Tamil Tv Show Kandha Sashti Kavacham

Kandha Sashti Kavacham Tamil TV SHOWS on VASANTH TV

This program was aired on Vasanth TV on a regular basis at 5 am and 6 pm respectively. It is a devotional program praising Lord Muruga for a runtime of twenty minutes. The songs played are in devotion to Lord Muruga and depicts the images of his six arsenals. His six arsenals include Thiruparangundram, Thiruchendhur (Thirucheeralaivai), Thiruvavinkudi (Palani), Thiruveragam (Swamimalai), Thiruthani (Kundruthoraadal) and Pazhamudhirsolai. Every Arsenal has an interesting history behind it.

The first Arsenal is considered the most holy as the site has witnessed the wedding of Lord Muruga with Goddesss Deivanai. The second arsenal is believed to give salvations from the sins. This site is also the best pilgrim centre as the temple is on the shores of the Indian Ocean. It is the place, where the monster Surapathman was killed and peace was spread widely. The third Arsenal is found to be the site where Lord Muruga resided after the fight with his elder brother. He is witnessed as a saint in this place. Swamimalai is the place where Lord Muruga taught the Pranava mantra to his father. The fourth arsenal is the place where Lord Muruga was gifted wisdom by his mother, Goddess Parvati.

The last Arsenal is considered to be the place, where Lord Muruga tested Avvai’s humbleness and rewarded the skills to spread the Tamil literature. This song is referred as the shield against evil. The songs for all the six arsenals were written by Devaraya Swamigal. The six songs compiled together was known as Kandha Sashti Kavacham. The famous song among the people is Thiruchendur Kavacham. This show plays one song a day. The songs played were sung by Sulamangalam Sister’s.

The video features various temples including the arsenals of Lord Muruga. It also shows the mangal arati for the decorated statues of Lord Muruga and his wives. India is considered as the home of architecture and is well known for the talents in art and architecture since the King’s rule. The pictures also exhibit the beautifully painted towers and pillars of the temples. The sculptures carved on the towers depict the human life on earth. The highlight of the video is when it portrays the golden tower of Thiruchendhur temple and the idol of Lord Muruga inside the mirror room. The background music for the song gels well and spreads the sense of spirituality and positive attitude. It makes us feel the presence of external force and also spreads inner peace.