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Facilities at Pamba & Sannidhanam

The administration of Sabarimala Devaswom is controlled by the Executive Officer, Travancore Devaswom Board, in the cadre of the Devaswom Commissioner. During the non festival period office of the Executive Officer is at Travancore Devaswom Board office  Nanthancode,Thiruvananthapuram 695003. Facilities at Pamba & Sannidhanam : Police Force Fire Force Medical Facilities (Ayurveda, Allopathy & Homoeo […]

Sacred Pampa

Pampa is the most dvine and very important to Swami Ayyappa devotees. Where the devotees take their holy bath at the Triveni Sangamam. It is believed that from the banks of Divine Pampa, the Panthalam King got Sree Manikantan. And in ancient Ramayana also, there is a chapter dedicated to Pampa River. All pilgrim should […]

Thanka Anki at Pampa

The Thanka Anki procession starting from Aranmula Partha Sarathy Temple, enter Pampa at afternoon on its third day after Erumeli Petta Thullal on the Makaravilakku day. Thanka Anki procession is receive by Akhila Bharatha Ayyappa Seva Sangham authorities and was taken to the Pampa Ganapathi temple.Ayyappa Seva Sangham Volunteers carried the Thanka Anki on their […]

Pampa Sangamam

Pampa Sangamam is a traditional mixture of religious, devotional and classical art forms. Eminent personalities are attending and participating these events. Many art groups, from Kerala and rest of the country are attending Pampa Sangamam. Spiritual and Religious Conversation, Classical dance and music forms are attracting thousand of devotees to the Sacred river Pampa.

Pampa Sadya

Pampa Feast These events are celebrated one day before Makara Vilakku . It is said that the feast forms a part of the the victory celebrations conducted by Ayyappa and his troops after conquering his enemy `Udayanan’. Pilgrims organise large scale feasts at noon and invite guests to attend the feast. The participants sit on […]

Pampa Vilakku

On Mandala Makara vilakku season you can see a large number of lamps floating in Pampa River.These are lamps placed on small floats made out of areca nut/banana plant stems and launched in Pampa River is a main part of Pampa Vilakku celebrations, which held every year. The floats are set to drift to their […]