Surya,Chandra vamsa,Solar,Lunar dynasties India.image

History Of India 1 Ikshvaku To Chandragupta Maurya.


Most History text books in India begin with Maurya Dynasty and Bimbisara,as if there were no history in india before that period,dismissing them as Legends and hyperbole in the imagination of Poets.

The History conveniently begins prior to Alexander’s invasion of India.

Alexander’s invasion of India is a myth as revealed by Greek historians.

But the real history of India,as revealed by the Vedas,Puranas,Ramayana,Mahabharatha,Sanskrit and Tamil literature ,validated by Archeology,foreign literature,especially Greek,Etymological similarities between world languages and Sanskrit and Tamil,Astronomical /Carbon/Infrared dating of artifacts recovered in India and abroad confirm what the Indian texts say.

To understand Indian history,one has to,

Approach Indian texts with open mind,

Verify them with the tools I have mentioned,

Understand that there was no Aryan Invasion,

Sanatana Dharma coexisted with the Tamil culture,which also followedcSanatana Dharma,

There was no North South Divide save the wars between the usual wars between kings,

That the history of India extends to thousands of years,

That the Concept of Time in India is Cyclic and not linear,

There were two major dynasties,Solar and Lunar,Suryavamsa and Chandravamsa and there were many sub dynasties,

The Solar dynasty ,though its ancestor Manu was a Dravidian King,was established in North India,while thexLunar dynasty also flourised in south India,through Ila,Daughter of Manu.

The South Indian  kings trace their ancestry to. Solar ,Ikshvaku Dynasty and also to Lunar dynasty,Chandra vamsa.

The Ikshvahu dynasty frm Treta Yuga ,from million years ago extended upto Dwapara yuga and ended with King Sumitra who was defeated and driven away from Ayodhya.

Then we find continum from that period from Magadha dynasty,which belongs to Lunar Dynasty,Chandravamsa from Bruhatradha.

Lunar, Dynasty,Chandravmsa.image

Lunar dynasty,Chandra vamsa.

‘Barhadradha Dynasty Before the Mahabharata War of 3138 B.C.

1. Barhardradha I :-

According to Mahabharata, Brihadradha-I, the founder of Barhadradha Dynasty was the eldest son of Uparichara Vasu , the seventh in the descent from the Great Kuru, son of Samvarna, a descendant of the Lunar Dynasty (Chandravamsajah) of kings. He founded the kingdom of Magadha probably about 3709 B.C. or 571 years before the Great war of Mahabharata at Kurukshetra between the Pandavas and the Kauravas.

This  battle according to Mahabharata, the important Puranas, and all other ancient Hindu, Bauddha and Jaina authorities and traditions, took place. 36 years before the commencement of the Kaliyuga—the present Yuga.   Kali Yuga  began immediately after the departure of Sri Krishna, son of Vasudeva by Devaki, from this world on the 20th February, 3102 B. C., in the year Pramadhin of the Southern School of Hindu astronomers. (Vide Indian Eras By this author, Kota Venkata Chelam)

Brihadradha married the two beautiful twin daughters of the king of Kasi; and by the blessing of a Rishi, he obtained a most powerful son by name Jarasandha. The king, after installing his mighty son Jarasandha on the throne of Magadha retired into a forest and led an ascetic life. In this context the Mahabharata gave the next prominent dynasty of Jarasandha, leaving some generations of kings in the interval between Brihadradha I and Jarasandha (or Brihadradha II). – (Vide_Mahabharata, Sabha Parva. Adhyayas 14 to 19).

N.B:- The Matsya Purana enumerates all the names of kings between Brihadradha-I and Jarasandha or Brihadradha-II Jarasandha, son of Bhuvana was the 15 th in descent from Kuru and the tenth from Brihadradha-I, the founder of the Magadha Dynasty of kings. The following table shows the order of descent according to Matsya Purana. (Chapter 59):-

1. Samvarna

2. Kuru (The founder of the Kaurava Dynasty who removed his capital from Prayaga to Kurukshetra.)

3. Sudhanvan, Parikshit, Prajana, Jaghnu or Johnu or Yaju

4. Suhotra.

5. Chyavana

6. Krimi (or Kriti)

7. Chaidya or Uparicharavasu or Pratipa

8. (1) Brihadradha-I thefounder of the Magadha Dynasty.(3709 B.C.)

