Sathru Samhara Ver (Vel) pathigam for protection from any form of Fear or Attack (including COVID-19)

Hari Om Sathru  Samhara Ver Pathigam The poem on Vel (in Tamil) which kills the enemies (Composed by Deva Raya Swamigal) This powerful prayer removes road blocks in life. Sri Devaraya Swamigal composed these hymns in simple beautiful Tamil for people to nullify the evil or negative forces (both seen and unseen) with the help of Lord … Continue reading Sathru Samhara Ver (Vel) pathigam for protection from any form of Fear or Attack (including COVID-19)

Lord Muruga – Important and Powerful Mantras

Hari Om Lord Muruga's Powerful Moola Mantra (For success, courage and victory) Om Saum Saravanabava Sreem Hreem Kleem Klaum Saum Namaha https://youtu.be/qFWnaoLvMlU Lord Muruga Gayathri Mantra: https://youtu.be/gu_4ZW1KXSE (For peace, health and prosperity) Om Tat Purushaya Vidmahe Mahesenaya Deemahi Tanno Skanda Prachothayathu:|| Lord Muruga Japa moola Mantra (For spiritual success and peace) “Om Sharavana-bhavaya Namaha” Meaning: … Continue reading Lord Muruga – Important and Powerful Mantras

Sri Subrahmanya Ashtottara Sata Nâmavali

Hari Om The names of Lord Skanda (Muruga) are innumerable. But for the sake of shortness,108 of His descriptive names are enumerated in Sanskrit as below. In each instance, the sādhaka (practitioner) recites a name visualizing that the Lord Muruga stands before him or her, and mentally bows down before the Lord with each recitation. … Continue reading Sri Subrahmanya Ashtottara Sata Nâmavali

Sri Sikkal Singaravelan Temple – The Miraculous Temple of Lord Muruga

Hari Om Om Saravana Bhava! Sikkal Singaravelan Temple is situated about 5 KM from Nagapattinam on the Nagapattinam-Tiruvarur route. This is a Saiva temple with Lord Siva bearing the name Sri Navaneetheswara Swamy. But the main deity is Lord Subrahmanya called Singaravelan. Sage Vasishta made a sivalinga in butter extracted from the milk of the … Continue reading Sri Sikkal Singaravelan Temple – The Miraculous Temple of Lord Muruga

Kaavadi—The Symbol of Tapasya And Courage

Hari Om Lord Shanmukha is the Pratyaksha Devata of this Kali Yuga. He is readily pleased with His devotees to whom He grants both Bhukti and Mukti (enjoyments here and Moksha hereafter). Millions are still living who can narrate instances in their own lives to show the miracles brought about by propitiation of Lord Shanmukha. … Continue reading Kaavadi—The Symbol of Tapasya And Courage

Miracle of Tiruchendur Lord Muruga

Hari Om Dutch pirates who looted Tiruchendur temple during 17th century had broken the granite statues and taken away Panchaloka idol of Arumuga Peruman to their ship. Suddenly there was heavy storm and rain. Being afraid of this sudden development they tied the idol in a rope and dropped it in the sea. The storm … Continue reading Miracle of Tiruchendur Lord Muruga

The Various Names of Lord Muruga

Hari Om ‘Lord Muruga’ —the very word vibrates with charm, splendour, valor, beauty, knowledge, bliss and power.  Devotees worship Him, breathes Him, admire Him, adore Him, respect him and love Him because they find that there is a arresting and powerful divine and magnetic appeal in Him.    Lord Skanda or Subrahmanya is known by … Continue reading The Various Names of Lord Muruga

Siruvapuri Murugan Temple

Hari Om Siruvapuri Balasubramanyaswamy temple is one of the most powerful temples of Lord Muruga or Karthikeya. It is located about 40 kms from Chennai on Chennai-Kolkata highway.  The temple is of significant importance and relevance with its history from the epic Ramayana. It is believed that Lava and Kusa, the sons of Rama resided in this place. When Rama was passing this location, … Continue reading Siruvapuri Murugan Temple

About Lord Muruga and His Grace

Hari Om Lord Murugan is son of Shivji and Parvati Devi who is believed that He himself taught the Tamil language to Saint Agastiyar. His Other nick names: Skandan, Kantha, Karthigeyan, Kumaran, Mayilvaganan, Velayuthan, Gughan, Subramanyan, Senthilnathan, Saravanan, Singaravelan, Velan, Soorasankaran, Vishagan, Vallimanallan and also known as “The Warrior God" (Deva Senapathy). The following concluding … Continue reading About Lord Muruga and His Grace