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Kumbakonam Sri Oppiliappan Temple Panguni Brahmotsavam: Day 1 and 2

Sri Oppiliappan Temple

Today 3rd April 2018 (Hevilambi Swathi), the 2nd day of the Panguni Brahmotsavam was celebrated at Sri Oppiliappan Temple, Thirunageshwaram, Kumbakonam. In the morning, Sri Ponnappan and Sri Bhudevi Thayar had Thiruveethi purappadu on palanquin. The DivyaDampathis were adorned with flower garlands and abharanams. Sri Nigamantha Mahadesikan had great alangaram and He had purappadu on separate palanquin. Several astikas have been participated in the purappadu.

On the previous day, Day 1 of the Panguni Brahmotsavam was celebtrated. In the morning Dwajorhanam was performed. Sri Bhudevi samedha Sri Oppiliappan were beautifully decorated. Then Perumal and Thayar were ascended in Indira vimanam. Vimanam were decorated with full of several type of flowers. DivyaDampathis gave scintillating darshan to the astikas.

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

Day 1 (Indira Vimanam)

Sri Oppiliappan Temple

Day 2 (Pallakku)

 

Photo Courtesy : Sri Kannan Vedantha Desikar and Chakrapani Iyengar

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