Palani Murugan Temple is one of the six glorious abodes dedicated to Lord Murugan. The temple is located in Palani, Tamil Nadu and is one of the most celebrated Lord Murugan's Aarupadai Veedu. Dhandayuthapani is the presiding deity in Palani Murugan Temple. The divine deity is portrayed in a meditating state, holding up a staff or a 'danda' as a weapon in his hands. The mighty Dhandayuthapani is made from nine minerals known as Navabashanam. The divinity was established in the temple by Siddhar Bhogar.
The established deity in Palani Murugan Temple is also known as Kuzhanthai Velayuthaswami". The tale linked with this name is that this deity was cherished by Goddess Lakshmi or 'Thiru' in Tamil, the sacred cow known as Kamadhenu or 'Aa' in Tamil. It was also revered by the sun God Surya or 'Inan' in Tamil, the mighty earth goddess or 'ku' in Tamil, and the fire deity Agni or 'Di' in Tamil; therefore, the territory came to be known as "Thiruaavinankudi".
Once Sage Narada came to Mount Kailash, Lord Shiva's abode, to present him a fruit called the gnana-Palam or the fruit of proficiency. Lord Shiva decided to grant it to his son, who will come first after besieging the world thrice. After acknowledging the task, Murugan commenced his journey worldwide on his mount peacock. Though, Lord Ganesha inferred that his world is his parents, Shiva and Parvati. So, he took three circles around them and earned the fruit. Murugan got furious, and he decided to evolve from his childhood. He decided to stay as a hermit on a hilltop in Palani.
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