The daily pooja vidhi during the Vritham is simple. Saranam Vili (chanting of Ayyappa names) should be preferably done twice a day – morning and evening. 1. Ayyappan Swamy Shlokas & Mantras. (English) . Add the words ‘Saranam Ayyappa’ after each line. 1. Swamiye. . Om Vishnupoojakaya namaha. Ayyappa Nithya Pooja Vidhanam – Ganesh, Shubramanya, Ayyappa Ashtothara Sathanamavali, Ayyappa Saranu Ghosha, Namaskara Shlokas and Sthothras.

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Published on Apr View Download The photo or idol of Swami Ayyapa has to be placed on a raised platform with 18 steps decorated with flowers.

The pooja procedure in as below. Om Kesavaya Namaha Om Vasudevaya namaha 2. Om Narayanaya Namaha Om Pradyumnaya namaha 3. Om Madhavaya Namaha Om Anirudhaya namaha 4. Om Govindaya Namaha Om Purushothamaya namaha 5. Om Vishnave Namaha Om Adhokshajaya namaha 6. Om Madhusudhanaya Namaha Vidhana Narasimhaya namaha 7. Om Trivikramaya Namaha Om Achyutaya namaha 8.

Om Vamanaya Namaha Om Janardanaya namaha 9. Om Shridharaya Namaha Om Upendraya namaha Om Hrishikeshaya Namaha Om Hariyee namaha Om Padmanabhaya Namaha Om Sri krishnaya namaha Om Damodaraya Namaha Om Sri Krishna Parambramaneh namo namaha Bharata Khande, EnglandAmerica Etc. Saranam Ayyappa 1 Om Swamyae. Saranam Ayyappa 2 Om Swamyae.

The people of Pandalam were honest and hard working. And their king, Rajasekara, was a good ruler and a powerful warrior. There was peace and happiness everywhere. Everything looked almost perfect. But there was one thing that was worrying the king and his queen. It was the worry that they had no children. The pious king was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva was the destroyer of evil and a patron god to the kingdom. Every day, he and his queen would pray at the big temple of Shiva near the palace.

Hear our prayers, Oh Merciful One! Lord Shiva was pleased with their devotion. The kings prayers would be answered englixh. After all, this was all part of a divine plan. Meanwhile, not far away, in the forests around Pandalam, a fierce vidanam was praying to Lord Brahma. Her name was Mahishi. She wanted to wreck vengeance on the Devas the divine angels of heavens, for plotting to kill her brother.


Brahma is the creator of the Universe and could never deny a prayer. Mahishi knew this and wanted to get a boon from Brahma vidganam would make her invincible. After long penances, Lord Brahma appeared before Mahishi and granted her the boon that she prayed for that no one except a child born out of the union of a man and man could kill her! Armed with the boon, Mahishi entered heaven and drove away the Devas. Not even the powerful chief of Devas, Indra, could defeat Mahishi.

The terrified Devas decided to seek the help of Lord Vishnu. After all, Vishnu was the protector of the Universe.

Led by Indra, they ran to Vaikuntum, the abode vihanam Lord Vishnu. Save us from Mahishi, they pleaded. A smile appeared on the Lords auyappa. Vishnu assured them that the day would soon come when the evil one would meet her end at the hands of the child of Hari-Haran Vishnu and Shiva.

Back on earth, king Rajasekara was riding to the palace after a long day of hunting. The deep silence of the forests was broken by the cry of a newborn. Surprised, he set off in the direction from where the cry came from and found an abandoned baby boy!

The baby was radiant in the evening sun and had a shining golden bell tied around its neck. A holy sage appeared before the king, This baby is a gift from the gods.

The little one will bring you and your kingdom great glory. Bring him up as your own son, he said and disappeared. The king was overjoyed and returned to the kingdom with the child. Rajasekara decided to call the child, Mani-kantan the one with a bell around his neck. When Rajasekara brought the baby home and told his queen about his adventure, the queen could not believe her luck. Soon the news spread and there was celebration everywhere.

But there was one person who was not happy at this new turn of events. It was the kings prime minister. He was dreaming of ascending the throne after Rajasekara and the arrival of the new heir upset all his dreams.

Pandalams new prince grew into a handsome young boy. He mastered the wisdom of the holy books and became a skillful archer. His teachers realised that Manikantan was no ordinary student. People spoke about the boys bravery and kindness.


The king was proud, and the queen loved him as if he were her own. But things were to change soon.

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After a few years, the queen gave birth to a son. The king was delighted. Manikantan now had a baby brother. One day, Rajasekara called the nobles of his land.

The time has come for me to declare my successor. Manikantan, my first son will be your next king, he announced.

Veryone approved of the choice and knew that Manikantan would make a engkish king. The prime minister who was among the audience was very, very unhappy. He had to think of some way to get rid of Manikantan now. By now, the queen had started loving her own son more than Manikantan and secretly wished that the kingdom would one day belong to the son born to her engllsh her adopted one.

The minister who saw this opportunity suggested a cunning plan that would help the queen to rid of Manikantan forever! As per the plan, the queen pretended that she had a terrible stomachache. Physicians all over the kingdom tried and failed to cure her. The king became very worried. When nothing worked, the minister brought ib doctor from a faraway land. The man, who examined the queen, suggested the strangest of cures. Only the milk of a wild tigress can cure her, declared the doctor.

Daily Ayyappa Pooja Vidhi

The minister knew very well that no one except Manikantan would dare to go on such a dangerous mission to save his mother. Sure enough, Manikantan took his bow and arrow and set out to the deepest parts of the jungles around Pandalam. The king prayed to the gods to protect his beloved son. Meanwhile, the queen and the minister rejoiced at the seeming success of their scheme.

As Manikantan entered the jungles, a loud scream startled him.