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festivities lined up for every month of the year. Here is the list
of festivals celebrated in this temple:
Bramhotsavam : In the Month of Mesha māsa (April-May ), the
annual, 10 day Bramhotsavam festival takes place to celebrate the
birth of the Lord . It is an event that draws a huge gathering from
far off places. On the last (10th) day of the celebrations, (Sukla
Paksha, Hastha Nakshatram) Lord Aprameyā's Bramharathotsavam takes
place. A culturally significant fact of this occasion is that on the
Rathothsavam day, local Muslim families donate Cardamoms, cloves and
scented articles to the Lord.
Dolotsavam: It starts on Prathama Ekadashi in the month of
June-July and runs for five days.
ThiruAdi Pooram : In the moth of July-August celebrates the
birth of Sri Godha devi (a consort of Vishnu and one of the 12
alwars of Sri Vaishnavism).It is observed for 7 days in the Thāyār
Sri Krishna Jayanthi: In the month of August-September, the
birthday of ambégāl (navaneetha) Krishna is celebrated with pomp and
Pavithrotsavam: It is held over four days in the month of
Navarathri Utsavam: This is observed for 10 days in the month of
September - October.
Deepāvali Utsavam , Pushpa Brindavana Utsavam and Krithikai
Deepotsavams are held in October-November ( kārthika masam)
Dhanurmāsa Utsavam: The Lord is adorned with different
alankāras every day of this hindu calendar month in December. For
the last ten days of this month, one can participate in ādhyayana
utsavams in the morning and Kotarothsavam in the evening.
On Shankaranthi day (January 14th), Bhagavān goes around the
temple precincts on his Garuda Vahanam.
Rathasapthami day (February):Surya Mandala rathotsavam takes
place on this auspicious day.
Panguni Utthiram (March) which is the birthday of Goddess
Mahālaksmi is celebrated in Aravindavalli Thayar’s Sannidhi for
Sri Rama Navami Utsavam (March-April) to celebrate the birth
of Sri Rāma is observed for ten days.
Besides these annual events, the temple conducts utsavams on
every Dwadashi (day time) on a fortnightly basis. The devotees can
take part in the weekly utsavams held every Friday, in the evening.