Celebrated on the last Friday in the month of Makaram (February first week). The rituals are performed strictly in accordance with the traditional practice. I t is believed that the Devi showers generous blessings on those who see the Mudiyettu Thalappoli from beginning to end.

The main festival of Sree Kurumbakkavu Bhagavati Temple is marked by “Filling of Para” at Devi Sannidhi by a senior member of Chengamanad Thaliyil Mana. Women from far and near flock to the temple in the evening to offer Ponkala

A fully adorned Devi gives Darsanam to devotees in the Midhuna Lagna on Makam Star in the month of Kumbha. It is believed that all sins whether committed intentionally or unintentionally will be removed by Devi’s Darsanam.

In commemoration of the ‘Kalasham’ held in connection with renovation of the temple, BRAHMAKALASHABHISHEKAM is held every year on the 3rd of May. The rituals are performed according to tantrik rites under the leadership of Vezhapparambu Krishnan Nambuthiri.

Devotional readings on Bhagavan’s incarnations such as Varahavatharam, Narasimhavatharam, Vamanavatharam, Sri Krishnavatharam, Rukminiswayamvaram and Kapilopadesham which extends to a period of seven days. The Saptaha, attended by thousands of devotees is held every year in the last week of September. Everyday devotees offer food materials at Saptaha Mandapa for Annadaanam at noon.

The Navaratri Sangeetolsavam, already well known as “Poickkattussery Sangeetholsavam,” attracts talented and renowned artistes inside and outside Kerala. The recitals follow the style of keerthanas and ragas performed at Thiruvananthapuram Theerthpada Mandapam during Navaratri festival.

On the day of Vjaya Dashami, after ‘Pooja Eduppu’, Vidyarambham is held at the Navaratri Mandapam where the first letters are written on the tongues of children who are brought from far and near.


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