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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Pooja Fee Details

In the morning, the Poojakan first awakens the deity, opens the door, lights the lamps, and performs Abhishekam, Malar Nivedyam, Usha Nivedyam, morning Pooja, Pantheeradi Pooja (when the shadow lengthens to 12 steps), Noon Pooja, Sreebali along with any of the Poojas, Pradosha Pooja (evening Pooja, if normally practiced in that temple), Athaazha (night meals)

Pooja Timings

Performed for maintaining the glory of the deities and for obtaining the blessings for the devotees. In the morning, the Poojakan first awakens the deity, opens the door, lights the lamps, and performs Abhishekam, Malar Nivedyam, Usha Nivedyam, morning Pooja, Pantheeradi Pooja (when the shadow lengthens to 12 steps), Noon Pooja, Sreebali along with any

Temple History

A Brahmin lady, devotee of Thaikkattappan, used to visit Sri Poornathrayeesa of Thrippunithura regularly. As per the legend, in her old age, when she was unable to visit the temple, the Poornathrayeesa incarnated himself as Vishnu Chaithanya in Thaikkattu Mahadeva temple and offered his blessing to her. There upon as ‘Devaprasna’ (a ritual to find