Sabarimala Mandala Pooja 2022: Mandala Kala Wishes, Images, Greetings, Quotes, Messages, and Shayari

Sabarimala Mandala Pooja is one of the most auspicious festivals in Hindu festivals that is celebrated in the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala. This festival marks the end of a long 41 days of celebration called Mandala Kalam, mostly observed by the followers of Lord Ayyappa. The festivities of 42 days commence on the first day of Vrishchik Masam starting on 17th November and ending on 27th December i.e Dhanu Masam.


Makar Vilakku and Mandala Pooja are the two most significant festivals of Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple. A large crowd of devotees from various parts of Kerala visit the temple to seek blessings. During this time, the temple remains open to the public throughout the day. As per traditions, the life of anyone can be transformed if they seek the blessing of Mandala Puja during this time. The puja can be performed or attended by a person regardless of gender or age. Devotees perform this puja with full devotion and dedication. Any wish can be fulfilled during this time. As per belief, once you complete the mandala puja, devotees can get their desired wish. 

Best Sabarimala Mandala Pooja 2022 Quotes, Messages, Images, Shayari, and Wishes For Mandala Kala

Sabarimala Mandala Pooja

Wishing you a very happy Sabarimala Mandala Pooja.

Sabarimala Mandala Pooja Quotes

Greetings of the day with the blessing of Mandala Pooja.

Sabarimala mandala Pooja Greetings

Seek the blessing of Lord Ayyappa this Mandala Pooja.

Puja Vidhi

There are a few rules that every devotee needs to follow, fasting is a vital part of Mandala Puja, and South Indian people keep fast all 41 days with full strictness. Plus it is compulsory for devotees to visit the Sabarimala shrine to seek the blessing. It is advised to live a simple and pious life during this time. Devotees wear Tulsi mala or rudraksha with Lord Ayyappa’s locket till they seek the blessing of Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple after that, they can remove it. Those who do this ritual are often called ‘Ayyappan’ and ‘Swami’. Devotees need to abstain from any type of worldly pleasure. 

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