9. (2) Kusaagra

10. (3) Vrishabha or Rishabha.

11· (4) Pushpavat or Punyavat

12. (5) Pushpa or Punya

13. (6) Satyadhrithi or Satyahita.

14. (7) Sudhnvan II or Dhanusha.

15. (8) Sarva

16. (9) Bhuvana or Sambhava.

I7. (10)Brihadradha II or Jarasandha.

http://trueindianhistory-kvchelam.blogspot.in/2009/08/kings-of-magadha-before-great.html )

Visit the above site which is very informative.

‘The Hindu Mahabharata calls Brihadratha the first ruler of Magadha. King Bimbisara of the Haryanka dynasty led an active and expansive policy, conquering Anga in what is now West Bengal.
The death of King Bimbisara was at the hands of his son, Prince Ajatashatru. King Pasenadi, king of neighbouring Kosala and brother-in-law of King Bimbisara, promptly retook the gift of the Kashi province.
Accounts differ slightly as to the cause of King Ajatashatru’s war with the Licchavi, an area north of the river Ganges. It appears that Ajatashatru sent a minister to the area who for three years worked to undermine the unity of the Licchavis. To launch his attack across the Ganges River, Ajatashatru built a fort at the town of Pataliputra. Torn by disagreements the Licchavis fought with Ajatashatru. It took fifteen years for Ajatashatru to defeat them. Jain texts tell how Ajatashatru used two new weapons: a catapult, and a covered chariot with swinging mace that has been compared to a modern tank. Pataliputra began to grow as a center of commerce and became the capital of Magadha after Ajatashatru’s death.’

Haryanka dynasty (c. 600 – 413 BCE)Edit
Bhattiya or

Bimbisara (544-493 BCE)

Ajatashatru (493-461 BCE)

Udayabhadra

Anuruddha

Munda

Nagadasaka
Shishunaga dynasty (413–345 BCE)Edit
Shishunaga (413–395 BCE)

Kakavarna Kalashoka (395–367 BCE)

Mahanandin (367–345 BCE)
Nanda Dynasty (345–321 BCE)Edit
Mahapadma Nanda Ugrasena (from 345 BCE), illegitimate son of Mahanandin, founded the Nanda Empire after inheriting Mahanandin’s empire

Pandhuka

Panghupati

Bhutapala

Rashtrapala

Govishanaka

Dashasidkhaka

Kaivarta

Dhana Nanda (Agrammes, Xandrammes) (until 321 BCE), overthrown by Chandragupta Maurya

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magadha

From Bimbisara to current day,the History of India is clear and can be studied,though some misinformaion about middlecages remain.

I have traced the Dynasties in Northvand shall write about the Dynasties of South India,including Andhra Ikshvakus and Tamils.

I have taken references to Sanskrit and Tamil among Indian languages as I know only these two.

Related.

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2014/12/27/kings-list-india-by-puranas-validated/

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2014/12/26/lunar-dynasty-india-chandra-vamsa-of-mahabharata-list/

 

 

Raghu,Ramas ancestor won the central Asia,China,image

Raghu Rama’s Ancestor Conquered Central Asia China Middle East


My view that Indian Puranas,Ithihasas,Ramayana,Mahabharatha,Literary works of Kalidasa,Kalhana in Sanskrit and the Tamil Classics of the Sangam Era and later works including the works of Azhwars,the worshipers of Vishnu and Nayanmars,worshipers of Shiva are recorded History of India.

We tend to treat the Puranas and Ithihasas as fiction and figment of imagination and the litereary works as mere hyperbole.

Nothing can be farther from Truth.

Puranas and Ithihasas ,no doubt talk of spirituality but they are also facts.

Similarly the Sanskrit and Tamil literature might contain exquisitely composed allegories,descriptive hyperboles of Kings’achievements and Nature,they also contain facts,geographical and historical.

This is evidenced by a careful reading of these Texts,starting from the Vedas through Ramayana,Mahabharatha,Puranas and Tamil Sangam Classics .

The facts mentioned can be verified against Geological,Historical facts as found in foreign literature and physical verification of Geographical descriptions.

This blog has details of such verified facts and they can be accessed undr Hinduism,Tamils Category.

I have been concentrating on the texts mentioned above save Sanskrit literature.

