It is indeed strange that almost all the major Murugan koils
are built on high hills, besides the Arupadeaiveedus. Hence the usage - 'He is
the Lord of Hills'. Murugan is a byword for
raining boons on the adorers, the moment he sees their unconditional total
surrender at any time. To be true, the devotees' unflinching, infinite implicit
faith is rewarded beyond their expectation. No saranagatha ever regrets of his
devotion soulful to him, nor complains of withholding boons by him after genuine
prayers. The beatitude experienced by the devotees is beyond the power of words.
Several types of prayer services are offered by everyone both at home or in the
temples. Their number could not be clothed in astronomical figures too. Among
them, there are old, sick, infirm, ranging from kids tottering centenarians. So
some sort of facility has to be provided for them.