Festivals Date Description
Chithra Powrnami Festival (Kodiyetra Thiruvizha)

30/04/2017 to 


Chitra Pournami is observed on the day of the full moon in the month of Chithirai or chaitra, corresponding in the Gregorian calendar to a day in April or May.
The festival is dedicated to Chitragupta, a Hindu deity who is believed to record the good and bad deeds done by men for Yama, the Hindu god of the underworld.
On this day, devotees ask Chitragupta to forgive their sins.
Maha Kumbaabishegam Anniversary (Varushaabishegam) 27/08/2017

Our annual Varushabishegam will be grandly celebrated for 7 days as ASHTADHARA SATHA KALASABHISHEGAM (108 KALASIBHISHEGAM) from 21/8/2017 to 27/8/2017. During this auspicious year of Hevilambi year the tamil month of 11th  day of Avani (27/08/2017, Sunday), Seven days Varusabishegam festival will be conducted. 



to 29/09/2017

An Euphony of spiritualism entwined with Vedic chants during the nine night dedicated to our Mother.
The display pavilion is the most elaborate and simply the best decorated in South East Asia.
Primordial but enchanting Sri Devi Mahatmiyam, sung from the sacred Vedic scriptures are pleasantly heard daily for these continued period of nine(9) divine days.
Purataasi Sani.

23/9/2017 30/9/2017, 7/10/2017, 14/10/2017

Purattaasi Sani(Saturday) is an auspicious day for LordVishnu.
Deepavali  18/10/2017

One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, it spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair.

Skantha Sashti

20/10/2017 to 


Sashti Tithi is dedicated to Lord Skanda. Devotees keep fast during Shukla Paksha Sashti day.

For Skanda Sashti Vratam the day when Sashti Tithi is combined with Panchami Tithi is preferred.

Hence Skanda Sashti Vratam might be observed on Panchami Tithi.

Thai Pongal & Thamizh New Year (Varusha Pirappu) 14/01/2018 Thai Pongal is a Tamil Hindu harvest festival.

Thai Pongal is a four-day festival which according to theGregorian calendar is normally celebrated from January 13 to January 16, but sometimes it is celebrated from January 14 to January 17. This corresponds to the last day of the Tamil month Maargazhi to the third day of the Tamil month Thai.

Maha Sivaraathiri 13/02/2018 Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the God Shiva.

The festival, which means “The Great Night of Shiva”, is also popularly known as “Shivaratri”

Unlike most Hindu festivals which are celebrated during the day, Maha Shivaratri is celebrated at night.

Guru Peyarchi 02/09/2017 The GURU(Jupiter) planet transition takes place on 02 SEPTEMBER 2017, Saturday (Tamil Year: Hevilambi,Tamil Month / Date: Aavani  17th ) at 09.32am. The transition is from the KANNI Rasi  to THULAM Rasi.
Sani Peyarchi 19/12/2017 The SANI (Saturn) planet transition takes place on 19 December 2017, Tuesday (Tamil Year: Hevilambi,
Tamil Month / Date: Margazhi 04th ) at 12:57PM. The transition is from the Viruchuga Rasi  to Thansu Rasi.
Raagu Kaethu Peyarchi 27/07/2017 Sri Raagu Bhagavan - move from Shimma to Kadakam and Sri Kethu Bhagavan Move from Kumba to Magaram. Time 3:08PM