Now I begin by exploring the Raghuvamsa by Kalidasa,which details the Dynasty of Raghu of Ikshvaku Dynasty.

Lord Rama,who is from Ikshvaku Dynasty,is of such great stature that one does not bither about Rama’s illustrious ancestors,say Dillepa and Raghu.

Raghu was so powerful that Kalidasa named his epic as Raghuvamsa,the Raghu Dynasty.

Kalidasa records that Raghu invaded Cetral Asia and middle east and conquered them

He defeated the Central Asians,the Chinese, the ancestors of the Arabs and White Huns.

Please read my article on Huns.

The warrior Raghu leads a military expedition to Transoxiana. He defeats and subjugates local people along the way (presumably on his march through Central Asia) until he reaches the Vankshu, as the ancient Indians called the Oxus River. There, Raghu’s army battles the Hepthalites, or White Huns, whom the Indians called Hunas and Mlecchas (barbarians). The Hepthalites are defeated, and the Raghuvamsha boasts of “The exploits of Raghu, whose valor expressed itself amongst the husbands of the Huna women, became manifest in the scarlet colour of their cheeks.”

After crossing the Oxus, Raghu and his army encountered the Kambojas, an ancient Indo-Scythian people often mentioned in Indian texts. The Kambojas submitted to Raghu and offered him gifts and treasures. Evidently, the Kambojas dwelt in the vicinity of the Pamirs. Kalidasa describes the preponderance of walnut trees in the Oxus country, this particular region is still known for the cultivation of walnuts…..

Transoxiana (also spelled Transoxania), known in Arabic sources as Mā warāʼ al-Nahr(Arabicما وراء النهر‎‎ Arabic pronunciation: [ˈmaː waˈraːʔ anˈnahr] – ‘what [is] beyond the [Oxus] river’) and in Persian as Farārūd (Persianفرارود‎‎, Persian pronunciation: [fæɾɒːɾuːd]—’beyond the [Amudarya] river’), is the ancient name used for the portion of Central Asiacorresponding approximately with modern-day UzbekistanTajikistan, southern Kyrgyzstan, and southwest Kazakhstan. Geographically, it is the region between the Amu Darya (Ancient GreekΏξος Ốxos) and Syr Darya rivers.[1] The area had been known to the Romans as Transoxania (Land beyond the Oxus), to the Arabs as Mawarannahr (Land Beyond the River), and to the Iranians as Turan, a term used in the Persian national epic Shahnameh…

Hephthalites (or Ephthalites) was the Latinised exonym for a people of Central Asia who were militarily important circa 450-560. They were based in Bactria and expanded east to the Tarim Basin, west to Sogdia and south through Afghanistan to northern India. They were a tribal confederation and included both nomadic and urban, settled communities…

Chinese sources link the Central Asian tribes comprising the Hunas to both the Xiongnu of north east Asia and the Huns who later invaded and settled in Europe.Similarly, Gerald Larson suggests that the Hunas were a TurkicMongolian grouping from Central Asia. The works of Ptolemy (2nd century) are among the first European texts to mention the Huns, followed by the texts by Marcellinus and Priscus. They too suggest that the Huns were an inner Asian people’

Reference and citation.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raghuvaṃśa

Image Credit. https://www.google.co.in/search?q=raghuvamsa&client=tablet-android-huawei&prmd=vin&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjls4Ghg4TVAhVBq48KHYOeALUQ_AUICigC&biw=1280&bih=800#imgrc=K9mOu81d3RC0LM:

Sangameswarar temple,Kooduthurai.Bhavani. image

Mantra Temple For Continuous High Fever Kooduthurai Bhavani


 

Many have written asking me whether there is any alternative because chanting of Indrakshi Siva Kavacham is difficult and the procedure is arduous.

My observation is that we are prepared to follow the instructions of a doctor, though at times, it has no relevance to the problem and the medicine prescribed might be totally irrelevant.

We are cured, in my opinion, because of our faith in the doctor.

Then why don’t we follow the same approach towards Mantras and Pariharas?

There is a Temple and a specific Mantra for high fever.

The Sangameshwara Temple, Kooduthurai , near Bhavaani.

Nearest Railway Station/Bus Station.  Erode.

Airport, Coimbatore.

Temple timings 630 am to 12noon and from 4to 8 pm.

