Thiruvallikeni Swami Emperumanar Avathara Utsavam: Day 6 and 7

Swami Emperumanar

As a part of ongoing Swami Emperumanar Avathara Utsavam, the 7th day Utsavam took place at Thiruvallikeni Sri Parthasarathy Perumal Temple on April 18th, 2018 (Srivilambi Chithirai Karthigai). In the morning, Emperumanar was decorated beautifully with several abharanams like kaasu malai, pendants and a big crown. On that crown, He looked like a king and He was adorned with jasmine, rose and thulasi garlands. Then He had Periya Thiruveedhi purappadu on palanquin. In the evening, He had a auspicious alankaram with a lot of ornaments and flower garlands and had Thiruveedhi purappadu on pushpa pallaku. Pallaku was fully decorated with flower garlands like kanakambaram, jasmine and thulasi. It indicates our national tricolor.

The 6th day of the Utsavam was celebrated well on 17th April 2018 (Sri Vilambi Chithirai Bharani). In the morning, Swami Emperumanar had alankaram with beautiful flower garlands and abharanams and He wore pearl fixed crown. Grand satrumurai and sevakalam took place with arulicheyal and veda parayana ghosti. Then He was ascended on Kuthirai vaahanam and had purappadu on Periya Thiruveedhi. On that time, Mandagapadi Kandarulal was happened in Sri Yathiraja Mutt. The People of the temple participated there and had the blessings of Swami Emperumanar. After purappadu, prasadham was given to the devotees. Later in the evening, Swami Emperumanar had Thozhukkiniyan purappadu. Several astikas participated in the Utsavam and received the blessings of Swami Emperumanar.

For previous day’s photos, please visit: Thiruvallikeni Swami Emperumanar Avathara Thirunakshatra Utsavam: Day 1

Thiruvallikeni Swami Emperumanar Avathara Thirunakshatra Utsavam: Day 2

Thiruvallikeni Swami Emperumanar Avathara Utsavam: Day 3 to 5

Some of the photos taken during the occasion are as follows:

Day 6 (Morning- Kuthirai vaahanam)

Swami Emperumanar

Day 6 (Evening – Thozhukiniyan purappadu)

Day 7 (Morning- Thiruveethi purappadu)

Day 7 (Evening- Pushpa pallaku)

Photo Courtesy : Sri Raghavan Nemili Vijayaraghavachari

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