TIRUCHENDUR TEMPLE

Take a 360° view virtual tour of Tiruchendur Temple, Arulmigu Subramaniya Swamy Temple, Tiruchendur is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is second among six abodes of Lord Murugan (Arupadai veedu) situated in Tamil Nadu, India. The puranic name or historical name for this temple is Jayanthipuram.

Tiruchendur 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 19 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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TIRUCHENDUR TEMPLE

The temple is dedicated to Murugan, the warrior deity and the First son of Shiva and Parvati. When Murugan came here for the conquest along with his army, he found it to be very small and ordered the celestial architect Viswakarma to expand it. The town came to know with several names like Tiruchendil, Jayanthipuram, Thiruchilavay, and Srisandhinagaram. It is believed to be the place where Muruga conquered the demon Surapadma. It is believed that the demigods of Muruga wanted to worship him in a place where there were a mountainous tract, sea, and river and hence Tiruchendur was chosen.

The temple, which is built near the seashore, measures 299ft north to south, 213 ft east to west, and has a nine-tier gopuram, or tower gate, that is 157 feet high.

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