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The first day of Lunar month of Chaitra is considered as the New Year day. After the Usha pooja, the priests read the forecast of the new year. All the devotees come to the temple and pray for a Happy New Year.
On Aashada Ekadasi day, Vishnu is supposed to go for Shayana and hence people do Vrata and also do pooja for Thulasi. They stay awake the whole night and next day morning (on Ashada Dwadashi day), vrata paaranam is done.
The day is celebrated to please the Serpant God (Naga) by abhishekam of tender coconut, milk etc. Masha Pakwam is the special nivedyam of the day.
The day is celebrated on the Sravana Nakshatra of Sravana month. The old yajnopaveetham (sacred thread - janua) is discarded and replaced by a new one.
Celebrated as the birthday of Sri Krishna. The hundreds of Salagramams in the temple is cleaned and pooja conducted. Abhishekam with Panchamritham is also done for the Lakshmi Narayana Salagramam at night. This is believed to be very auspicious.
The naivedyam is prepared on this day with the newly harvested paddy (rice).
Special poojas are conducted to please Vinayaka (Ganesha)

Special poojas are held to please Ananthashayee Vishnu (lying on the Anantha). The main priest reads and describes the Anantha Vritha Katha. This is believed to be performed by the Pandavas during their exile at the advice of Sri Krishna. Neyyappam is the special naivedyam of the day.

The temple lights are lighted with ghee on the day. The devotees bring fruits and vegetables and they are hung in front of the temple. The silver Kalasa is decorated with golden jewellery and abhishekam is done.

The speciality of the day is honouring the present descendant of the Kartha who had donated the land for the temple. This is done during the Mangala Arathi time at night.

This day is dedicated for the soul of the dead. Devotees conduct Brahmana Santharpanam for the Mukthi of the souls of their forefathers.
The nine days are celebrated for pleasing Mahalakshmi. The special poojas are Kunkumarchana, pushpanjali, abhisheka etc. Arati is conducted for the books of accounts, equipments, vehicles etc.
Celebrated as the Vidyarambham day.
Pooja is conducted to the Shami tree. It is believed that the Lord goes to Yoga Nidra under shami tree.
Karthikaavritham starts on the night of Shameepoojanam and Lord will be in Yoga Nidra upto Uthana Dwadasi. Tulasi pooja is conducted every day morning and evening during these days.
This day is considered as the day on which Krishna killed Narakasura. This is also considered as the day on which Sri Rama returned to Ayodhya after killing Ravana. The temple, houses etc are decorated with lighted lamps. It is believed to be the day on which Dharma gained victory over Adharma or ignorance.
The last day of the Karthikavritham. Lord Vishnu is said to wake up from his Yoganidra. The assets and liabilities of the Lord is read out to him and the assets are displayed to him. Tulsi pooja is also done.
Celebrated with illuminations, pallakku pooja (deity is taken around the temple on palanquin) olaga etc.
Celebrated with illuminations, pallakku pooja (deity is taken around the temple on palanquin) olaga etc.Ulsava moorthi is brought before Hanuman and special poojas are conducted. the deity is decorated with garland of Nellikka. (Aamalakam).
Special Poojas are conducted for ulsava vigraha. Special illuminations are the speciality. Conducting of Panchamritha Abhishekam is considered to be auspicious on the day.
The birthday of Madhwacharya, considered to be the incarnation of Hanuman, is celebrated with special poojas for Hanuman.
The anniversary of the Third Puna prathishta in 1072 ME is celebrated as the Mahotsavam. Festival starts on Pooradam Nakshatra of Phalguna month (Makaram) and ends on the Revathi Nakshathra. This is the most important festival of the temple, and a lot of people from all over Kerala and even outside Kerala take part in it. The festival starts with flag hoisting (dwajarohanam) by the Tantri on the first day and ends with Avabhrithasnanam of the Lord followed by dwajavarohanam on the eighth day. Special poojas, like Pallakku Pooja, vahana pooja, Kazhcha Seevli, etc. are the speciality. The third day of the Mahotsavam is also held as the Hanuman Araat. Digvijayam of the Lord is celebrated from 5th day of the araat. The Ulsava murthy of the Lord is taken in procession in the palanquin outside the temple with the accompaniment of Jayabheri, elephant, nadaswaram etc. Mahajan on the route welcome the lord with Arathi, naivedyam etc. Lord goes for Nayat (Mrigaya) on the seventh day of the mahotsavam on the Aswa vahanam. The eighth day is celebrated as the araat. Pushpakavimana pooja in the afternoon and Swarna Garuda Vahana pooja in the night and Avabhritha snanam in the temple pond are the specialities of the day..
The anniversary of the Second Puna Prathishta held in 955 ME is celebrated with great pomp, as the Prathishtadinam in the month of Kumbham. Kumkumarchanam for Lakshmi Devi by Sumangalis, is done on the Friday preceding the Prathishtadinam and Sahasranamarchana to Salagramam by men, is done on the Sunday preceding the Prathishtadinam. Shatha kalasabhishekam, kalababhishekam etc are the special poojas on the prathishtaadinam.
During Vasantha Rithu, deity is brought to Parswamandapa and olaga is conducted with different naivedyas. This is especially a happy season for small children.