Sree Guruvayurappan (Vishnu) - Main Deity
The deity is in the traditionally orthodox form of Mahavishnu, with all the compliments - four arms each carrying Sankh(conch), Chakra(wheel), Gadha(club) and Padmam(lotus). The Idol (Vigraham) is made of best quality of KARINGAL from the riverside of Pattambi (Kerala) by the renowned by Sculptors under the direct supervision of Temple Architect Brahmasree Kanipayyur Krishnan Namboodiripad and the Idol kept in water (Jaladhivasam) for 41 days. Finally after observing all the required Thantric Rituals, Pujas and procedures the Pratishta (Consecration) of Lord Sree Guruvayurappan was done at the auspicious Brahma Muhurtham on Thiruvonam Star, the 17th Makaram 1770, (31st January 1995) in the early hours, by Thantries of Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, Kerala, namely (Late) Chennas Divakaran Namboodiripad along with his son Thantri Acharya Ratna Dr. P. C. Dinesan Namboodiripad, who is the present Thantri of this temple. After 3 days of religious rituals and ceremonies, the temple opened up for Darshan to the devotees ceremoniously.
Pratishta (Consecration) of Other Deities (Upadevathas)
(Upadevathas are placed exactly at the same location as that of Guruvayur Temple, Kerala)
In almost all Kerala temples, Ganapathy will find a place among Upadevathas of the main installation.
Here the Ganapathy shrine is situated within the Chuttamabalam itself, at the South-West corner,
Installed on the same day, 17th Makaram 1770, the 31st January 1995
It is situated, adjacent to Ganapathy shrine within the Chuttamabalam itself, at the
South-West corner, Installed on the same day, 17th Makaram 1770, the 31st January 1995
Here the shrine situated North-East corner, within the Chuttamabalam,
Installed on the same day, 17th Makaram 1770, the 31st January 1995.
It is situated in the middle of Northern side of Chuttambalam and
installed, on the same day, 17th Makaram 1770, the 31st January 1995.
നാരായണ NARAYANA നാരായണ NARAYANA നാരായണ NARAYANA നാരായണ NARAYANA നാരായണ