The temple has a Jurahareswara(Lord of Fever, Shiva)

You may visit the temple after you chant the Mantra provided towards the close of this article.

Jurahareshwara with three heads, three arms and three legs is found only in a few temples in Tamilnadu. He is found here in a seperate shrine and interestingly the dwarapalakas in this shrine also have three heads, arms and legs. Offering Rice, Pepper Rasam, and Araikeerai Kootu (Greens with Dhal) to the Lord is said to relieve people of fever and other ailments.

Chanting of

“Bhasmayudhaaya Vidhmahe

Raktha Netraaya Dheemahi

Thanno Jurahara Prachodhayaath”

and worshipping him with Bilva leaves, while offering pepper and cummin seeds is said to relieve people of chronic gastric ailments. have written on Indrakshi Shiva Kavacham for curing fever. ‘

Chant the mantra for 108 times day with the fingers of your right hand touching A little quantity of Vibhuthi, Bhasma placed in front of you in a small plate.

After chanting apply the Vibhuthi on the sick person’s forehead.

After fully recovered you may visit the temple and offer parihara as mentioned above.

Reference and citation. 

Image credit.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sangameswarar_Temple#

http://aalayamkanden.blogspot.in/2011/08/sri-sangameshwarar-temple-erode.html?m=1

 

Karikal Chozhan and Grand Anicut built by him. Image.

Sangam Tamils Prepared Biriyani Used Barbeque


Evolution of Cuisine takes a long time to evolve.

The edible are to be found by trial and error,

The combination of the ingredients is to arrived at,

Whether is healthy and nourishing is to be ascertained,

The food has to suit the environment.

This takes time,even hundreds of years to arrive at a standard cuisine.

Cuisine is an identifying mark of Culture.

I have written on the Food Habits of the Vedic people.

I am studying the Cuisine of Tamils as foundin the Sangam Classics,which are asigned around 3000BC.

The term ‘Cuisine’ is from the Tamil word Kusini,குசினி.

My view is that this date can be pushed back,at a conservative estimate,by 11,000 years.

Please read my articles on this.

I am providing details of the fact that the ancient Tamils cooked Biriyani and used Barbecue style of cooking.

They also mastered the art of making different kinds of Liquor.

I shall write in detail about the food habits,methods of preparation of ancient Tamils separately

Here I shall deal with Biriyani,which we consider as a Mughal Innovation and Barbecue,a western method.

Tamil Sangam classics is a record of the lifestyle of the Tamils.

I had,in another article,Lemuria,Home of Tamils 230 Million years old,about the literary works of Sangam period.

Among these is Porunaraatrupadai,the Path traveled by the Warriors.

Aatrupadai means ‘setting the right Course’

Just as River has to be channelised by erecting bunds,dams,life should be regulated to have a meaning.

Aatrupadai chronicles of events and sets standard of behaviour.

Porunaraatrupadai describes,among others,the feast hosted by Karikal Chozhan.

Karikala was a Chola king who ruled in southern during the Sangam Period.He is recognised as the greatest of the early Chola.

He hosted a feast,which included ‘ஊன் சோறு ‘

This is the modern Mutton Biriyani.

Also he used Barbecue method to cook meat,by stringing meat in an iron rod and roasted it by indirect Fire.

சோழநாட்டு மன்னனான கரிகாலன், தன்னை நாடி வந்த பொருநனுக்கும் அவனைச் சேர்ந்தவர்களுக்கும் உணவளித்த திறம் பொருநர் ஆற்றுப்படையில் பின்வருமாறு பேசப்பட்டுள்ளது:


பொருநர் அரண்மனையை அடைந்தவுடன் பணிப்பெண்டிர், பருகியவரை மயங்கச் செய்யும் மகிழை (கள்ளை)ப் பொற்கலங்களில் வார்த்துத் தந்தனர் (அடி, 84-88). பொருநர் அதனை உண்டு, வந்த களைப்பைப் போக்கிக்கொண்டனர். கொழுத்த செம்மறிக்கிடாயின் இறைச்சித்துண்டங்கள் சில, இரும்புக் கம்பியில் கோத்துச் சுடப்பட்டன; வேறு சில இறைச்சி வகைகள், வேகவைக்கப்பட்டன; பல வடிவங்களில் அமைத்த பல்வேறு இனிப்புச் சுவையுடைய பண்ணியாரங்கள் (தின்பண்டங்கள்) வைக்கப்பட்டன. முல்லை அரும்பை ஒத்த மெல்லிய அரிசிச்சோறும் படைக்கப்பட்டது. பாலைக் காய்ச்சி அதனோடு கூட்டின பொரிக்கறிகளும் வைக்கப்பட்டன (அடி, 103-116). பிரியா விடைபெறும்பொழுது இனியபூ (குங்குமப்பூ) மணக்கின்ற தேறல் (கள் தெளிவு) பருகத் தரப்பட்டது (அடி, 157).’
Source. http://www.varalaaru.com/design/article.aspx?ArticleID=543

