Ambalurkavilamma and Thrikkovilappan are the national deities of the land of Ambalur. Ambalurkavu is sanctified by the presence of the real Lord Vishnu and Jagadambika, who pervade the universe as spirits and forms of power.
Amazing noon guruti at the Ambalurkavu Bhagwati Temple. Ambalurkavilamma is a village goddess who lives in the north as a blessing to the devotees.
The only specialty of this place is the big guruti which is held on Sundays / Tuesdays / Fridays at 12 noon to mark the end of the festival.
In some of the rare temples of Bhadrakali, the goddess of the day is invoked with a sword and a specially prepared polappatam is performed outside.
In Ambalurkavil, on the other hand, in the inner prayer hall, the Goddess turns her back on the deity, invokes the spirit of Melshanthi Devi in a vessel filled with guruti, pays special homage to the spirit of the goddess, and then closes the walk after invoking the spirit of the goddess from the gravity.
When the spirit of the Goddess merges with the four substances based here, viz., Water, turmeric and lime, it becomes Panchakala or Pancha Prana.
In the past, human sacrifices were followed by animal sacrifices, and in modern times the red sacrifice is performed as a symbol of blood, similar to the above.
Guruti Darshan and Guruti Vazhi are most auspicious for the possibility of getting rid of demonic demonic demonic plagues.
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