Bala Soopramaniar Kovil has steadily established itself as an ‘iconic’ pilgrimage site within the local Tamil community and its might has extended beyond the waters of the Indian Ocean.
Reflections on Divinity and Its Traits Originally published as “Skanda-Murugan: Supreme Deity or Divine Rascal?” by Patrick Harrigan For well over two millennia, people of the Indian subcontinent, including Sri Lanka, have adored and worshipped Skanda-Kārttikeya, the ever-youthful wargod who
Sri Kripānanda Vāriyār sowed divinity in the minds of the illiterate. A few tidbits from the life of Tiru Muruga Krupananda Variar, who was really the 64th Nayanar.
Thaipusam is observed by Tamils of South India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and Sri Lanka during the Tamil month of Thai.
A 96-year old Ayurvedic physician surveys the origin myth of Karttikeya-Murugan with suggestions for fellow enthusiasts
The Tamil month of Thai marks a very auspicious day in the life of Murugan devotees: Thaipusam.
Index of research papers on the cult of the pan-Indian god Skanda-Murukan
கேள்விகள் எழுந்து, பதில் கிடைத்து புரிந்து கொண்ட மனதிற்கு உரியவர் – பேட்ரிக் ஹரிகன்.
Tiruchendur temple, built by Visvakarma, is considered one of the most important pilgrim centres of Tamil Nadu.