கதுமெனக் கரைந்து வம்மெனக் கூஉய்

அதன்முறை கழிப்பிய பின்றைப் பதனறிந்து
துராஅய் துற்றிய துருவையம் புழுக்கின்
பராஅரை வேவை பருகெனத் தண்டிக்
காழிற் சுட்ட கோழூன் கொழூங்குறை … 105

ஊழின் ஊழின் வாய்வெய் தொற்றி
அவையவை முனிகுவ மெனினே சுவைய
வேறுபல் லுருவின் விரகுதந் திரீஇ
மண்ணமை முழவின் பண்ணமை சீறியாழ்
ஒண்ணுதல் விறலியர் பாணி தூங்க …. 110

மகிழ்ப்பதம் பன்னாட் கழிப்பி யருநாள்
அவிழ்ப்பதங் கொள்கென் றிரப்ப முகிழ்த்தகை
முரவை போகிய முரியா அரிசி
விரலென நிமிர்ந்த நிரலமை புழுக்கல்
பரல்வறைக் கருனை காடியின் மிதப்ப … 115

Source. http://ilakkiyam.com/iyal/52-tamil/iyal/sangailakkiyam/pathinenmerkanaku/pathupattu/3784-porunaraatrupadai

Featured image credit. http://www.ajithkumar.cc/history/karikala-chola-the-chola-king-the-greatest-visionary/attachment/karikaala-cholan/http://www.ajithkumar.cc/history/karikala-chola-the-chola-king-the-greatest-visionary/attachment/karikaala-cholan/

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy.image.

Why How Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple Cures Mental Illness.


The three devis of Hinduism, from the philosophical perspective represent three aspects of Human nature.

The desire to act,the action part impelled by the results one anticipates and the wisdom and courage to act upon a course of action.

These three are represented by Saraswathi,Lakshmi and Durga.

Most of us not aware of the fact that Saraswathi is the One who initiates the procees of concept formation,forms words and makes one express clearly in a way that it is understood

While we take Lakshmi as only the Goddess of Wealth,we are not aware of the subtler aspect of Lakshmi.

We have Lakshmi Tantra for Self Realization.

Please read my article on this.

Even if one forms a concept for action,the human nature demands results,most of the time in terms of material comforts/wealth to impel him to act.

This is what Lakshmi does.

Then one should have the wisdom and courage to choose a course of action.

And this is in the Realm of Durga.

There are three levels of Speech.

The Concept,

The process fron Concept to Thought and

Expression of Thoughts.

These three are controlled by Gayatri,Savitri and Sarasvathi respectively.

When thoughts,concepts,the transformation process are disturbed ,we have mental disturbances,and Autism.

The Chitta,the highest level of Cognition ,when disturbed,results in mental illness.

To alleviate this,Saraswathi ,along with Savitri,Gayatri,is to be propitiated,along with Lakshmi to impel the corrective course and Durga to grant wisdom and courage.

There is one temple,where all the Three Devis are present in one Form,where the The Three Sukthas,Saraswathi,Sri and Durga sukthas,when chanted here along with Homa,cures one of Mental illness.

This is Chottanikkara Bhagavathy temple,Kerala,India.

The Chottanikkara (correction of JyotiannakkaraDevi Temple (Malayalamചോറ്റാനിക്കര ഭഗവതി ക്ഷേത്രം) is a famous temple of mother goddess Shakthi devi or Rajarajeshwari known as Sree Bhagavathi. Maha lakshmi is supposed to be residing in Chottanikkara along with Lord Vishnu. ..

