Friday, April 10, 2009

Tirupporur Murugan Temple

The Tirupporur Murugan Temple is thoughtful as the rank of the sacrosanct war. It is one of the 33 solon temples of Tamil Nadu and is dedicated to Baronage Muruga. This temple is situated 25-km gone from Chingleput and 45-km from Chennai. This ancient temple dates rear to the Pallava phase. The Tirupporur Murugan Temple is titled by traducement like Poriyur or Yuddhapuri or Samarapuri.

According to the legends, after defeating Soorapadman at Tiruchendur, Skanda destroyed the pose of the demons at Tirupporur. Murugan Temple at the temple there are inscriptions that belong to the former 10th century. There are inscriptions also belonging to the period of Vikrama Chola of the 12th century in the temple. After the honor of Tirupporur Temple reached its place, it washy into obscurity for whatsoever minute.

But Chidambara Swamigal rediscovered and renovated its honour in the intermediate of the seventeenth century. It is said that Tirupporur Murugan Temple was a descendent of one of the poets of the "Dravidian Sangam" of Madurai. Previously this set was a ground splashy totally by Lontar trees. It is believed that the image of Peerage Muruga also corn as Murugan is "Swayambhu Murti", which lay splashy up by an hummock.

It is said that the soul of 'Skanda' was revealed by Chidambara Swamigal in the hillock. He then shapely the temple again and reinstalled the person. After the temple was looked after by the decedents of Chidambara Swamigal and reached its state honor. The Tirupporur Murugan Temple has numerous legends collateral to it.

Lord Vishnu and his set Lakshmi were subjected to the verbalize of Kanva rishi. Nobleman Hebdomad came to this set to unloosen and free them from the notion of the shut. Thus at Tirupporur Murugan temple both Noble Shibah and his son Muruga are worshiped. According to the Sthalapurana, Peerage Muruga with his consorts Valli and Devayanai acknowledged imposition to devas and explained the substance of Pranava to Agastya Muni at this estimate.

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