|3||Maha Ganapathi Homam||151|
|2||Special Ayilya Pooja||851|
|4||One day Pooja||401|
|60||Sarppabali payasa homam (1 Portion)||2001|
|61||Sarppabali payasa Homam (Single)||30001|
|8||Sarppa dosha parihara pooja||101|
|10||Ghee Lamp (Nai villakku)||10|
|11||Oil Lamp (Enna villakku)||5|
|12||Floran garland (Maala)||25|
|17||Aikamathya Suktham (for understanding and family)||15|
|18||Sri suktham (for prosperity)||15|
|19||Bhagya suktham(for good fourtune)||15|
|20||Saraswatha suktham(for Knowledge)||15|
|21||Swayam vara suktham(For good marriage, proposals)||15|
|22||Santhana suktham(begetting good child)||15|
|23||Soura suktham (for curing diseases)||15|
|24||Rudra sooktham(for protection from adversities)||15|
|25||Shiva sahasra namarchana||15|
|29||Kadina neipaayasam 250ml/500ml||50/90|
|33||Avil Nivedyam( flattened rice)||30|
|35||Moulds (baby & cradle)||101|
|36||Villakku(Lamp) Eduthu vekkal (Min)||101|
|37||Annadanam (10 Persons)||201|
|39||Annaprasam||101||41||silk for deities||25|
|44||Malayalakaram( Decoration with garlands)||1001|
|45||Manjalpara(for Nagapreethi and good marriage)||201|
|47||Arippara (for Food security)||151|
|48||Malarpara (for Disease curing)||201|
|49||Avil Para (for removing penury)||151|
|50||Sharkkara Para (for protection from enemies)||201|
|51||Pazha Para (for prosperous things)||201|
|52||Puspha Para (for education and fame)||101|
|53||Naanaya Para (for wealth)||501|
|54||Appa para (for desired things)||301|
|55||Eellu Para ( for removing sani dhosha)||201|
|56||Panchasara para ( for begetting desired child)||201|
|57||Nalikera Para (for removing obstacles)||201|
|58||Ashtapathi (for family prosperity)||2501|
|59||Muzhuvan Deepam Theliyikkal||3001|
This is a massive event which is organized by the temple authority with the active participation of the devotees. Devotees can take part in both the poojas with desired offerings or can take half or full shares of the whole pooja.
This is a special offering for serpent gods. Unakkalari (Raw rice) and coconut is offered to the Naga gods along with Ashtanivedyam during daily poojas.
This is considered to be equivalent to elixir and Naga Gods are very much appeased at this offering. It is a mixture of turmeric powder, rice powder, cow’s milk and tender coconut water.
This is a part of Nithyapooja. The mould or statue of a serpent is placed at the feet of Nagaraja on the birth star of the devotee.
A person can be afflicted by Sarpa Dosha (curse of the serpent) for causing harm to Sarpa, either knowingly or unknowingly during this lifetime or any of his previous births. Persons who are affected with this dosha are advised to perform remedial measures like this pooja which should be conducted only in accordance with a detailed astrological analysis. So, prior to register for this pooja, one needs to present the astrological opinion to the temple authorities. To start with the rituals, it needs a mould of the serpent made out of pure gold, silver or copper. To make sure of the purity of the metal used, it is advised to get it prepared by a goldsmith than to buy from the ready stock.
Otherwise termed as Pulluvan Paattu, it is a popular ritual art in Kerala. It is a self-made orchestra by a particular community Pulluvar singing in praise of the snake gods who are their presiding deities.