Arupadai veedu or Aarupadai veedu refers to the six consecrated havens of Hindu God, Lord Karthikeya - generally called Lord Muruga, Shanmuga, Guhan, Skanda, Subramanya or Kumara. These six temples are located at Thiruthani, Swamimalai,Palani, Pazhamudircholai, Thirupparankunram and Thiruchendur. The First House in Arupadai Veedu is the temple at Tiruparankundram, which is the principal spot of Lord Muruga and is in the temple city of Madurai. Out of the Aarupadai Veedu of Lord Murugan, only Thiruchendur stands on the coastline and the rest are by and large located on top of various mountains. A temple attains â€˜Padai Veeduâ€™ status where God Muruga along with his military forces stayed before every battle against the demons. Evidently, Thiruchendur is the primary spot where Lord Murugan stayed with his forces stayed, when he proceeded to defeat the demon Soorapadman. This holy temple celebrates the event, & quot;Soorasamharam & quot; in a spectacular way every year on the auspicious day of Kandha Sashti. Pazhani (Palani) is situated in Dindigul District, on the Palani slant base (Malai Adivaram) called Thiruaavinankudi, where the presiding deity of the temple is known as "Kuzhanthai Velayuthaswami & quot; Haven at Thiruthani stands at an incline with 365 steps indicating the 365 days of a year. Lord Murugan recouped his interior concordance by seeking peace in the wake of the war with Demon Soorapadman. Pazhamudircholai is 20 kms away from Madurai and is positioned on Solaimalai hills with a hallowed stream close by called "Nupura Gangai". Out of the six Arupadai Veedu temples, this temple is where the Lord stands with His consorts Valli and Deivanai and blesses his devotees. Swamimalai haven has sixty steps and each one is named after the sixty Tamil years. The first thirty steps lead to the second precinct of the temple. The statue of Swaminathaswamy is 6 ft (1.8 m) tall. Swaminathaswamy is adorned with splendid armours, glittering and glimmering crowns and a valuable stone lance, which is a visual treat to the visiting pilgrims.