Adambara

Everything offered to add to the pomp and splendor of the temple and procession of the Lord is called adambara.

Pictures, paintings, murals etc, Offered by devotees with which the temple will be decorated. Devotees sometimes give their offering for covering the roof of the sreekovil with gold. Oil will be offered by devotees with which deepasthambams, Vilakkumadam, flambeaus etc, will be lighted which will add glory to the illumination. Often devotees will bring lamps of bronze silver and gold, umbrella and other Paraphernalia of the procession and other decorations of elephants. In addition to all these, elephants, crows, horse, deer, peacocks etc. Also will be offered to the Lord by the devotees (Now deer and peacocks are not accepted). Musical instruments like drums, pipes, flute, conches, cymbal, Tambura etc will be there among the offerings of some devotees. Reading of Puranas, Chakyarkoothu, Padhakams, Thullals and Recital of the Lords leela and songs and hymns also will be performed as offerings. Artists will often have their first public performs (Arangettam) before the Lord as a sacred offering. And to crown all these, there is the Krishnanattam, which can be booked by the devotees paying the fee thereof. As already mentioned, Krishnanattam is divided into eight parts to be performed on eight consecutive nights and the devotees can have their own choice of the story of the day, so as to fulfill their particular prayer.

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