Famous Temples of Lord Murugan

Famous Temples of Lord Murugan

, by javed techqart, 3 min reading time

There are a lot of temples dedicated to Lord Murugan in many countries, but among all of them, the famous are located in Tamil Nadu; here is the list of famous temples of lord Kartikeya.

  • The Kumaran Kundram Temple, Karamadai City

    Nestled in Karamadai City, Tamil Nadu, Kumaran Kundru, Lord Murugan's abode, resonates with the divine energy left by enlightened beings. This 40-year-old Murugan Temple boasts uniquely adorned idols, each reflecting exquisite craftsmanship.

    Kumaran Kundram Temple

    • The Ratnagiri Arulmigu Murugan Temple, Vellore

      Situated near Saravanampatty and renowned as Karattu Medu, this hill temple in Coimbatore, with a history spanning 500 years, features 150 steps leading to its pinnacle. The temple houses an exclusive rock statue of Lord Swayambu Vinayaka on the left, along with depictions of Shiva, Devi, Ganesha, and Murugan.

      The Ratnagiri Arulmigu Murugan Temple

      • The Arulmigu Subramaniya Swamy Temple, Thiruparankundram

        Thiruparankundram, Tamil Nadu's Arulmigu Subramaniya Swamy Temple, is a sixth-century Hindu temple devoted to Murugan. Famous for its artistically carved rock structure, it denotes the location where Murugan vanquished Surapadman and wed Deivayanai, honoring Shiva as Parangirinathar.

        Arulmigu Subramaniya Swamy Temple, Thiruparankundram

        • The Shri Vayalur Murugan Temple

          Located in the village of Kumaravayalur, Tamil Nadu, the Vayalur Murugan Temple venerates Murugan, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Believed to have been established in the ninth century under the Medieval Cholas, it houses a splendid Kartikeya brass statue crafted using the lost-wax method.

          The Shri Vayalur Murugan Temple

          • The Arulmigu Singaravelavar Temple, Sikkal

            Sikkal Singaravelavar Temple, a renowned Hindu temple in Tamil Nadu dedicated to Lord Murugan, is also a Shiva temple housing both deities. Pilgrims seek solace and relief from difficulties in prayers at this sacred site.

            The Arulmigu Singaravelavar Temple

            • The Swaminatha Swamy Temple, Swamimalai

              A Hindu temple dedicated to the worship of Bala Murugan, also known as Kartika. It is situated in Tamil Nadu, India's Thanjavur District in Swamimalai, beside the banks of a Kaveri arm. Out of his six homes, Murugan has this shrine as his fourth.

              The Swaminatha Swamy Temple

              • The Thirumalai Kumaraswamy Temple, Panpoli

                Nestled in the Sengottai locality of Tamil Nadu's Tenkasi district, the Thirumalai Kovil, a Murugan temple, stands on a small hill near the Kerala border. About 100 km away from Thiruvananthapuram, this stunning temple offers breathtaking views of the surrounding scenic landscapes.

                The Thirumalai Kumaraswamy Temple

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