PALANI TEMPLE

Take a 360° view virtual tour of Palani Temple, Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple is the third of the Six Abodes of Murugan(Aarupadai veedugal). It is located in the city of Palani earlier it was known as ‘Thiruavinangudi’, Dindigul district, 150 kilometers southeast of Coimbatore and northwest of Madurai in the foothills of the Palani Hills, Tamil Nadu, India. Palani temple is considered synonymous with Panchamritam, a sweet mixture made of five ingredients.

Palani Temple 360° Virtual Reality Tour has been Digitally photographed in a single-camera set-up for the virtual tour. In this presentation, you can go to 13 places inside the temple.

And the default mode for 2D if you are using a desktop/laptop, and for the best viewing experience and feel being inside the royal palace use the VR Headsets.

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PALANI TEMPLE

As per Hindu legendary beliefs, Sage Narada visited the celestial court of Shiva at Mount Kailash to present to him a fruit, the gnana-palam (literally, the fruit of knowledge). He decided to award it to whichever of his two sons who first encircle the world thrice. Accepting the challenge, Murugan started his journey around the globe on his mount peacock. However, Ganesha, who surmised that the world was no more than his parents Shiva and Shakti combined, circumambulated them and won the fruit. Murugan was furious and felt the need to get matured from boyhood and hence chose to remain as a hermit in Palani. 

The idol of the Muruga in Palani was created and consecrated by sage Bogar, one of Hinduism’s eighteen great siddhaars, out of an amalgam of nine poisonous herbs or Navapashanam.

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