There is a famous shrine dedicated to Lord Muruga in this temple which is situated in Kodaikanal. To be specific, the temple is situated three kilometers from the lake. This temple is associated with the Kurinji flowers, which carpets at hill sides and bloomes once in 12 years. From this temple one can have a view of Palani and Vaigai dam.
The weather and the cool breeze make you feel spiritual and more divine when you first enter the temple. The locals consider this temple to be a very important temple. Apart from divinity, the temple offers you peace and grabs you the time to relax.
Another great thing is the Kurunji flower, which blossoms only once in 12 years. The temple is one of the Kodaikanal’s most revered places of worship. Built under Leelavathi Ramanathan in the year 1936, this temple is dedicated to the ‘God of the Hills’- Lord Muruga. The beautiful surroundings, characterised by undulating forest-covered terrains, exude immense natural beauty.