Sabarimala 41 Days Mandala Kalam Ayyapa Mala Pooja Rules

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An important place of worship, Sabarimala Temple, is situated amidst the Sabari Hills’ forests. After defeating the monster known as “Mahishi,” Lord Ayyappa is said to have meditated here. The 41-day Sabarimala shrine-specific period is known as Mandala Kalam or Mandala Masam. Devotees practice extreme asceticism (spiritual) throughout this time.

A world-famous Swamy Ayyappan temple, the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala is situated at a height of 914 meters. The main pilgrimage period for this well-known Sabarimala Temple is called Mandala Kalam, often referred to as Mandala Masam.

According to the conventional Malayalam calendar, Mandala Kalam marks the start of the pilgrimage to the hill shrine from the first day of the Vrishchikam month and finishes on the eleventh day of the Dhanu month. This period corresponds to the months of December and January in the Gregorian calendar. Millions of worshipers from all over the world visit the Sabarimala Sree Dharma Sastha Temple during the 41-day Mandala Kalam festival.

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Sabarimala 41 Days Mandala Kalam Ayyapa Mala Pooja Rules

  • Devotees observe vrata or penance for several days before the Mandala Kalam Begins. During the Mandala Kalam (41 days), devoted followers undertake a stringent fast as well.
  • Some even conduct a fast or follow spirituality for a short period of time. In addition, to stay away from sex, they wear a special “Rudraksha” mala and refrain (avoid) eating meat.
  • Black dhotis are worn by those entering the Sabarimala Temple as the Mandala Kalam begins. These devotees also carry a fabric bundle called an “Irumudi” or “Ketunira,” which is divided into two halves and contains a holy coconut along with grains and ghee. The “Irumudi” is used as a sacrifice for Lord Ayyappa.
  • There is a tradition of going to the Shri Krishna Temple as Guruvayur when the Mandala Kalam begins.

Timeline for the Sabarimala Mandala Kalam:

  1. Sunrise Dec. 27, 2022, at 7:10 A.M.
  2. Sunset on December 27, 2022, at 5:45
  3. The start date for Sabarimala Mandala Kalam 2022 is November 17, Thursday.
  4. 2022 Makara Vilakku comes on January 14, 2023, a Saturday, and Mandala Pooja is on December 27, a Tuesday.

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