temple's chariot popularly known as Thanga Ratham drawn at nights in the outer
spacious prakara holds irresistible attraction for every visitor. The chariot is
about 15 feet in height and is tastefully decorated that enhances the
resplendent beauty of the deity seated in it.
The electrical illumination and
the exquisitely carved images on the pillars around, and atop the, seat of
Utsavamurti affectionately called Chinnakumara offer a rich feast to the eyes.
The instrumental music and recitation of holy chants and hymns by the specially
trained temple staff as it goes round send thrills in the
spines of the beholders.