The day of Swati Star coupled with Vaishakha Chaturdashi (Meaning: 14th day of second month in Hindu calendar) in the Shuklapaksha (bright fortnight) is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti (Avatar of Lord Narasimha Swamy to end the tyranny of Hiranyakashipu).
Puranas mention seven most sacred Teertha Kshetras or places for pilgrimage, as a means of attaining Moksha. They are said to be: Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya, Kashi, Avanitka, Puri and Dvaravati. Names of some of these places have undergone change.
Aruppadai Veedu is something that is sacred and very close to the hearts of devotees and followers of Murugan (Lord Subrahmanya). You can click here to know more about the Arruppadaiveedu Yatra presented by Pureprayer.