2023 Sabarimala Ayyapa Temple Makaravillaku Darshan Online Booking

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At the Sabarimala sanctuary in Kerala, India, Makaravilakku is a traditional event that takes place every year on Makara Sankranti. The procession of the Thiruvabharanam which are the holy ornaments of Lord Ayyappan and a gathering at the mountain site of Sabarimala is part of the celebration. Every year, an estimated 500,000 worshippers travel to Sabarimala to see this procedure in person.

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Sabarimala Ayyapa Temple History:

At Sabarimala, Lord Sri Rama and his brother Lakshmana encountered Sabari, a tribal devotee. Sabari tasted the fruits and presented them to the Lord. However, the Lord welcomed them with open arms. Then the Lord turned and beheld a holy person serving tapas. Lord Rama wondered who it was. Later, he came to know that it was  Sasta.  As Rama approached Sasta, the latter knelt to greet him. Makara Vilakku Day is used to commemorate this incident’s anniversary.

In the past, the Malayaraya tribe, who are thought to be the ancestors of Malayaman Kaari, performed a sacred ceremony in the forest of Ponnambalamedu, the location where Makaravilakku appears which was later covertly perpetuated by The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB). The Makaravilakku doesn’t have any paranormal elements. The tribesmen have been involved in it for more than a thousand years. Even though there is a temple in Ponnambalamedu, it is not accessible to the general public and is instead controlled by Kerala’s Forest Department. These tribes also carry out their rites in the temple on Makaram, when the Sirius star shines in the sky.

2023 Sabarimala Ayyapa Temple Makaravillaku Darshan Online Booking

Similar to how they do it in the Sabarimala temple, people also do Arathi by surrounding the idol using fire. It is conducted out by circling the idol three times while burning camphor and ghee in a vase. The lamp or fire that we witness from the Sabarimalai temple and referred to as Makara Jyothi is indeed Makaravilakku, which is located in the Ponnabalamedu. From Sannidhanam, Pandithavalam, Pulmedu, Hilltop, Chalakayam, Attathodu, Saramkuthi, Neelimala, Marakootam, and Panjipara, people may see the Makaravillakku.

To assist pilgrims to schedule important services in advance for a divine and stress-free experience during their journey to Sabrimala, the Travancore Devaswom Board has announced the establishment of an online booking system. The officials have developed a platform for Sabrimala to book Virtual Q and Prasadams online in order to ensure that anyone may visit the temple.

Sabrimala Darshan Tickets, otherwise termed as Sabrimala Virtual Q tokens were released for both Mandala Pooja which is from 16th Nov 22 to 27th Dec 22, and Makaravillaku Pooja from 30th Dec 22 to 19th Jan 23. Please follow the below instructions to make reservations.

  • Visit the official website here.
  • Pilgrims must register themselves with a valid Mobile number and e-mail address in order to access online services.
  • After registration, click on Login and enter the Mobile number and e-mail address that was used for registration.
  • Select the desired date and the time slot for the Darshan and go to the next page
  • Finish the Payment and take a printout of the Darshan ticket or Virtual Q booking ticket.
  • Reach the place on the allotted date and time slot for a divine darshan.


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