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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.
He began administering the 1008 universes because of the power achieved. He wedded Padumakoma and had a few children. Viramkendiram turned into his capital, a city made in the oceans and he began disturbing the Devas. He detained Indra (the ruler of divine gods) and furthermore wanted his significant other Indrani. Indra looked for the assistance of Muruga.
Muruga sent his envoy Viravakutevar to the evil spirit, however he was unaffected. An extreme fight was battled in Thiruparankundram where Muruga murdered every one of the children of the evil spirit aside from Iraniyan. Surapadman stowed away under the ocean and Muruga split him into two pieces, which went on become the awesome vehicles, peacock and rooster.The day when Muruga killed Surapadma is commended as Skanda Shashti celebration in all the Murugan Temples.
Indra, the ruler of Devas was inspired, and he wedded Deivayanai, his celestial little girl to Muruga at Thiruparankundram. Muruga is accepted to have loved Shiva here as Parangirinathar. Kanthar Anoobothi, a treatise of the awesome marriage records that Muruga asked all the perfect blessed messengers and divine beings who went to the marriage to fly back to paradise in their very own vehicles in Mano veham (speed of thought).

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