Offerings of Presiding Deity

Arunazhi Payasam: It is a sweet porridge prepared with six nazhi (seer) raw rice, six nazhi ghee, six kilogram of jiggery, dried ginger, cardamom, raisings and six coconut as ingredients.

Padeni Kolas: It is a kind of rustic humorous rivalry usually performed during festivals in Devi Temple. It is performed in connection with Thiruvulsavam as an offering to the deity. The devotees can dedicate this eight-day long festival as an offer. The festival is concluded on the eighth day with “Valiya Padeni”

Bhagavathipooja: It is a special Pooja with kumkumam, kalabham are performed during temple festival seasons. Pooja is a prior ritual performed by Hindus to worship one or more deities. In Sanskrit the word “pooja” means “reverence” or adoration. The two main areas where pooja is performed in the home and temples to mark certain stages of life or some festivals like “Lakshmi Pooja and Durga Pooja”.

Rakthapushpanjali: Red flower like hibiscus, red nerium and exora are mainly used for this offering.

Kadumpayasam:  It is one of the favourite offerings of Devi.  This payasam is prepared with twofold of all the items used in arunazhipayasam.

Archanakal: This includes ashtothara archana, sahsranama archana, sree sooktham archana, Devi mahatmyam archana etc., this archanas are performed with chanting the holly mantras.

Pushpanjalikal: Different flowers are used for this offering. This archanas are performed with chanting the holly mantras too Different flowers are used for this offering. This archanas are performed with chanting the holly mantras too

May Devi shower her blessings, of good health and prosperity, on one and all!