One of the six spots of love devoted to Lord Muruga, the shore sanctuary of Arulmigu Subramanya Swami at Tiruchendur has a special noteworthiness as the perfection of the idea of Muruga. With its grand pinnacle of around 140 feet, it has a blessed past going back to 2,000 years, if not prior. References are accessible in such messages as Puranan?ru, Silappadik?ram, As one of the preeminent otherworldly focuses, the sanctuary has been a fascination for Hindus for a very long time.
In the Tirumurugatrupadai, a great of the third century AD, six picked spots in The Tamil soil were alluded to by Nakk?rar starting at more than normal sacredness fo the worshipo of Lord Muruga, among which Tiruchendur is number two. This was the main sanctuary of Lord Muruga situated on the seashore. His sanctuaries are constantly arranged in the midst of mountains and backwoods, for these areas are viewed as dear to Lord Murugan. The difference here is potentially because of Muruga's perfect mission to free the devas,