Arudra Darshan is otherwise called Thiruvadhirai Vrata is celebrated in the Tamil month of Margazhi corresponding with December – January. This day falls on the full moon night of this current month when the Thiruvadhirai (Arudra) star governs over. Outstandingly, this happens to be the longest night of the year. Arudra is the star that symbolizes brilliant red fire, which is none else than Lord Shiva at his cosmic dance. The primary highlight of this event is having the darshan of Shiva as Natraj, the god at his grandiose Dance.