Overview: The Sri Siruvapuri Murugan Temple, in Siruvapuri is the homestead the God Muruga. God Muruga here is called ?r? Balasubramanyar and is said to be capable, allowing the wishes of aficionados. The fundamental divinity of this temple is Sri Balasubramaniyar. The temple additionally houses Sri Annamalaiyar and Sri Unnamalai Amman.About the Temple : The Siruvapuri Murugan Temple's utsava moorthy of God Muruga is seen as Valli Manalar in a wedding stance with ?r? Valli. Thera are 29 Valli sparkles as Ichh? ?akti inside of this temple premise. An one of a kind element of this temple is the Maragatha Mayil (Peacock) the transporter of God Muruga made of green stone. Arunagirinathar is seen simply close to the sanctum confronting the God. Arunagirinathar has gone to this temple and sung numerous Thiruppugazh melodies here. He likewise has created an Archanai Thiruppugazh on God Muruga, which if discussed satisfies ones wishes. Different gods are Maragatha Vinayakar, Aadhi Murugar, Naagar, Venkatrayar, Muniswaraar and Bairavar. The Rajagopuram of this temple has five stages. The individuals who come to have darshan in this temple require not strain themselves by watching strict promises like fasting. One need not come in individual too. The conviction is that just by recollecting Siruvapuri Murugan, a man gets what he cravings, similar to a man thinking so as to accomplish Mukti just of Tiruvannamalai. To love here is useful for the individuals who wish to build another house. Once their wishes are satisfied, the enthusiasts perform 'milk abhishekam' to God MurugaThe Balasubramania Swami temple at Siruvapuri. God Muruga rebuffed Brahma, the God of creation for his pride and lack of awareness and tackled the procedure of creation from this sthalam. This delightful temple additionally has ?r? Annamalaiyar (God Shiva) and ?r? Unnamulai Amman. There is a five level raja gopuram. Close to the Kodimaram (Dgwjastambam), there is a delightful emerald (maragada) peacock. There is no peacock alongside the Moolavar (primary divinity) who gives darshan in a standing stance with his vel. He holds a jabamlai (rosary) in his upper right hand and a kamandalam in his upper left hand like Brahma. Aficionados can pick up information and gnananam by loving this Muruga in the Brahma Sastha stance. The Maragada Vinayakar Sannadhi (Raja Ganapathi) can be seen at the South-East corner. There is a green emerald Ganesha symbol here. There are sannadhis for Chandikeswarar, Aadhimoolar, Naagar, Bairavar, Navagrahams. All the Navagrahams can be seen alongside their vahanams (vehicles). On the South, there is a sannadhi for Annamalaiar and Unnamulai Amman (emerald symbols). There is additionally a symbol of Muruga with Valli. In the mukha mandapa, there is a scene portraying Arunagirinathar singing the acclaim for God Muruga.About the Deity: Muruga is seen as Valli Manalar in a wedding stance with ?r? Valli. The Kum?ra Tantra delineates this structure as having one face and four hands. The front two hands are one in abhaya mudr? and the other in Kadyavalmp?tham (hand set on the hip). In the back two hands he has rudraksa m?la and kamandalu. In this structure on the right side we discover Valli in all her magnificence. God Muruga holding the hand of Valli in readiness for wedlock is just the one of its kind at Ciruv?puri ?r? B?lasubramanya Sv?mi TempleLegend and Stories: History of the temple has that Lava and Kusa, the children of Rama lived in this spot. Once when Rama was passing this spot, they have battled a war with Rama himself without realizing that he was their dad. As the youthful youngsters pursued a war here, the spot was called as Siruvar Por Puri. (Siruvar implies kids, Por Puri means pursuing a war, in Thamizh). This spot is presently called as Chinnambedu, which initially was Siruvar Ambu Edu (youngsters who took their bolts for the battle).Rare Facts : A few many years back there carried on a woman called Murugammai in this town. She had been an exceptionally fervent fan of God Muruga here. She generally used to serenade His name and begging Him, for a considerable length of time. Her spouse who didn't care for her revering all the time was cautioning her to stop it. Be that as it may, she never listened to him and her spouse one day cut her arms off out of displeasure. And, after its all said and done, Murugammai weeped for help just with God Muruga. The God who was satisfied with her bhakti, made her hands join even without the indications of any twisted.Significance: God Muruga here is accepted to give wishes for those expect to purchase or develop a house. Numerous individuals who wish to purchase a house visit God Muruga here for gifts to satisfy their wish. The love of Valli Kalyana Sundarar prepares for the festival of relational unions at the correct time among families. Indeed, even relational unions which have been ruined by circumstances are said to get calmed of deterrents, preparing for cheerful wedded life. To be gave by joy, Desires satisfaction, To be honored with.
Devotees visit this temple to seek fulfillment of the following:-
- Forgiveness for past deeds
- Neutralize the malefic effects of Mars
- Good Health
Shadaananam Chandana Liptha Gathram Mahorasam Divya Mayoora Vaahanam Rudrasya Soonum Suraloka Naatham Brahmanya Devam Charanam Prapadye
Meaning -I always take refuge in the 6 faced Lord Guha, who has sandal paste smeared over his body, who is broad-chested, whose vehicle is the peacock, who is Lord Shiva's son and who leads the army of the Devas.
Heyswami Natha Karunakara Dheenabandho Shree Parvatheesha Mukha Pankaja Padmabandho Shree Saadhi Devagana Poojitha Padha Padma Vallesa Nadha Mama Dehi Karaavalambham
Meaning -O! Merciful Lord Swaminatha, who cares for the poor, who is the sun to Lord Shiva's lotus face, whose lotus feet are acknowledged by Lord Vishnu and the others, Valli's Lord, please uplift me by lending me your hand.
Ariru Thadanthozh Vazhga Arumugam Vazhga Veppai Kooru Sei Thanivel Vazhga Kukkudum Vazhga Sevvel Yeriya Magnai Vazhga Aanai Thun Anangu Vazhga Maarila Valli Vazhga Vazhga Seer Adiyar Yellam
Meaning -Oh Muruga, we hail your 12 strong shoulders for they protect us from our enemies, we hail your 6 faces, we hail the Vel, your weapon that broke apart the Krounja mountain to reveal the asura in it. We hail the bird, the cock, that is part of your symbol in the flag. We hail your peacock, that takes you all over the world, we hail your consort Devyani, who was brought up by Indra's white elephant, Airavadam, we hail your other consort, the flawless Valli. And we hail your Bhaktas who worship you as a prayer.
Uruvai Aruvai Uladhai Iladhai Maruvai Malarai Maniyai Oliyai Karuvai Uyirai Gadhiyai Vidhiyai Guruvai Varuvai Arulvai Guhaney
Meaning -O Lord Muruga, you have form and you are formless, you have everything and have nothing, you who exist in the smallest, in flowers, in a bell's ring, in the light. You are the embryo, the life, destiny and fate. Bestow your blessings on us as our guru.