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Night Ceremony

Every traditional Hindu temple such as Meenakshi temple opens at the crack of dawn with a belief, custom of waking God and Goddess up from their divine rest by classical music with an opening prayer of the beautiful day. At night during the final prayer of the day, God Siva, husband of Meenakshi would typically be carried in a palanquin from his shrine and escorted to his residing place, where Goddess Meenakshi waits in her shrine for her husband to come home. This lively divine procession followed by a piece of music along with a gathering of devotees. Once the God Siva reaches his home, they rest in their bed chamber is made of pure silver. This daily process of religious action at early in morning is being traditionally named Thirupalli Ezhuchi - wake up prayer Morning Prayer opening ceremony. During night it is said to be named, closing ceremony bed chamber ceremony night ceremony.

  Bed Chamber
It is of Meenakshi temple which is also used in local Tamil language as Palliyarai, palli denotes resting, and yarai means sanctum sanctorum. It is by tradition or religion sensed the divine and holy place where God and Goddess are assumed, considered to be resting throughout the night.

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Sound and light show

Venue: Tirumalai Nayak Palace.

Time:6.45 p.m.(English) and 8 p.m. (Tamil).


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