The devotee who seeks the darshan of Lord Murugan, the Tamils' most beloved God. For those who seek His blessings for the upward climb of kundalini, the aru-pa-dai-vee-du, meaning "six encampments, " is the pilgrimage of choice. The destinations of this journey are first Tirupparankundram, then Tiruchendur, followed by Palani, Swamimalai, Tiruttani, and finally Palamuthirsolai. Murugan is called in the Vedas, was born of a red spark from Supreme God Siva's third eye. This Deity of the spiritual path is held in the highest regard by the Tamil people, who call Him Murugan, meaning "beautiful." Tirupparankundram lights a fire in the Muladhara chakra governing memory at the base of the spine. Tiruchendur moves the next chakra, svadhishthana, below the navel, governing reason. Palani animates the Manipura chakra of willpower at the solar plexus. Swamimalai spins the heart chakra, Anahata, the center of direct cognition. Tiruttani opens the vishuddha chakra of divine love at the throat, and Palamuthirsolai electrifies the third eye of divine sight, Ajna chakra. He Married Valli and Deivanai. We celebrate Panguni Utram for Lord Murugan. This is the Grand festival in TamilNadu.In Panguni Utram or many other festivals Murugar and his wives Valli and Deivanai are came to Oorvalam and Give the Dharshan to the People.