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There is temple called Tiruchendur Murugan Kovil situated (Distance in KM) from Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, Kanyakumari. The temple is one among the 6 abodes of lord Murugan or Sri Subramaniyan.
Vairavel Residency is very near to Kovil bus stand situated in a resi-dential area. Fully furnished and economically priced, offers perfect service....There is temple called Tiruchendur Murugan Kovil situated (Distance in KM) from Tirunelveli, Tuticorin, Kanyakumari. The temple is one among the 6 abodes of lord Murugan or Sri Subramaniyan.
Vairavel Residency is very near to Kovil bus stand situated in a resi-dential area. Fully furnished and economically priced, offers perfect service.More
Devotees who take a vow place their offerings during festival and other days.They austerely fast and carry Kavadi, Palkudam, offer Abishegam etc. to the Lord. The Golden Chariot procession, Chandana Lebanam, Dharabhishegam, Dharahomam are performed by devotees in fulfillment of their vows.Devotees who perform such austerities get relieved of their mental worries the unmarried get married and the childless beget children by the grace of Arulmigu Subramania Swamy.
Tiruchendur is the headquarters of the Thiruchendur Taluk. Tiruchendur is famous for the Murugan Temple on the beach. Tiruchendur temple is located on the shore of the Bay of Bengal. Tiruchendur temple is the second of the six abodes of Lord Murugan, enshrining Senthilandavar and is very popular with pilgrims.The location of the temple is ideal and draws a perennial stream of devotees. The temple overlooking the sea is an inspiring sight. It has been venerated by the Tamil Sangam Period work Tirumurugatruppadai and by 83 Tiruppugazh hymns of Arunagirinathar.
All the poojas are performed for both Siva and Subramanya. Then follow theRahasya Deeparadhanas behind the curtain- first in the shrine of Lord Subramanyaand then at Shamnukha's. By this ritual Lord Subramanya gives his poweror Atmasakthi to Lord Shanmukha. After this, Deeparadhana is conductedto the sacred feet of Shanmukha. The feet are then taken to the shrineof Valli, where the image of Valli and the sacred feet are placed in agolden swing for the day's rest. And that is the end of daily poojas. Inthe month of Margazhi (December-January), the daily poojas begin at 3 a.m.and end at 8.30 p.m.