The Tiruchendur Temple dedicated to Lord Murugan, and is one of the six special abodes of Lord Murugan, called as Arupadai Veedu. It is a popular and major pilgrim centre of south India. The temple has a 156ft tall nine stage main tower that dates back to the 17th century. Bathing in the Tiruchendur Sea and the Nazhi Kinaru [sacred well] and visiting the Valli cave are some important rituals practiced by visiting devotees.
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