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Thiruparankundram - Location, Weather, Climate, Hill structure

Thiruparankundram was a town, located near Madurai, India. Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple is a Hindu Temple, and one of the Six Abodes of Murugan, situated at Thiruparankundram.

Thiruparankundram - Nearer tourist spots

Thenparankundram - Rock Cut Cave Temple
ThenParankundram Rock cut cave Temple is excavated on the southern face of Thiruparangundram, which lays 10 kms away from Madurai city. Thenparankundram cave was originally a Jain cave and dated to 750 AD.

Thiruparankundram - Transport system

There is a transport system with transport administrations interfacing Thiruparankundram with different pieces of Madurai and adjoining towns.

Thiruparankundram - Social, Political and Population

An all new town created in 2011 in the Madurai district of Tamil Nadu, is located on a hill structure with a pleasant view. This town is a part of the municipal corporation of Madurai. Local elections were also held in this town in 2011.

Thiruparankundram - Festivals

Skanda Shashti celebration commended amid the Tamil month of Aippasi (October - November) is the most noticeable celebration of the sanctuary. Muruga killing Surapadma is instituted the remainder of the six days and the bubbly picture of Muruga is taken in various mounts around the boulevards of the sanctuary amid the celebration.

Thiruparankundram - Architecture

The sanctuary is fabricated shake slice engineering going back to the Pandya time of sixth century and the existence estimated forms in the mandapas of the Nayaka time frame amid the sixteenth century.

Thiruparankundram - Literary mention

Holy person Sambandar, the popular Shaiva Saint of the seventh Century, has visited Thiruparankundram and has sung Devaram on Shiva.

Thiruparankundram Legends

Thiruparankundram can be discovered in Kanda Puranam enumerating the killing of Surapadman by Muruga. According to Hindu legend, Surapadman, an evil presence lord, once had gotten shelters from Shiva by serious retribution.

Thiruparankundram History

Inscriptional confirmations call attention to that this temple, being cut out of a slope, was most presumably prior a Jain cavern. There is another hypothesis that prior to this, the Murugan temple existed much before the sixth century and changed over into Jain love focus by Jain priests under the aegis of Pandya ruler Koon pandiyan.