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Kartikeya

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Karthikeya also known as Murugan, Skanda and Subramanya are the Hindu god of war. He is the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the devas and the son of Shiva. He is also the primary deity of the Kaumaram sect of Hinduism. Murugan is often referred to as Tamiḻ Kadavu and is worshipped primarily in areas with Tamil influences, especially in Tamilnadu , Kerala, Puducherry, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Reunion. His six most important shrines in India are the Six Abodes of Murugan also known literally meaning six warehouses, temples located in Tamil Nadu. In Bengal, Odisha and Maharashtra, he is popularly known as Kartikeya. He is known as Subrahmanya, Muruga or Palani Andava in Kerala.
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Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple Nandi Grama

This Shiva temple complex, lying close to Bengaluru is identified as one of the oldest temples of Karnataka, traced to 9th century

Chaturmukha Brahmeswara Temple Chebrole

Chaturmukha Brahmeswara temple is unique for not just housing Brahma but for its 2000 year history along with other ancient temples at Chebrolu

Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple Mopidevi

Temple is believed that Lord Subramanya appeared in the dreams of an ardent devotee Veeravarapu Parvathalu and revealed his whereabouts.

Kukke Subramanya Temple Sullia

Kukke Subramanya is a Hindu temple located in the village of Subramanya, Karnataka Here Kartikeya is worshipped as Subramanya, lord of all serpents

Subramanya Swamy Temple Mallam

Temple was built by the King Pandya Bhupathi during 630 A.D. Later renovated by Chola rules during 10th and 11th centuries.