Thiruchendur Murugan temple is an ancient temple located in Tamil Nadu. The temple is one of the six Arupadaiveedu temples of Lord Muruga. The temple has a traditional South Indian style, with features of architecture, with delightful entrance called 'Rajagopuram'. Early the temple was known as Jayantipuram. Devotees from all over it come from to seek blessing from the Lord Muruga. The temple also crowned with the tittle for having the longest devotee pathway. This temple is one of the largest construction symbol by saints, 3 holy saints build up this memorial temple. Government has certificated his temple with ISO affiliation, counted 4th in certification. The temple is one of the six major abodes, or sacred temples, of the Kaumaram religion. Soorasamharam, a reenactment of the victory over Sarapadman, and Kanda Shasti, a devotional song in praise of Lord Muruga are performed at the temple. Devotees offer prayers with the combined blessing bestowed with enormous wealth, peace, harmony and never ending prosperity, eliminating all bad and evil effects and negativeness from planetary positioning, free from disease and bondage's.