welcomes you to the Land of Temples, Tamil Nadu. Each and every temple has its own legend, a beautiful story and a historical significance associated with it. Temple is a place where all believe that God really exists. Some temple attracts a large number of devotees and wonders of those temples are widely talked about. Among those Arupadaiveedu temples has its glorious importance, wonderful architecture and spiritual benefits. It is one of the must visit temple trip in South India.

Name: 1st abode among the arupadaiveedu
Location: 8 km near Madurai in South India
Lord Muruga as: Subramaniaswamy
Build by: Vishwakarma
It was located on the outskirts of Madurai where Lord Muruga married Indran’s Daughter Deivanai. In this temple, the Abhishek is performed only to the vel weapon of Lord Muruga as this is a cave temple. White peacocks can be seen here which is believed that the Devas are here in the form of white peacocks to worships Lord Muruga.

Name: 2nd abode among the arupadaiveedu
Location: 60 km from Tirunelveli in South India
Lord Muruga as: Senthilandavar
Renovated by: Pandiya and Chera kings
Lord Muruga won the battle with asura, surapadma and worshipped Lord Shiva in this sacred place. This temple is situated along the shores of the Bay of Bengal. The deity is offered with various rituals and very tasty prasadams. The dress codes for both men and women are strictly followed in this temple.

Name: 3rd abode among the arupadaiveedu
Location: 60kms away from Dindugal
Lord Muruga as: Dandayuthaoaniswami
Build by: Cheran king- Cheraman Peruman
A very old Hindu temple with great significance and rich history of divine presence. Thai poosam and panguni Uthiram festivals are very famous and notified festivals of this temple. There are totally 38 sub-temples are attached to the main temple.

Name: 4th abode among the arupadaiveedu
Location: 8kms from Kumbakonam
Build by: Chola King Parantaka
The temple has three Gopurams with three praharams. The shrines of Meenakshi and Sundareswarar is located 60ft above the ground. One has to climb 60 steps to reach the temple which represents 60 Tamil calendar years. Avani thirunal, Skanda Shashti Aippasi are very famous festivals of this temple.

Name: 5th abode among the arupdaiveedu
Location: 75 km from Chennai
Lord Muruga as: Tanikasa
Tirutani is said to be the place where the Lord Subramanya married Valli. The hill has 365 steps which indicates the 365 days of the year. Besides the directing god, there is a place of worship devoted to Lord Ganesh too. Kiruthikai is celebrated in a great manner in this temple.

Name: 6th abode among the aruadaiveedu
Location: 20kms from Madurai
Lord Muruga as: Malaikizhavan
Avvaiyar is a famous legend associated with this temple. This is the only temple on Arupadai Veedu with both his consorts Devaiyani and Valli. This temple attracts plenty of devotees and tourists with the evergreen environment that surrounds the temple.

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