Sabarimala Makaravilakku 2017 date - AyyappaAyyappa
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Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple Makaravilakku and Makara Jyothi festival is celebrated on the first(1st) day of the Makara Masam as per traditional Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala. Sabarimala Makaravilakku 2017 date is Saturday, January 14. The festival is most popular is that Lord Ayyappa merged with the main murti in the Sabarimala Temple on the day.
Sabarimala Makarasamkramam (Makara Samkramam) is the time when Lord Surya (the Sun God) moves from Dhanu Rasi to Makaram Rasi. Makarasamkrama Pooja is at Sabarimala temple during this time.
On the Sabarimala Makaravilakku day, the deep Aradhana pooja is held in the evening. Devotees can witness the most important evening Deep Aradhana and Makara Jyothi Darshan. The term means the vision of the divine After the deeparadhana, the Makara Jyothi star will appear in the sky. Makara Jyothi is worshiped as a part of rites in Sabarimala Temple on Makara Sankranti on 14 January every year. Hindus believe that the Makara Jyothi is a divine phenomenon and brings good luck and blessings.
Before the evening deep Aradhana on Makaravilakku day, an eagle flies over the Sabarimala Temple. After that, the Makara Jyothi appears in the sky – Makarajyothi is the star will appear in the sky on the day. And then, the appearance of Makaravilakku – it is the light that appears three times in the distant hill at Ponnambala Medu.
The most significant custom of worship is performed at the day of Makara Sankaranthi.
According to the traditional Malayalam Panchang and Vedic astrology, the Makaravilakku Puja It is a prayer ritual performed to make offerings, honoring, evoking or worshipping gods. The ceremony can also be performed to pay homage to the beloved ones who are deadwill take place at 6:44 PM in the evening.