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     By the blessings of Elders, Gurus and Gods a non profit religious organization with the name as “Sree Anugraha Ayyappa Temple Trust” was created to spread the cult of Lord Ayyappa viz. universal brotherhood among all persons irrespective of religion, caste, creed or community on 27.08.2010.

The aims and objectives of the above Trust are:

  • Land purchase for Temple at Madurai
  • Bore well with motor for Temple
  • Three phase EB connection
  • Construction of Sree Anugraha Ayyappa Sanctum Sanctorum
  • Construction of  Lord Valampuri Ganapathy Sannidhi
  • Construction of Lord Tiruchendur Murugan Sannidhi
  • Construction  of Goddess Meenakshi Sannidhi
  • Construction  of  Lord Periya Karuppan Sannidhi
  • Construction  of  Lord Chinna Karuppan Sannidhi

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Ayyappa History

       Sabarimala Sree Ayyappa Temple is one of the most ancient and prominent Sastha temples in the country. Located in the Western Ghat mountain ranges of Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, Sabarimala Sri Dharmasastha Temple is one of the few Hindu temples in India that is open to all faiths. The shrine of Sabarimala is one of the most remote shrines in southern India yet it still draws three to four million pilgrims each year. Surrounded by mountains and dense forest Sabarimala is believed to be the place where Ayyappan meditated. Perhaps the best known pilgrimage destination in Kerala is Sabarimala. Sabarimala Sri Dharmasastha Temple is the most famous and prominent among all the Sastha Temples. It is believed that "Parasurama Maharshi" who retrieved Kerala from the sea by throwing his axe, installed the idol of Ayyappa at Sabarimala to worship Lord Ayyappa.

     The pilgrimage begins in the month of November and ends in January. The temple attracts pilgrims not only from the southern states of India, but also from other parts of the country and abroad. The shrine gets thronged with devotees especially during the main pilgrim season from November to January. Mandala pooja and Makaravilakku are the two main events of the pilgrim season. The temple stays closed during the rest of the year except for the first five days of every Malayalam month and during Vishu (April). 

     Certain customs are to be strictly observed if one has to undertake a pilgrimage to Sabarimala. A pilgrim attending the Mandalapooja should observe austerities for 41 days. During this period, the pilgrim should abstain himself from non vegetarian food and carnal pleasures. Pilgrims set out in groups under a leader, and each carry a cloth bundle called Irumudi kettu containing traditional offerings. Unlike certain Hindu temples, Sabarimala temple has no restrictions of caste or creed. The temple is open to males of all age groups and to women who have either passed their fertility age and those before reaching the stage of puberty. The easiest route is via Chalakkayam, by which one can reach the banks of the river Pamba by vehicle. Pamba is the main halting point on the way to Sabarimala. From here one has to trek 4 to 5 kms to reach the temple.

   
 
 
 

OUR MAIN SERVICE:

    Annadhanam (Mass Feeding)

  1. At Pamba, Sabarimala on April 16th Every Year
  2. At Madurai During December Month of Every Year

Sponsorships Are Welcomed
Anticipated Expenses at Pamba, Sabarimala is Rs : 150000.00
                                             And at Madurai is Rs : 100000.00

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