Murugan Para lies around 8 km away from the pristine hill station of Vagamon. Murugan Para is a temple cut out from rocks. It is devoted to Lord Murugan. It lies on the eastern side of Kurisumala Hill. Every year, Murugan Para is visited by hundreds of devotees. Murugan Para is also a tourist favourite because of the way it is carved out of the rocks. According to some widely popular opinions, these carvings date back to the Stone Age. This place is an example of men’s effort to produce art from inanimate objects such as rocks and stones. Do not miss Murugan Para while you are holidaying at Vagamon.