Maya is born to Asurendran and Mangala Kesi.
Maya maries sage Kasyapa
The birth of Churapatuman
Maya and sage Kasyapa take the form of lions and give birth to Singhamukhan , the lion-faced brother of Churapatuman.
Maya and sage Kasyapa take the form of elephants and give birth to Tarakasuran , the elephant-faced brother of Churapatuman.
Maya and sage Kasyapa take the form of goats and give birth to Ajamukhi, the goat-headed sister of Churapatuman. The birth of another two lakh (200,000) asuras. They pay respects to their parents. Churapatuman seeks the grace of Lord Siva by performing tapas (austerities). Churapatuman receives the boon to rule 1008 worlds and 108 ages (yugas) of the world. Upon receiving the boons, the arrogant Cūrapatuman imprisons the devas. The devas tell their grievance to Lord Siva. Lord Siva promises to produce a son who will end the devas' sufferings Six sparks appear from Lord Siva's third eye and land in Saravana Poykai (a marshy lake in Himalaya). The six sparks transform into six baby boys in six lotus flowers. The six charming baby boys are brought up by the six Krttika nymphs (the Pleiades). Mother Uma Devi lovingly gathers all six babies and transforms them into the six-faced Arumukhan. Lord Murugan receives the Vel (divine lance) from His Father Lord Siva Lord Murugan sets out for battle with Cūrapatuman to end the suffering of the devas Tarakasuran turns himself into the Kraunca Mountain, but is felled by Lord Murugan's Vel. Lord Murugan sends Virabahu Devar as envoy to Curapatuman. Churapatuman speaks arrogantly with Virabahu Devar. Churapatuman being advised by his younger brother, Singhamukhan, to avoid war with Lord Murugan. Churapatuman rebukes Singhamukhan Singhamukhan dies while fighting Lord Murugan. Churapatuman transforms into a monstrous upside-down mango tree in the ocean Churapatuman transforms into a monstrous upside-down mango tree in the ocean Lord Murugan, using His mighty Vel, splits the tree and one half transforms as a peacock and the other as a cock Lord Murugan takes the cock as His victory flag and the peacock as His vehicle Lord Murugan performs Siva puja (prayers) at Tiruchendūr and sheds His Divine Grace upon the people Lord Indra presents the hand of His daughter Devasenu (Teyvanai) in marriage to Lord Murugan, who ended the sufferings of the devas. The marriage takes place at Tirupparankundram Lord Murugan sheds His divine grace upon Sri Lakshmi, Kamadhenu (the fabled cow which supplies every want in the world of Gods), Surya (Lord Sun), Bhumi Devi (Mother Earth), and Agni (Lord of fire), at Tiruvavinankudi.
Lord Murugan explains the meaning of the pranava mantra ('OM'), to His Father, Lord Siva, at Tiruverakam (Swamimalai
Lord Murugan in His universal form (Viswarupam) at Palamutircholai Lord Murugan, assuming the form of a Vedar (hunter), seeks Valli's love. Lord Murugan returns in the form of an old man to seek Valli's love. The marriage of Sri Valli and Lord Murugan Lord Murugan with Valli & Theivaanai