With its lofty ideal of "Ore Thai and Ore Kulam"
"only one Mother and one Race" it is admitting into its
innermost chamber - garbha
griha - all the devotees, regardless of their affiliations to caste,
colour, creed, religion, region, age, sex, language etc. A novelty,
no where practiced, though preached always. This synthesis of
divergent faiths makes this Sidhakshetra a microcosm of the
religious life of India.
Every festival of major religions of our
sacred land are performed in the Garbha Griha-Karuvarai. In
accordance with the provisions made, Christians, Jains, Buddhists
can enter the sanctum and offer prayers in the pattern they are
accustomed to. Besides, there are no hereditary priests to harass or
brow-beat the devotees, by mumbling something, only to extract
abnormal sums by way of fees to conducting prayer services. Anyone
can offer archana, abhishekam etc. by himself, guided by some
experienced devotees, whose duration lasts for 24 hours.