- Guruvayur temple: bird's-eye view
- His birthday and Vrischika Ekadasi (also Gitopadesam Day) are celebrated with grandeur but occasions such as Kuchela Dinam, Narayaneeyam Day and Poonthanam Day are exclusive to this temple. Of course, a separate festival is earmarked for Chembai ...
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- Ranganath's Best. 'Shaline soundarayme…' 'Swami sangeetham aalapikkum…' 'Naalumani poove …' 'Pachappanangili thathe …' 'Sabari girinadha …' 'Hey Rama Raghurama…' 'Nirayo nira nirayo…' 'Vrischika poompulari…' 'Pramadha vrindavanam…'.
- Guruvayur all decked up for Ekadasi
- The devaswom has made elaborate arrangements for a mass feast to all those who gather at the temple to participate in the celebrations. Hindus consider Ekadasi, the eleventh day of every lunar fortnight, as special.
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- Of the 24 Ekadasis, the 11th day of every lunar fortnight a year, the Vrischika Ekadasi is celebrated as the day for the 'Thiruvilwamala Punarjani Noozhal.' Legend has it that the cave was made by Viswakarma on the request of Parasurama.
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Vrischika is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Vrischika books and related discussion.
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