The temple prescribes red garb both for the personnel, discharging
several duties and the visiting devotees. It acts as a passport to
reach the Mother's feet. It has a symbolic significance too. The
colour of the blood flowing in the veins of all, irrespective of
caste, status, nationality, language etc. is red, and it is common.
All are the children of the MOTHER, and so are equal to receive her
This highly laudable ideal of equality is represented in the
uniformity of dress - red coloured sarees and blouses for women and
red dothies and shirts for men. It is a symbol of oneness and
achieves equality through uniformity of outfit. A good ideal! Better
display!! Best means of rapport.