Overview

Tiruthani-Vallkotai - Kancheepuram - Swamimalai-Thiruparamkundram-Pazhamudhircholai-Thirucendur-Palani

4 Nights 5 Days Available on request T. Nagar, Tamil Nadu
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • All Transfer and Sightseeing by Pvt A/c Deluxe bus
  • Toll, Parking, Permit & Driver Bata..Etc.
  • AC Accommodation by Twin/ Triple Sharing basis
  • All Meals(Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Tour Manager
  • GST

What is NOT included in the tour

  • All Entrance & Darshan Tickets
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
Highlights
What makes this tour special

Tiruthani-Vallkotai - Kancheepuram - Swamimalai-Thiruparamkundram-Pazhamudhircholai-Thirucendur-Palani

Itinerary

14.03.2022

Departure from Chennai by bus at 06.00 hrs

Arrival Tiruthani at 08.00 hrs

Darshan of Subramanya Swamy

Thiruttani Subramanya Swamy Temple of Lord Subramanya

is located on top of a hillock in Thiruttani is 90 kms from Chennai.

This is also known as Thiruthanikai.

It is one of the six "Aaru padai veedu" (six abodes of Lord Muruga).

As per the legends Subramanya along with his lieutenant Veerabaghu,

fought with the demon king Sooran in a long battle and killed him.

Subramanya was fierce and seething with anger even after killing him.

Departure from Tiruthani at 10.00 hrs

Arrival Vallakottai at 11.00 hrs

Darshan of Subramanya Swamy

Departure from Vallakottai at 13.00 hrs

Arrival Kanchipuram at 15.00 hrs

Evening darshan of Lord Muruga at Kumarakottam

Return to hotel for dinner and overnight Stay

 

15.03.2022

Darshan of Kanchi Kamakshi ,

Varadha Raja Perumal & Ekambareshwar

Kanchi Kamachi Amman: The Kamakshi Temple is an ancient Hindu

Temple dedicated to Kamakshi,the ultimate form of Goddess Lalitha Maha

Tripurasundari. It is located in the historic city of Kanchipuram

 

Varadha Raja Perumal : Varadharaja Perumal Temple or Hastagiri or

Attiyuran is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in the holy

city of Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the Divya Desams, the

108 temples of Holy abodes of Lord Vishnu as sung by the 12 poet saints,

or Alwars.

 

Ekambareswarar Temple: Ekambareswarar Temple is a Hindu temple

dedicated to the deity Shiva, located in the town of Kanchipuram It is

significant to the Hindu sect of Saivism as one of the

temples associated with the five elements, the Pancha Bhoota Stalas, and

specifically the element of earth.

 

Departure from Kanchipuram at 09.30 hrs

Arrival Swamimalai at 16.30 hrs

Darshan of SwaminathaSwamy

 

Arulmigu Swaminatha Swamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to god

Murugan. It is located in Swamimalai, on the banks of a tributary of river

Kaveri in Thanjavur District,

Swamimalai is where Muruga preached what as called as "Pranava mantra"

to his own father, Shiva, at a young age, after arresting Brahma for not

answering his question about Pranava Mantram.

Departure from Swamimalai at 18.00 hrs

Arrival Palani at 23.45 hrs

Check into hotel for dinner and overnight stay

 

16.03.2022

Darshan of Dandayuthapaniswamy at 06.00 hrs

Sage Narada visited the celestial court of Shiva at Mount Kailash to present

to him a fruit, the gnana-palam (literally, the fruit of knowledge). He decided

to award it to whichever of his two sons who first encircle the world thrice.

Accepting the challenge, Murugan (Karthikeya) started his journey around

the globe on his mount peacock. However, Ganesha, who surmised that the

world was no more than his parents Shiva and Shakti combined,

circumambulated them and won the fruit. Murugan was furious and felt the

need to get matured from boyhood and hence chose to remain as a hermit in

Palani. The idol of the Muruga in Palani was created and consecrated by sage

Bogar, one of Hinduism's

eighteen great siddhaars, out of an amalgam of nine poisonous herbs or

Navapashanam.

Proceed to PazhamudhirCholai at 12.00 hrs

 

Arrive Pazhamudhircholai at 03.00 hrs

Darshan of Subramanya Swamy at 04.00 hrs

The SolaiMurugan Temple in Pazhamudircholai,

Madurai, is one of the 6 divine abodes of Lord Muruga,

as mentioned by Nakkeerar in his Tamil Poem

Tirumurukaatruppadai. Although it is the last among

the Arupadaiveedugal, it attracts plenty of devotees with the lush green

flora and fauna that surrounds the temple.

The great Tamil poet and saint Avvaiyar was tested by Muruga here.

Departure from PazhamudhirCholai at 18.00 hrs

Check into the hotel at 20.00 hrs

Check into hotel for dinner and overnight Stay

 

17.03.2022

Darshan of Sri Meenakshi Amman at 06.00 hrs

Proceed to Thiruparankundram at 10.00 hrs

Arrive Thiruparankundram at 11.00 hrs

Darshan of Subramanya Swamy at 11.15 hrs

 

Thiruparamkundram finds mention in Kanda Puranam detailing the slaying

of Surapadman by Muruga.

Proceed to Tiruchendur at 12.00 hrs

Arrive Tiruchendur at 16.00 hrs

Check into hotel for dinner and overnight stay

 

18.03.2022

Darshan of Subramanya Swamy at 06.00 hrs

Arulmigu Subramanya Swami at Tiruchendur has a unique significance as

the culmination of the concept of Muruga. With its lofty tower of about 140

feet, it has a holy past dating back to 2,000 years, if not earlier. References

are available in such texts as Purananūru, Silappadikāram, Lord Muruga

was said to have emcamped before and after vanquishing the asuras and

worshipped Siva at the shrine Mayan had built for Him

Departure from Tiruchendur at 10.00 hrs

Arrival Chennai at 23.30 hrs with divine memories.

 

 

 

Pickup point
Directions.
Tour Times, Venkatanarayana Road, Parthasarathi Puram, T. Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India View on Map