TamilNadu Temple Tourism E - Services
Tn Temple Tourism provides you online room bookings all over the TamilNadu. Book Dewasthanam Rooms and Book Domestic Rooms.
Tn Temple Tourism provides you online Charoit Bookings all over the TamilNadu Temple. Book Golden Charoit and Wooden Charoit.
Tn Temple Tourism provides you online Food Donation all over the TamilNadu Temples. E - Food Donation will be done only to annadhanam temples.
Tn Temple Tourism provides you online Pooja Booking all over the TamilNadu Temples. E - Pooja Booking will be done all over temples in TamilNadu.
Murugan ([Tamil Murukaṉ) is often referred to as "Tamil Kadavul" "God of the Tamils" and is worshiped primarily in areas with Tamil influences, especially South India, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Réunion. His six most important shrines in India are the Six Abodes of Murugan, temples located in Tamil Nadu. In Sri Lanka, the Nallur Kandaswamy temple in Jaffna and Kataragama Temple situated deep south. Hindus in Malaysia also pray to Murugan at the Batu Caves and various temples where Thaipusam is celebrated with grandeur.In Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, Kartikeya is known as Subramanya; Kukke Subramanya Temple is known for its sarpa shanti rites. Another famous temple is Ghati Subramanya, also in Karnataka. In Bengal and Odisha, he is popularly known as Kartikeya.
Like most native Tamil deities, Murugan has been assimilated and sanskritized over the years to be included into Hinduism.The several names of Murugan both Tamil and Sanskrit origin would include the following, Senthil, Velaṇ, Kumaran "prince, child, young one'), Svaminatha "smart, clever'), Saravaṇa, Arumugam or Shanmuga "having six faces", Dandapani , Guhan or Guruguha "cave-dweller", Subrahmanya, Kartikeya and Skanda "attacker". He was also known as Mahasena and the Kadamba dynasty worshiped him by this name. In the Holy Pantheon of Hindu gods and goddesses, Muruga has been given pride of place. This is particularly discernible in the southern parts of India and some countries in the Far East where Tamil-speaking people form a significant segment of the population. Lord Muruga is considered essentially as the Tamil God (Tamizh Kadavul).
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