Known to be one of the six battle camps of Lord Murugan, Swamimalai in Tamil Nadu is a town that is rife with religious fervor- indeed, the name of the town, meaning 'God's Mountain', itself indicates the richness of culture and pathos that the town boasts of. The town has a lot of mythological significance, and legend has it that the meaning of AUM was explained by Lord Karthikeya to Lord Shiva, his father, at Swamimalai.
To reach this place of holiness and worship, one can always enjoy a five-five and a half hour drive through NH 67. The distance is about 280 kilometers and a taxi can be hired from Coimbatore. The rate of the taxi depends upon the type of car hired, and whether it is an AC car or a non-AC one, although the approximate rate orbits between Rs.5000-6000. Buses traverse from Coimbatore to Swamimalai, and they are bound to cost you about 200 bucks. If you are comfortable with railways, the Jan Shatabdi Express runs between Coimbatore to Kumbakonam, which the railway station nearest to Swamimalai- from Kumbakonam one can hire a taxi, but be ready for negotiations. The train journey will cost you around Rs. 1,500 and will take approximately six hours of travelling time.
Distance between Coimbatore and Swamimalai is and the average travel time is using a cab.
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Swamimalai is a town and part of the district that locates itself in Thanjavur district in the state of Tamil Nadu. The direct transports available to the city are bus. The nearest railway station is Jolarpettai being 6 KM away from the city centre. The nearest airport to Swamimalai is Trichy Airport, Tamil Nadu which is 90 km away. International tourists who wish to travel to Swamimalai can arrive on International Airport Chennai, Tamil Nadu and board by bus or train. The city is accessible by road from Chennai through Kumbakonam bypass road straight to Swamimalai. Tourists can also hire easily available cabs from Chennai to Swamimalai through services like Savaari Car Rentals..
The city is famous for the temple of Lord Karthikeya being one of the six temples in the whole world. The temple is considered to be one of the largest Hindu temples of lord karthikeya in the world to be still in function. Citys internal visits are accessible by transports including local taxis, buses and auto-rickshaws. The place is highly religious and the tourism attached is related to several small temples around the area. The story about the temple is that Lord Shiva the father of the Lord Karthikeya considered him as his disciple and the father of the lord listening to his disciple in the temple. The recreation of the wisdom after a debate with the sacred pranava mantra between the Lord Brahma and the Lord Karthikeya where the Lord Brahma fails to convey the meaning of the mantras. The temple is constructed on a golden chariot same as The Golden Temple with about a hundred pounds of precious metals of Gold and Silver. The worship in the temple is carried by almost 6 times on a normal day and festivals extending it.