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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.

 Brahmotsavam here falls in the Tamil month of Panguni. The Vishnu named Pavalakanivai Perumal, and Muruga are taken in parade to Madurai to observe Madurai Meenakshi's wedding (Chitirai celebration), with inhabitants of Madurai wearing bubbly dress. Nakkirar's relationship with this sanctuary is likewise celebrated as a celebration. Karthigai Deepam celebration is additionally commended amid the Tamil month of Karthigai by lighting a light over the slope. Vaikasi Visakam, and the buoy celebration in Thai (Tamil month) are different celebrations celebrated in the sanctuary. Since the picture of Vishnu is in the sanctuary, Vaikunta Ekadashi is additionally celebrated.

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