Chariot Festival --Vinayagar Pooja
19th Koti Yettram
Krithikai Pushpaanchal
Chariot Festival
28th Dheertham
30th Aadi Pooram
8th Varalakshmi Viratham Villakku Pooja
10th Aavani Avittam
11th Gayatri Jebam
17th Gogulashtami
29th Sri-Vinayagar Chaturthi
7th Sri-Nadarajar Abishekam
20th Purattashi 1st saturday
24th Navaratri Viratham Begins
27th Purattashi 2nd saturday

2nd Saraswathi pooja
3rd Vijaya Dhasami Widhyarambam
3rd Kethara Gowri Viratham Begins
4th Purattashi -3rd saturday
7th Sri Nadarajar Abishkam
11th Purattashi -4th Saturday
22nd Deepavali
23rd Kethara Gowri Viratham End
24th Skanda Sashti Begins
29th Skanda Sashti- Soorasamharam
30th Thirukkalyanam

Sri-Shivan Anna Abishekam
17th Sri Ayyappan Mandala Pooja Begin
17th Karthikai 1st Somavaram
24th Karthikai 2nd Somavaram

Karthikai 3rd Somavaram
5th Thirukkarthikai Dheepam
8th Karthikai 4th Somavara
15th Karthikai 5th Somavaram
16th Sani Peyarchi
21st Sri Hanumath Jeyandhi
26th Sri Ayyappan Mandal Pooja End

Thiruvembavai Begin
27th Sri-Vinayagar Viratham END

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January 2015
1st Vaigunda Ekathasi
5th Aaruthra Dharishanam
15th Thai Pongal
15th Sri Ayyappan Mahara jothi
30th Thiruvilakku Pooja
3rd Thai Poosam
17th Maha Sivaratri
March 2015
4th Sri-Nadarajar Abisheka
4th Maashi Maham
April 2015
3rd Panguni Uthiram
Sri-Ayyappan Mandala pooja begins 17.11.2014
Sri-Ayyappan Manada Pooja Ends 26.12.14
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ROWS OF agal vilakkus in front of every house... this is the image
that at once comes to mind when we think of Karthigai Deepam —
the festival of lights that is celebrated throughout Tamil Nadu during
the month of Karthigai (November-December). Not many of us are
aware that it is one of the oldest festivals celebrated in the State,
perhaps even before people began celebrating Deepavali and
Navarathri. Also, unlike many other Hindu festivals, Karthigai is
basically a Tamil festival and is virtually unknown in most other
parts of the country. One of the earliest references to the festival is
found in the Ahananuru, a book of poems, which dates back to the
Sangam Age (200 B.C. to 300 A.D.). The Ahananuru clearly states
that Karthigai is celebrated on the full moon day (pournami) of the
Tamil month of Karthigai. It was one of the most important festivals
(peruvizha) of the ancient Tamils

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5.12.14 Thirukkarthikai Dheepam
01-12.2014 Karthikai 15.12.14 Karthikai
Vaikunda EKathasi

Ekadasi means 'the eleventh' in Sanskrit and refers to the eleventh day of a fortnight belonging to a lunar month. Falling in the moon's waxing phase
in the month of Dhanurmasa (December-January), Ekadasi is synonymous with fasting and abstinence. The Dhanurmasa sukla paksha ekadasi is called Vaikunta Ekadasi.
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Temple Vacancy

Temple Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday 800am-1300 and
Evening 1700 to 2130 Saturday & Sunday 800am to
1400 and Evening 1700 to 2130
Main Pooja :
900am ,1200pm and 1930

Hindu Festival
Attukal Pongala Festival

Temple Contact address:
78 Church Road Manor Park, London E!2 6AF Tel No 02084788433