Lord Muruga is revered for his six abodes or ‘ArupadaiVeedu’ namely Tirupparankundram, Trichendur, Tiruvavinkudi (Palani), Swamimalai, Tiruttani and Pazhamudircholai. He is the repository of knowledge and the resource for three branches of Tamil literature — prose (iyal), verse (isai) and theatre (natakam). His striking features cannot go unnoticed with the three integral elements – the spear that he holds, the peacock as his mount and the cock adorning his flag. He glows as the very essence of the Vedas and mantras.
Invoking the Arupadai Veedu or the six battle houses of Lord Muruga will confer great happiness, good health and prosperity. You can live a contented life, get the perfect life partner you want, and married couples are blessed with good offspring. Lord Muruga solves problems related to Mars affliction especially Mangala Dosha or Kuja Dosha. He also blesses with good health and prosperity. Lord Subramanya is the ruling deity of Swadishtana Chakra – one of the seven major energy centres of the human body. He bestows confidence by removing fear of all types, removes negative vibrations from your surroundings and replaces it with positive vibes. You can also gain supreme intelligence, leadership, knowledge, wisdom and dispel ignorance.
Arupadai Veedu Lord Muruga Homam will be conducted on Thaipusam which is a propitious day to receive the lord’s choicest blessings. He grants inner eye of intuition, and attracts devotees on whom he causes a magic spell. Devotees carry the ‘kavadi’on their shoulders to mark fulfilment of wishes, and also the day holds great significance as it aids in shedding egoand giving the power of endurance.Worshipping Lord Muruga on this day is said to remove bad effects of karma, give good virtues, positivity and spirituality.