Lord Muruga

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Sri Kandaswamy Kovil, Brickfields - Festivals
... festival which occurs as a conclusion to the Kantha Shasti fast (re-enactment of Lord Muruga's win over the demon) and one of two temples in Malaysia to ... Thaipusam morning to offer prayers to Lord Muruga ... They carry silver pots containing milk as offering to Lord Muruga as well as flowers and other gifts deemed appropriate ...
Chromepet - Neighbourhoods
... One is Kumaran Kundram which is dedicated to Lord Muruga ... Lord Muruga resides on a small hillock and this deity is considered to be as powerful as the deity in Kumbakonam, Swamimalai, one among the six houses of Lord Muruga ... Second is the temple for Lord Vinayaga called the Varasidhi Vinayagar temple ...
Senthilkumar - The Deity
... One of the six abodes of Lord Muruga is Tiruchendur where The Lord is believed to have fought the battle with the Asura King Surapadma ... Since it acquired the divine significance by being the battleground for Lord Muruga, the honorary prefix 'thiru' was added to it resulting in the name Tiruchendur ... Lord Muruga is son of Lord Shiva, brother of Lord Ganesha and husband of Valli and Deivayanai ...
Sri Kandaswamy Kovil, Brickfields - Malaysian Ceylonese Saivites Association Youth Section
... However, in the past decade, the MCSA Youth has been doing more than just serving Lord Muruga in his palace ... Alongside the temple work, the MCSA Youth’s Bhajan group serenades Lord Muruga on special occasions such as Sivarathri and Navarathri ... temple activities, cleaning is done semiyearly by the youth, where every nook and cranny of Lord Muruga’s palace is scrubbed and shined with love ...
Kunrakudy
... In Kundrakudi the Lord Murugan Temple is set up in a very small hill ... Here Lord Muruga appears with his wives Lord Valli and Deivanai ... The Murugan statue is set up with six faces and hence here Lord Murugan is called as "Lord Shanmuga", the meaning is Lord Murugan with six faces ...

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