Thiruchendur Murugan Temple Tiruchendur
About Thiruchendur Murugan Temple
"Thiruchendur Murugan Temple is an antiquated Hindu temple devoted to Murugan arranged in Tamil Nadu, India. The puranic name or recorded name for this temple is Jayanthipuram. It is additionally one of the Arupadaiveedu, the six noteworthy houses Murugan. It is the just a single among the six hallowed temple edifices to be arranged close to the ocean shore.
It is one of the biggest temple edifices of India and it is a standout amongst the most went by temple complex in India.This temple is the fourth Hindu temple in Tamil Nadu to get ISO accreditation."
Early Cankam verse allude to the Murugan seashore altar at Tirrucciralaivay, which is thought to allude to the Thiruchendur Temple. The most punctual existing engraving at the temple is satisfied 875 AD, and discusses a Pantiyan called Varekuna Maran.The Murugan temple at Thiruchendur was involved by the Dutch East India organization between the years 1646 to 1648, over the span of their war with the Portuguese. The neighborhood individuals took a stab at amid these 2 years to free their temple, with a few pointless endeavors. The Dutch at last abandoned the temple on orders from the Naik ruler. The Dutch evacuated a few symbols when they cleared the temple, which were returned after numerous transactions with the Madurai Naikaar in 1651. In 1868, 3 ministers drove a development to reconstruct the temple, and gathered assets for the same. The remade temple was blessed in 1941. A further gopurram was included and sanctified in 1971.
There are no consistent flights from other real urban areas of the nation to Tiruchendur. Closest airplane terminal is Tuticorin Air terminal.
31 km away
Tuticorin Air terminal (TCR), Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu
133 km away
Thiruvananthapuram Universal Airplane terminal (TRV), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Tiruchendur is very much associated with other significant urban communities of the nation by means of normal trains.
Railroad Station(s): Tiruchendur (TCN)
You can without much of a stretch get normal transports to Tiruchendur from other significant urban communities of the nation.
Transport Station(s): Tiruchendur