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Guruvayur is a pilgrim center which has its own glory and greatness, mainly because of the divinity enshrined in the Sanctum - Sanctorum (central shrine) of the temple and the unique charm of the idol installed in it. The presiding deity in the Garbhagraha (central shrine) is Mahavishnu... Read More
Anakotta near Guruvayoor in Central Kerala is a unique elephant sanctuary with great many giant elephants. This place is famous for the elephant pound. Read More
Ashtami Rohini is observed as the birthday of Lord Krishna and in 2016 as per traditional Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala it is on August 24. Sri Krishna Jayanti and Janmashtami will be observed in North India on August 25, 2016. Birthday of Lord Krishna is observed on the Rohini Nakshatram day in Chingam Month in Malayalam calendar in Kerala. The corresponding date in other regions in some years varies by a day and sometimes by more than a month in certain years.
The day is of great importance at Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple, Ambalapuzha Sri Krishnaswami Temple, Thrissur Thirvanmabadi Temple and in thousands of other Sri Krishna Temples in Kerala.
Ashtami Rohini procession depicting scenes from the life of Lord Krishna is held all important cities, towns and villages in Kerala on the day. Special concerts, cultural programs and satsangs are also held on the day.
Ashtami Rohini in Kerala is also famous for the Uriyadi – breaking the pot hung on rope and pulley using sticks.
Illam Nira ceremony held at the Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple in Kerala is associated with agricultural harvest. This unique ceremony extols the fact that majority of the Hindu festivals and ceremonies are a tribute to nature which sustains all animate and inanimate. This ceremony is observed specifically for a prosperous harvest season and is observed in many other temples in the region including Sri Mahadeva Temple Mammiyoor, Perumthatta Shiva Temple, Parthasarathy Temple and Chowalloor Shiva Temple.. For Illam Nira, newly reaped paddy spikes are brought into the temple and on the next day special pujas are performed on the paddy spikes. ‘Illam Nira’ symbolically represents a very good harvest season in which the house is filled with rice for the next season. Five days after the Illam Nira ritual is the Niraputhari ritual. In this ritual half of the paddy spikes are used to prepare ‘Puthari Nivedyam’ – the rice offering to Lord Krishna with newly reaped rice. Also prepared is a sweet dish with the new rice known as ‘Puthari payasam.’ The remaining half of the paddy spikes is distributed to the devotees. On the Niraputhari ritual day, Lord Krishna is served Puthari Nivedyam, Puthari payasam, uppumanga (salted mango pickle), dish made with special leaves, butter and curd during the puja conducted at noon. This is then later distributed to the devotees.