Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami
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Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami

Religious Significance

Subrahmanya is also known as Karthikeya apart from Dravidian regions. In Kerala he is known as the Subrahmanya Swamy. His other names are Mail Vahanan, Murugan, Senthil, Velan, Kandan, Kadamban, Arumugam and Shanmugam. He is the God's army and a symbol of victory. His bird is the peacock and his weapon is called as Vel.

Many devotees come here to get their new ventures to be successful by offering prayers and rituals to Lord Subrahmanya in this temple. He is also known as the Devasenapathi and many devotees do worship him by this name apart from naming him as Subrahmanya Swamy. This temple conducts a special ritual named as Ottanarangamala Samarppanam. This is a very rear ritual performed here and no other related temples of Lord Subrahmanya Swamy have such ritual in practice.

Here Lord Subrahmanya Swamy is seen with a raging mood just as the lord has fought and came victorious defeating the demon named Tharakasuran. Every Tuesday is very significant day for Lord Subrahmanya Swamy for conducting special rituals by its temple priest who are from Brahmin society and all the rituals are done accordingly with strict rules and regulations.

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