Makara Jyoti (Light of Capricorn) – Sabarimala Makaravilakku Festival on 14th January 2018 – Millions of devotees are relied upon to witness the renowned Sabarimala Makaravilakku at the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala, India.
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Makaravilaku – Makara Jyothi marks the end of the Sabarimala Mandala Pooja journey season. By customary Malayalam panchangam and Vedic crystal gazing, the Makaravilakku pooja will occur at 6:30 PM at night.
Sabarimala leaders will have the able to witness the Makarajyothi Anduthram star at the Ponnambalamedu and the Thiruvabharanam embellished Lord Ayyappa Swamy.
Sabarimala Makarasamkramam (Makara Samkramam) is the time when Lord Surya (the Sun God) moves from Dhanu Rasi to Makaram Rasi. Makarasamkrama Pooja is at Sabarimala temple during this time. Travelers will be permitted to climb the Pathinettampadi (the sacred 18 stages) after Ucha Pooja. Enthusiasts can witness the most critical night Deeparadhana and Makara Jyothi Darshan. The most fascinating element of deeparadhana is that the Brahminy kite (falcon) is floats over the Sabarimala Temple showing to begin the promising night deeparadhana on Makaravilakku day.
After the deeparadhana, the Makarajyothi star will show up on the sky. Makara Jyothi is worshiped as a piece of custom in Sabarimala Temple on Makara Sankranti on 14 January consistently. Sincere Hindus trust that the jyothi is a heavenly wonder and its locating is promising and brings good fortunes and gifts.
It is said that Lord Sri Rama and his brother Lakshmana met Sabari, a urban lover, at Sabarimala. Sabari offered the Lord fruits subsequent to tasting them. However, the Lord acknowledged them happily and entire heartedly. The Lord then turned and saw an divine person doing tapas. He asked Sabari who it was. Sabari said it was Sasta. Rama strolled towards Sasta and the last faced welcome the Prince of Ayodhya. The commemoration of this occurrence is praised on Makara Vilakku day. It is trusted that on Makara Vilakku day, Lord Dharmasasta stops his tapas to favor his fans.
Another popular mythology belief is that the Makara Vilakku is lit there in recognition of the aarathi performed by Dev rishis and Devas at the season of disclosure of His Divine structure (Roopa) by Manikantan (an incarnation of Sasta).