The daily poojas in the temple

The temple is open at 3 am and closees after the day’s poojas and rituals around 10 pm. Normally there are five poojas and three circumambulatory processions called Sreeveli, propitiating the celestial deities and carrying the Loard’s Thidambu on elephant’s back. During the days of Udayasthamana Poojas there will be a total of twenty one poojas.

THE TEMPLE OPENS AT 3.00 AM & TEMPLE WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN 1.30PM AND 4.30PM AND REOPENS AT 4.30 PM

  • Nirmalyam
    3.00am to 3.30am
    Oilabhishekam, Vakacharthu, Sankhabhishekam
    3.20am to 3.30am
    Malar Nivedyam, Alankaram
    3.30am to 4.15am
    Usha Nivedyam
    4.15am to 4.30am
    Ethirettu pooja followed by Usha pooja
    4.30am to 6.15am
    Seeveli,Palabhishekam, Navakabhishekam, Pantheeradi Nivedyam, and Pooja
    7.15am to 9.00am
    Ucha pooja (the noon pooja)
    11.30am to 12.30pm
  • Seeveli
    4.30pm to 5.00pm
    Deeparadhana
    6.00pm to 6.45pm
    Athazha pooja Nivedyam
    7.30pm to 7.45pm
    Athazha pooja
    7.45pm to 8.15pm
    Athazha seeveli
    8.45pm to 9.00pm
    Thrippuka, Olavayana
    9.00pm to 9.15pm
    The Sreekovil will be closed
    9.15pm
    On the day of Special Illuminations called “Vilakku” the Thripuka is performed after that. The Sreekovil will be closed after Thripuka. Then the Krishnanattam, a colourful traditional dance-drama on Lord Krishna’s life is enacted inside the Temple on specified days.