The Divine Weddings of Lord Muruga

Hari Om The Weddings I. Deivayanai Lord Shanmukha after His victory over the Asuras released all the Devas, who had been groaning as prisoners under the tyranny of the Asuras. To the great joy of the Devas, Subrahmanya returned to Tiruchendur with His victorious army and stayed there for a while. The Devas, along with … Continue reading The Divine Weddings of Lord Muruga

Pragnya Vivardhana Karthikeya Stotram for Gaining Intelligence and Concentration

Hari Om This extremely rare stotram (prayer) to Lord Muruga or Subrahmanya helps one enhance their intelligence, concentration and wisdom. This Mantra from the Rudhra Yamela Tantra, when combined with right efforts, is very good for the students to receive better and gainful results in their studies, exams and learning. It is believed that even … Continue reading Pragnya Vivardhana Karthikeya Stotram for Gaining Intelligence and Concentration

Sri Karttikeya and Tarakasura

Hari Om Sri Karttikeya and Tarakasura According to Skanda Maha Purana—Mahesvar Khanda After Bali, Kal Khanja, Maharoudra, Kalakeya, Nivata Kavacha, etc., were born as enemies to Indra. Tarakasura, son of Namuchi, did severe Tapasya or penance. Brahma was pleased. Tarakasura wanted to be Ajar, Amar and Ajeya (imperishable, immortal and invincible). Brahma gave him the … Continue reading Sri Karttikeya and Tarakasura

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

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

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

Spiritual Significance of Lord Muruga, His Two Wives And The Spear

Hari Om Lord Muruga, the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, is extensively worshiped by many from all around the world. The brother of Lord Ganesha also goes by the name of Lord Subrahmanya and as Lord Karthikeya or Karthik in the Northern parts of India. His weapon is the Vel (Spear) which is … Continue reading Spiritual Significance of Lord Muruga, His Two Wives And The Spear