Thirupparamkunram Murugan Temple is located near Madurai in the state of Tamilnadu, India. It is one of the Arupadaiveedu (6 abodes or holy shrines of Lord Murugan). An interesting feature of this temple is that of deities of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu facing each other in the main shrine.Read More
One day Annadhanam for 125 persons Rs.2000/-. Permanent endowment for one day's Annadhanam Scheme (The Annadhanam will be done on the day of your choice every year ) Rs.20000/-.
Panguni Uthiram-It is celebrated in the month of March. Vaikasi Visakam-Clebrated in the month of Vaigaasi. Visakam is Lord Muruga’s birthday star.Kandha Sashti-Kanta Shasti Vratam is observed once a year in the month of ‘Aippasi' (October–November).Read More
There are several architectural features of interest, especially the rock cut portions of this hill temple dating back to the Pandya period and the life sized sculptures in the mandapams of the Nayakar period. An Aasthaana Mandapam with several artistically carved pillarsRead More