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Rituals performed daily in the mutt include Prabodhanam, Paaraayanam, Nitya Pooja, Naama Sankeertanam & Dolotsavam. On every Ekadashi day, Divyanaama Sankeertanam is conducted specially. Devotees who wish to conduct nitya pooja on their birth days or any such auspicious occassion as they would prefer to can do so by depositing a small amount of Rs.1000/- (For details, contact us)

Apart from these, special utsavams are held at particular times during the year. Chief among these are -

1. Gangavatharana Mahotsavam

Gangavataranam is an utsavam celebrated for ten days during the Tamil month of Karthikai (November-December). The utsavam concludes on Kertika Amavasya, on which thousands of devotees assemble at the mutt to take a dip in the holy river Ganga, as she flows through the well in accordance with the promise given to Sri ayyaval.

The celebrations include 'annadaanam' on all ten days. During the utsavam, pujas, pravachanas, sampradaya bhajans, sangeeta upanyasams, namasankeertanams, Carnatic music recitals, etc are organised in the mutt. The utsavam ends with a procession of Sri Ayyaval.

Click here to view photos of Gangasnanotsavam of past years

2. Ramanavami

The avatara of Lord Sri Rama is celebrated every year during the Tamil months of Panguni-Chitrai. The 9-day celebrations include Srimad Valmiki Ramayana Parayanam, Ramayana upanyasams and Divyanama bhajans. Sri Seetaa-raama Pattabhishekam is performed on the concluding day.

Click here to see this year's Ramanavami pathirikai.

3. Gokulashtami

Similar to Ramanavami, Gokulashtami is an occasion for celebrating the birth and glorious leelas of Lord Srikrishna. The 7-day utsavam comprises of Srimad Bhagavata Parayanam, discourses and Divyanama bhajans. Sri Rukmini Kalyanam is performed on the concluding day, according to the praacheena bhajana sampradaya.

4. Vasanthotsavam

This is a one-day utsavam celebrated on Akshaya Truteeya every year (April/May), to celebrate `Vasantha' (spring season). Fresh flowers which bloom at this time of the year are offered to the Lord, along with bhakti-keertanas. The rituals involve Kotnotsavam (Kuttanotsavam) in the morning, and Deepapradakshina-Vasantakelike-Pavvalimpu at night.

Click here to view Vasanthotsavam pathirikai - 2017

5. Radhakalyanam

This is organised every year in January, honouring the divine love between Radha and Krishna, and the profound philosophical concepts that the union of Radha-Krishna represents.

6. Mahasivarathri

Click here to see this year's Mahasivarathri pathirikai.