Thousands of devotees gathered in Vallakottai Murugan Temple!

Thousands of devotees gathered in Vallakottai Murugan Temple!-oneindia news

Vallakottai Subramanya Swamy:

Subramanya Swamy temple is located in Vallakottai next to Tirupperumbudur in Kanchipuram district.

This temple serves as a place of reparation and prayer for new house construction, marriage and promotion.

Arunagirinath has sung eight tirupugals on Lord Muruga here. Here, Lord Muruga in the sanctum sanctorum is majestically 7 feet tall with his goddess.

Temple Highlights:

Devotees come here on Tuesdays and Fridays for 6 consecutive weeks to get their own house, marriage and child birth, so more and more devotees visit this temple on special days.

Apart from this, the devotees say that during the mythological period, King Bhagirathan came to Vallakottai and worshiped Lord Muruga and regained his lost kingdom. Therefore, those who visit this place on Tuesdays and Fridays get their lost wealth, own house and high positions.

Ani Mata Kritika:

It is also said that Indra came to this place and worshiped Lord Muruga and married Indrani. So many unmarried men and women come and worship this temple.

In this temple which has many merits, milk abhishekam was performed to the Mula Murthys and Utsavar on the occasion of Ani month Krithikai.

Following this, Moolavar Subramaniaswamy in the sanctum sanctorum blessed the devotees with sandalwood decoration and Devier Valli Deivanai with kunguma decoration.

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Utsavar was presented to the devotees in the Sashti Mandapam in the flower decoration service where Lord Muruga was garlanded.

As it was Tuesday and Krithikai, thousands of devotees from Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kanchipuram, Chengalpattu and other districts came to Vallakottai and worshiped Lord Muruga chanting Arokara Arokara. A large number of devotees came from Chennai carrying flower kavadis and worshiped the Lord.

Devotees who came to the temple were given offerings, buttermilk and drinking water on behalf of the temple administration.