The flag hoisting for the Kulasekaranpattinam Mutharamman temple Dussehra festival, one of India's most unique festivities, began on the 6th. During the festival days, the Goddess arose in many guises and came within to bless the worshippers every day at 8.30 p.m. Following the flag hoisting, devotees wearing bracelets donned various outfits and collected offerings for the Goddess from the streets. Thousands of dasara groups performed and received tributes.

Due to the corona curfew, the district administration and the temple management have set numerous limits on the involvement of devotees and the dasara group. As a result, devotees will not be allowed in full on the festival's 8th, 9th, 10th, 15th, 16th, and 17th days for flag hoisting and procession, but will be allowed on other festival days from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. in compliance with the Corona Prevention Rules. It's also been mentioned. As a result, the area surrounding the temple was entirely sealed off. Thermometers were used to test devotees before they were allowed into the sanctuary.

The main event of the festival, the Surasamaharam, takes place tomorrow (15th) night. The anointing will take place at 9.30 am. The goddess wakes up in a lion vehicle in front of the temple at 12 o'clock in the night and greets Mahisasura. The event is usually held on the beach in the presence of millions of devotees.

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