Makaravilakku is a very important festival at the Sabarimalai temple in Kerala. To commemorate the day when the sun enters the nectar, Makaravilakku is celebrated on January 14 every year.
Makaravilakku Live Updates.
Makarivilakku will be celebrated on Friday at Sabarimala Sannidhanam. Makara Jyothi will appear in the sky on Friday evening. On the Friday morning at 2.29 am, there was a chanting of worship and ‘Abhishekam’, ‘Kanni Ayyappan’ from Kaudiyyar Palace (who first came to Sabarimalai as Ayyappa Vidyarthi) and ‘Nayi temanga’ (gheebagaye) with ‘ghee’ At 6.30 pm, there will be a ‘Deepadhanam’ (dedication of a lamp) to God. ‘Thiruvabharanam’ will also be introduced to God.
At this time, the ‘Makara Nakshatra’ will appear in the sky and then the Makara Jyoti will appear in Ponnambalammedu. Despite the Kovid restriction, there is no room for erection of Parnasala. Darshan is not allowed in Pullumadu.
Thousands of devotees gather at the Sabarimala temple in Kerala to offer prayers at Ayyappa Swami Sanni. On the day of Makaravilakku celebration, a Jyotir is seen three times on the Ponnambalamedu hill, 4 km from the temple. The light of this lamp is called Makara Jyothi.
Makara jyothi 2022 Darshan at Home
Those who are unable to do this traditional Makar Jyoti Darshan by visiting Sabarimala directly can get the darshan of the Jyoti from their home. Read a special report on how to view the Makar Jyothi live stream on a hill 4 km away from the Sabarimala temple.
The third wave of the coronavirus epidemic is likely to be a little different from the 2022 nectar in each year. Most of the time, people are worried about Kovid-19 infection, staying safe in the house and waiting for Makar Jyothi.
By the time of sunset on the evening of January 14, the Jyoti is seen three times on the Ponnambalamedu hill, 4 km away from the Sabarimalai Ayyappaswamy temple. It is believed that this lamp has a heavenly origin. This is shown by the chief priests at the Pamba Temple at the base of Sabarimala.
How to Watch Makara Jyothi Live
Every year, many news channels broadcast news about the observance of the Makar Jyothi Darshan at Sabarimala. There are no official channels for broadcasting this Makar Jyothi in Kerala. News of the celebration will be broadcast on major news channels across the state. The live broadcast of the Makar Jyothi celebration will begin at 5 pm on January 14
Makara Jyothi Darshan at sunset:
Auspicious sky flames, light or Capricorn will appear after sunset. On the evening of January 14th at 5pm, the statue of Ayyappa will be decorated with gold jewelery.
Happy Makara Jyothi
The star is illuminated after the star Sirius appears in the sky. It is believed by the devotees that the celebration of Makaravilakku in 2022 will bring happiness, peace, comfort and happiness in the future. We hope that this Makara Jyothi will bring love and light into your life. Best wishes for Makaraveli 2022.