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|Ganapati Abhishekam @10:30AM in front of Baba Temple|
|Ganapati & Ayyappa Abhishekam @7:00PM in Navagraha Building|
|Lord Shiva Abhishekam @7:00PM|
|Hanuman Chalisa (7x) @6:30PM; Archana @7:00PM
Subramanya Abhishekam @7:00PM
|Ram Parivar Abhishekam @7:00PM|
|Radha Krishna Abhishekam @7:00PM|
|Navagraha Abhishekam @11:00AM in Navagraha Building|
|Padmavathi (Lakshmi) Abhishekam @7:00 PM
Parvati Abhishekam @7:30 PM
Lalitha Sahasranama @7:45 PM
Abhishekam, Vishnu Sahasranama, Alankaram @9:00AM
Archana(Available on request) & Darshan @11:30AM
|Shani Puja @1:00PM in Baba Temple|
|Hanuman Abhishekam @7:00PM|
|Hanuman Chalisa Parayanam (1PM – 7PM)|
|Nagendra Swamy Abhishekam|
|Sankata Hara Chaturthi Ganesh Abhishekam @7:00PM|
Padi Pooja, or the pooja of the Pathinettam Padi, is performed in the evening on certain days at the temple.Padi pooja in the name of the 18 Hill Gods of Lord Ayyappa was conducted after Pushpabhishekam.Thantri performed the ritual in the presence of Melsanthi.The hour-long ritual by decorating the Holy Steps with flowers and silk cloths after lighting traditional lamps on each step, concluded with performing “aarathi” by the thantri.
Pradosham is a very auspicious time when the divine couple, Lord Shiva and Parvati, are said to be in a very propitious and favorable mood, bestowing many blessings and granting wishes of those devotees who with sincere prayer and fasting humbly ask God for both material and spiritual benefits.
To Participate in this Puja – RUDRABHISHEKAM
To Register for Annual Abhishekam Visit ANNUAL PRADOSHAM
Everyone, especially children, should have a chance to see the Sahasra Deepam Alankaram of Lord Venkateswara at least once in their lives. When the lights are turned low, and the dipas glisten, it is both beautiful and mystical.
Lord Venkateshwara, SreeDevi and Bhoo Devi will be seated on the Unjal (Swing) as priests chant vedic hymns and devotees light a thousand diyas around them. All are welcome to participate in preparing the deepams and lighting them.
Every religion uses deepas (lights) in their services. Light symbolizes God. Devotees including children will light the lights, setting them on an auspicious path and burning away their sins.