Events & Festivals

Veeraraghava Perumal Temple, Tiruvallur

April to May (Chitrai Tamil Month) 10 days Bramothsavam with Tirthavari on Chitra Star day. 10 days of Sribhasyakarar Thirunakshathira

Arulmigu Subramaniya Swami Temple, Tiruttani

Aadi Krittikai

Aadi Krittikai festival (in July-August) lasts for three days with Float Festival when lakhs and lakhs of devotees come to this holy place from far and near. The streets are thronged to the full. About one lakh and fifty thousand flower kavadis (which increase with each year) are offered to the deity. The sight of the devotees who carry them, uttering the sacred and inspiring “Haro Hara!” (Hallelujah) as they march and dance in long rows touches the very core of our hearts and makes us spellbound.

Padi Bhujai

When the old (Gregorian) year is rung out and the New Year sets in (ie at the stroke of midnight on December 31st each year), lakhs of devotees are present on the sacred Tanikai hill to have the darshan of their Lord.

Sri Vadaranyeswarar Temple, Tiruvalangadu

Thiruvadhirai in the Tamil month of Margazhi (December-January) is the most important festival of this temple.
Almost all other festivals pertaining to Lord  Shiva are observed in this temple.