Rathasapthami literally means 7th day of the chariot – in this case, the chariot of the God Sun when he moves North. It occurs on the New Moon day in the Tamil calendar month Thai. Rathasapthami was performed today (Tuesday, 23rd January) at the Kalasapakkam river Cheyaru, Theerthavari was performed on the deities of the God and the Goddess at the Thiruvannamalai temple.
The grand Navarathri festival occasion and celebration will be performed with special prayers and pooja and processions in the famous Thiruvannamalai temple of Lord Arunachalewara.
On the 3rd day of Navarathri, the deity of Goddess Gajalakshmi will be specially adorned with jewels and flowers.
A grand procession of the deities of Goddess Durgai Amman (Andal) and the Goddess Aadhi Kamakshi Amman will be taken on a special palanquin carriage of the Goddess Madurai Meenakshi.
Daily Poojas at Temple
|09.30 PM||Artha Jamam|
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