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Encyclopedia > Swamimalai Murugan Temple

One of the Aru Padaiveedu, the six main abodes of Lord Muruga, Swamimalai is where Lord Muruga preached his own father Lord Shiva at a tender age. It is located in the township of Swamimalai, 250 km from Chennai and is very close to Thanjavur and Kumbakonam. The Arupadiveedu (the six abodes) are the most important shrines for the devotees of Lord Muruga in Tamilnadu. ... This article is about the Hindu God. ... Swamimalai is a small town near Kumbakonam in Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu, India. ... Chennai   (Tamil: ), formerly known as Madras  , is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu and is Indias fourth largest metropolitan city. ... Thanjavur (தஞ்சாவூர் in Tamil), formerly known as Tanjore, is a city in Tamil Nadu, in southeastern India. ... Kumbeswara temple at Kumbakonam Kumbakonam is a town in the Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu state in southern India. ...


The other 'Arupadaiveedu's dedicated for Lord Muruga are Palani (120 km west of Madurai), Thirupparangunram (10km south of Madurai), Thiruthani (50 km from Chennai), Pazhamudircholai (10 km north of Madurai) and Thiruchendur (100 km south of Madurai). It is one of the most famous Murugan temples in India. ... Chennai   (Tamil: ), formerly known as Madras  , is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu and is Indias fourth largest metropolitan city. ... One of Arupadaiveedu of Lord Muruga. ...

Famous Murugan temples
PalaniThiruchendurSwamimalaiThiruthaniPazhamudircholaiThiruparamkunramSubramanyaMarudamalaiSikkalVayalurViralimalaiKunrakudy

 
 

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