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Place Category: Hindu Temples
Sri Murugan Hill Temple
The temple initial discovery was at Lam San Village by Mr. Shanmugam. A plumber attached to the R.A.F. He spotted a small divine structure that resembled the shrine of “Lord Muneeswaran”. Mr. Shanmugam related the meeting during the R.A.F local staff Unions meeting Mr. Lingam, the present Presidents was also a member the.In 1962, with the villagers support the first “Pooja” was offered to mark the founding of the Shrine. A year later, while clearing the surrounding area the Fire they set spread to the neighbouring Huts. A report was made by the Landowner and the activity was stopped, leaving the place deserted without offering any Prayers.
On one Tuesday at down, Mr. Lingam had a dream. An Old Man dressed in white knocked at his door and uttered “Go and Light up the shrine and offer prayers as usual. It would do good to you.” Thus came the rebirth of the Temple. Mr. Lingam, with his friend Mr. Pappaiya Naidu and the villagers began to offer prayers once again. In 1969 with help of MP Mr. Tang See Chin, the temple was given a temporary permit. In 21 Feb 1973, Temple was given a temporary permit. In 21 Feb 1973, Temple was given a temporary License for an area of 2,000 sq ft. The Temple was officially registered on March 1973 as “MURUGAN HILL TEMPLE” of 9V, Sungei Tengah Road, 121/2 miles off Chua Chu Kang. In 1974, Mr. Lingam become the Presidents was transferred Changi in course of his duty. The Temple was transformed from Muneeswaran to Murugan Hill Temple after the installation of main Deity Lord Muruga. Also, by the suggestion of Priest from the “Maha Mariamman Temple” of Johore.
The orther deities of the temple include Lord Shiv & Shakti, Lord Ganesha, NavGraha, Shre sai baba, Shri Hanuman, Shri Annapoorni, Shri Durga, Aiyappan, Shri Subramaniyam, Rahu ketu, Shri Naga Rajar, Shri Vairavar and Shri Idumbar
Daily Pooja Times:
Morning 7.00 AM and 12.00 Noon, Evening 6.00 PM to 9:00 PM, Raagu Kaala Poojai 3.00 PM, Prathosam 4.00 PM