Chottanikkara Devi is worshipped at the temple, in three different forms: as Maha Saraswati (mother of knowledge) in the morning, draped in white; Maha Lakshmi (mother of wealth) at noon, draped in crimson; and as Sree Durga (mother of power) in the evening, decked in blue. Supreme lord Shiva, Ganesh & Lord Dharmasastha (Ayyappa) is also worshiped at the temple. People suffering from mental illnesses & commonly visit the temple, as Chottanikkara devi is thought to cure her devotees. One should not miss the ‘Guruthi Pooja’ in the ‘Keezhkkaavu’ temple at Chottanikkara. Goddess ‘keezhkkaavu devi’ is believed to be ‘Bhadrakali'(Mahakali), in her fierce form or ugra form. Bhadrakali, is a form of mother Kali, supposed to be born from the third eye of lord Shiva, to kill the demon king ‘Daruka’. Guruthi pooja is a ritual done at late evening to invoke goddess Mahakali. Earlier ‘Guruthi Pooja’ was done only on Fridays. But nowadays, it is performed every day. Mental diseases are believed to be totally cured by Keezhkkaavu Kali…

How to reach Chottanikkara.

Air: International Air Port is at Nedumbassery, near Aluva, about 22 km away from Ernakulam, Kochi.

Rail: The nearest railway station is Chottanikkara Road (KFE) which is close to the temple. But only a few trains stop at this station. The nearest station (main) is at Tripunithura railway station about 6.4 km; another nearby one is Ernakulam about 17 km away from Chottanikkara. The two railway stations in Kochi are Ernakulam Junction and Ernakulam Town.

Road: KSRTC Central Bus station is near the Ernakulam Junction railway station. There are plenty of private buses available for travel from Ernakulam to other cities.

Temple Legend.

Another legend associated to the temple was that of the spiritual leader Shankaracharya(Adi Shankara). During the time where he lived, Adi Shankara realised that there wasn’t a single temple in Kerala that signified the worship of goddess Saraswati. As a result, he himself went to the Chamundi hills in Karnataka and meditated for many days for the goddess to appear before him. His meditation bore fruit and before him stood the stunningly beautiful goddess, clad in white. On enquiry, he said that he would like to bring the goddess to Kerala and establish a temple dedicated to her worship. This way the people from Kerala would not have to go such far off distances to worship her, as in the case for those who were old and aged. After a lot of persuasion, the goddess agreed; she would follow him by foot wherever he went, but only on one condition. If he trusts her, then he was not allowed to look back to see if she followed him or not. If he did, then wouldn’t go any further. He agrees and they proceed walking. They were walking down the Kodachadri hills, with Shankara leading the way and goddess’ anklets tinkling and letting him know that she was with him. After walking some distance, the tinkling stopped all of a sudden. Shankara waited a few moments and stole a quick look backwards to find the goddess still with him, watching him with reproach. In keeping with the condition, the goddess stopped right there. Shankara, however, was not one to give up. He apologized profusely for breaking the condition and repeatedly begged and pleaded with the goddess to go with him to Kerala. After many pleas, the goddess agrees to a compromise. From early hours of morning, she would come and appear before the devotees at the Chottanikkara temple. Then in the afternoon, she would return to the spot where she stopped. This is the spot which would turn out to be the Mookambika temple. Since then, before the doors of the main sanctum in Mookambika temple were opened, the sanctum doors of the Chottanikkara temple were opened during early morning hours in honour of worshipping goddess Saraswati, where the idol is clad in white garments.’

Reference and citation.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chottanikkara_Temple

http://www.morningkerala.com/ChottanikkaraBhagavathytemple.htmlhttp://www.morningkerala.com/ChottanikkaraBhagavathytemple.html

 

Temple timings.

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy temple Pooja Times

Opening of Nada (Nirmalya Darsan )
 4.00 a.m.(During Mandalam and Fridays – 3.30 a.m.)
Ethruthu pooja
 5.30 a.m.
Seeveli
 6.00 a.m
Guruthi Nivedyam at Kizhukkavu Temple
 7.30 a.m.
Pantheeradi Pooja
 7.45 p.m.
Uchapooja
 12.00 Noon
Uchaseeveli
 12.10 p.m.
Evening Nada Opening
 4.00 p.m.
Deeparadhana
 6.15 p.m.
Athazha pooja
 7.30 p.m.
Seeveli
 8.00 p.m.
Valia Guruthi at Kizhukkavu Temple
 8.45 p.m.