Thriputhari on the Thiruvonam day in the month of Thulam (October-November) is an important occasion in the Temple. It is a day of feasting when the newly harvested rice is first cooked and offered to diety and then is partaken of by the devotees. The day after the feast, there is a special offering called Mukkudi, which is considered to be a divine medicine for all ailments. Mukkudi is an Ayurvedic mixture, the formula of which being prescribed by Kuttancherry Mooss, one of the Ashtavaidyas.

The Annual Festival of the Temple held for 11 days in April-May is a well-known popular event in central Kerala.   The festival starts one day after the famous Thrissur Pooram and comes to a close on the next Thiruvonam day.   Thousands of people throng the place during the festival to witness the pageant of colour, music, Orchestra and Fine Arts; the like of which cannot be seen anywhere in Kerala or outside.   Brahmakalasam strictly following the Vedic and Tantric rituals are offered to the diety on 11 days in connection with the Festival.  This is the unique feature of this temple.

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