Maha Kumbabishegam

Maha Kumbabishegam

A Temple has been constructed within the College premises and conducted Maha Kumbabishekam in the presence of honorable chairman Dr. K.V. Kuppusamy,ourBeloved Trustees and many and other delegates on  September 20, 2018.Kumbhabhishekham, also known as Samprokshanam is a Hindu temple ritual that is believed to homogenize, synergize and unite the mystic powers of the deity. Kumbha means the Head and denotes the Shikhara or Crown of the Temple (usually in the Gopuram) and Abhisekham or Prokshanam is ritual bathing.

On the appointed day and at an auspicious time, the Kumbha is bathed with the charged and sanctified holy waters in the sacrificial pot and, by a mystic process, these pranic powers trickle down a silver wire and enter the deity installed inside the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. The deity, which was until then only a granite sculptured stone image, is believed to transform into a vibrant and vivid living representation of the deva with innate beatitude, grace and grandeur, conferring divine blessings on all devotees.