is praised as a celebration of marriage in this home of Arupadai Veedu.
Tiruchendur is the second Arupadai Veedu where Lord Muruga set up camp to annihilate the shrewd power of Surapadma. Master Muruga was bound to be brought into the world for the sole motivation behind vanquishing Surapadma and this is commended as Skanda Sashti, which falls six days after Diwali. Tiruchendur Muruga Temple is the main ocean side objective of Lord Muruga.
Palani is said to be the third place of Arupadai Veedu of Lord Muruga and is found 100 kilometres South of Coimbatore and similarly separated from Madurai. This is the spot that Muruga left for after a squabble with his folks, Lord Shiva and Parvati over a heavenly natural product that was proposed to his sibling Ganapati after a contest circumventing the world.
Muruga is hailed as Dandayudapani at Palani where Thai Poosam in January is exceptionally well known in the Palani Muruga Temple. During these celebrations, lovers convey Kavadi and offer abishekam. The Muruga Temple has rope vehicle and winch offices, basically for senior residents and the crippled, yet additionally utilized by others.
Swami Malai is the fourth among the Arupadai Veedu and is situated close to Kumbakonam, on the banks of stream Cauvery. Muruga shows the significance of the infinite word "AUM" to his dad Lord Shiva, in this habitation. Shiva sits acted like an understudy with adoration to his child in Swami Malai. The Muruga sanctuary has about 60 steps each named after one of the 60 Tamil years. Vaikasi Visakam celebration which is held in May and Thai Poosam in January are well-known celebrations of this house.
Thiruthani is the fifth house where Lord Muruga arrived to quiet himself after the conflict and triumph over Sura Padma for which he was conceived. Thiruthani is found 84 kilometres northwest of Chennai.
The Muruga sanctuary has 356 stages, each addressing a day in the year. Adi Kiruthigai Tank celebration and Skanda Shashti are famous celebrations seen in this sanctuary. Spreading Sandal on the Idol of Lord Muruga is exceptionally unique in this dwelling place.
Pazhamudir Cholai is about 13 kilometres north of Madurai. This is thick slope timberland loaded up with springs, spices, organic products, and blossoms where his second spouse Valli resided. The Tamil writer Avvaiyar was tried by Lord Muruga here.
It is the 6th and lasts among the Arupadai Veedu of Lord Muruga. Pankuni Uttiram in March, Visakam during May, Shasti during October, and Kartigai during November are the well-known celebrations seen in this Muruga Temple. Subtleties of the Arupadai Veedu are found in the synthesis of Nakeerar in his Murugatru Padai. Visiting all the six homes of Lord Muruga is the dream of every devotee of Lord Muruga.
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