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Swaminathan (Lord Muruga), Swamimalai

Swaminathan (Lord Muruga), Swamimalai

Here, Lord Muruga is worshiped as a Guru or teacher. There is an interesting legend on it. For more on this temple click here

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Lord Muruga Temple,Tiruchendur

Lord Muruga Temple,Tiruchendur

The legend is that Lord Muruga used this place as the base camp in his battle against the demon Tarakasur. For more details click here

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Lord Muruga Temple, Palani

Lord Muruga Temple, Palani

A well-known Hindu temple in South India; a famous abode of Lord Muruga in Tamilnadu. For more details click here

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Ekambarnath (Lord Shiva) Temple, Kanchipuram

Ekambarnath (Lord Shiva) Temple, Kanchipuram

The city of Kanchipuram is one amongst the seven sacred cities or Mukthi Sthala of India from time immemorial. The city is on the banks of river Vegavathi. For details on this temple click here

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Jambukeswara (Lord Shiva) Temple, Tiruchirapalli

Jambukeswara (Lord Shiva) Temple, Tiruchirapalli

The Shiva Linga, also known as Jambukeswar, represents the element Water here. For more details click here

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Kalahasti (Lord Shiva) Temple, Kalahasti

Kalahasti (Lord Shiva) Temple, Kalahasti

A famous Hindu temple of South India.This ancient, well-visited temple is in Andhra Pradesh near Tirupati. Fore more details click here

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Arunachaleswar (Lord Shiva) Temple

Arunachaleswar (Lord Shiva) Temple

This is one of the oldest and biggest temples in India; dedicated to Lord Shiva. For more on this temple click here

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Nataraja (Lord Shiva) Temple, Chidambaram

Nataraja (Lord Shiva) Temple, Chidambaram

One of the most important centre of Shaivite worship in South India. For more on this temple click here

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KeezhaPerumpalam : KethuTemple

KeezhaPerumpalam : KethuTemple

When Lord Vishnu crushed the demon Rahu, who tried to drink the nectar during Palazhimathan or churning of the milky ocean, the head portion became Rahu; the remaining body-part acquired a snake head and became…

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Thirunageswaram : Rahu Temple

Thirunageswaram : Rahu Temple

In Hindu mythology Rahu is a demon. In astrology he is one among the Navagraha; though he along with Kethu, do not have a physical body like other grahas. For more on this temple click…

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