Mylai Sri Kapaleeswarar Temple Kodiyettam for Panguni Festival

Mylai Sri Kapaleeswarar Temple Kodiyettam for Panguni Festival is the flag hoisting or the ritual to mark the beginning of the temple festival. In 2014, Kodiyettam for Panguni Festival date is March 7.

The term Kodiyettam means Flag Hoisting (Dhwajarohanam). The flag reflects the temple’s spiritual energy.

Mylapore Kapaleeswarar Temple Brahmotsavam is a ten-day festival celebrated during Panguni Uthiram. In 2014, Kapaleeswarar Brahmotsavams begins on March 7 and will end on March 16 with Thirukalyanam (Thirukkalyanam of Kapaleeswar and Karpapagambigai). It starts with Dhwajarohanam (flag hoisting) at 7.30 am on March 7.

In 2014, Panguni Uthiram date is April 13.

Mylapore Kapaleeswarar temple, located in Chennai, is one of the ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in Tamil Nadu.

During the 10-day Brahmotsavam festival, Ratholsavam (Car festival) is the major event which attracts lakhs of devotees from all around Tamil Nadu and surrounding states. Panguni Uthiram festival is celebrated with utmost pomp and gaiety which marks the conclusion of Brahmotsavam festival.

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  1. K.S.Thirunavukarasu. says:

    The important days of the festival are –
    3rd day 09.03.2014 6.00 A.M. Athikara Nandi Dharshan.
    5th day 11/12.03.14 1.00 A.M. Rishaba Vahanam.
    7th day 13.03.14 9.00 A.M. Car Festival (Ther)
    8th day 14.03.14 2.55 P.M. Arupathu Moovar Vizha.
    10th day 16.03.14 7 to 8.00 P.M. Thirukalyanam –
    Kailaya Voorthi.