01st June 2014
Villakku Pooja was conducted at our school premises – Primary Block. 21 of our school parents participated in the pooja.
06th July 2014
25th Vilakku Pooja was celebrated at Kumaran Kundram temple. Totally 109 ladies participated in the pooja.
27th July 2014
Uzhavarapani was performed at Perambedu Village. This village is nearly 6 to 7 kms from Thirukazha Kundram town.
65 team members visited the temple. They cleaned both the Sivan Temple (Agastheswarar) and the Amman (Gangai) Temple. After cleaning the floor a team washed the temple vastrams, vessels and lamps.
Abishekam was performed. 83 village ladies performed Thiruvilakku pooja. ‘Go Pooja’ was also performed. 32 ladies participated in the kolam competition and best three kolams were given prizes.
Annual Day of Uzhavarapani
26th January 2014
As a part of 150th Year of Swami Vivekananda’s Birth anniversary uzhavarapani in and around Thirukazhakundram temples were undertaken as requested by Sri Kanchi Mutt. Accordingly we started this work during February 2013 and completed in December 2013. We had invited parents those who had visited for uzhavarapani work at villages this year. The Annual day was held on 26.01.2014. The villagers and parents in about 200 in numbers were present. The villagers from Mullikulathur and Perumbedu performed bhajan. A power point presentation about the uzhavarapani was shown to the audience. The Principal welcomed the audience and appreciated the parents for their excellent work on uzhavarapani. Shri Subbu, Journalist as Chief Guest interacted with the villagers and parents who had gone for uzhavarapani job. Shri R. Ravindran, Hony. Correspondent praised the core committee members of the uzhavarapani . Selected people were honoured with a shawl and memento by Shri S. Viswanathan, Correspondent, Sankara Vidyalaya, Pammal. Shri Viswanathan spoke highly about the job done and requested us to continue the job. The villagers of Perumbedu and Mullikulathur were given music instruments (Harmonium, Tabla & Bhajan Instruments)
A photo exhibition was also arranged for the audience to see the temples where uzhavarapani was performed.
In the vote of thanks it was mentioned to do uzhavarapani in the same area twice a month. The audience were given prasadam.