As the shrine grew into a beautiful temple, the devotees started feeling the devotion of Lord Krishna. One particular devout lady was undergoing a traumatic experience in her life. Her marriage life was in turmoil, due to an adulterous husband. She resolved to fix her life by asking Lord Krishna to assist her. Eventually her husband left her, and she raised her three children by her own effort. She found solace in participating in temple functions, and ensured that her children joined in as well. Now her life is filled with joy, and her children have become successful in career. Also Lord Krishna is reputed in this temple to frequently bestow the gift of offspring. Many childless couples get their prayers answered at this holy place. Once they’re prayers are answered, the couples contribute towards the upkeep of the temple as a mark of appreciation.
Krishna Jeyanthi is celebrated on a grand scale at this place of worship. The whole temple becomes energetic with 13 days of festivities. On the very last day, Gokula Asthami is celebrated with much devotion. A holy cow is brought into the quarters of the temple for Komadha puja. This puja sanctifies the temple, as the cow is Lord Krishna’s favourite animal. Lastly, many dances are held to celebrate Lord Krishna’s birthday. Kola Attam (dancing with sticks) and Kumi Attam (dancing with clapping hands) are performed by devotees, for the pleasure of Lord Krishna and his consorts, Satyabhama and Rukmini.
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