Heavy rush for Vishukani darshan at Sabarimala temple

Heavy rush of pilgrims, including those from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, was witnessed for the Vishukani darshan at Lord Ayyappa temple here on Friday. When the Sreekovil w

Published: 16th April 2017 01:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th April 2017 04:31 AM   |  A+A-

Thantri Kandararu Rajivaru offering ‘vishukaineetam’ to the devotees at Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa temple on Friday

Express News Service

 SABARIMALA: Heavy rush of pilgrims, including those from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, was witnessed for the Vishukani darshan at Lord Ayyappa temple here on Friday.

When the Sreekovil was opened at 3 am, thousands were in queue at Sannidhanam flyover, Valiyanadapandal, North Nada and Malikappuram. The Vishukani darshan continued till 7 am. 


Vishukaineetam 
Thantri Rajivaru and Melsanthi Unnikrishnan Nampoothiri offered vishukaineetam to the devotees in front of the Sreekovil. Travancore Devaswom Board president Prayar Gopalakishnan, Kerala High Court Judge Justice P V Asha, TDB members Ajay Tharayil and K Raghavan, special commissioner Manoj, devaswom board secretary V S Jayakumar, Sabarimala devaswom executive officer Ravisankar and administrative officer Yatheendran were present on the occasion.

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