The Presiding Deities
Come to the Prayer Hall at 6 am any morning to witness the beauty of the divine couple, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Narayan. They will keep you spellbound for hours together. You can feel the sublime vibrations in this Prayer Hall.

Devi and the Lord

Come to the Prayer Hall at 6 am any morning to witness the beauty of the divine couple, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Narayan. They will keep you spellbound for hours together. You can feel the sublime vibrations in this Prayer Hall. It is a feeling that many of us devotees have experienced – a feeling that – the Devi is not merely an idol but is overwhelmingly alive and open to our devotion.
In the words of Amma, ‘I see life in these deities. I talk to them. Goddess Lakshmi speaks to me. She uses me, this body as an instrument in getting Her work done. All these miracles happen here as per Her wish. I am merely a puppet in Her hands’.
The Goddess who manifests herself on the person of the Mata listens to all Her devotees’ prayers and answers them with a smile. She soothes them with Her kind voice; She creates confidence in them when they seem to be losing hope. In Amma’s words, ‘The Goddess is a Kalpataru who fulfils all wishes. I wish more and more people visit this Prayer Hall and get Her blessings’.
Devi and the Lord

The Devi and the Lord, Before and During Viswaroopa

This feeling comes scintillatingly true when you get darshan of Amma in the presence of the Devi and the Lord.
As recent as on 29-Dec-2012, (in the month of mArgazhi or Danur) the devotees were witness to an unfolding of what usually is termed as miracle.
Lord Narayan grew in physical stature. Many devotees were dumb struck. A few were left wondering what this is all about. A few others burst into tears. Many felt blessed to be present here.
Amma clarified that this is Viswarupa darshan of the Lord, and that He would be in this form for a day. For the devotees, this Viswarupa is an assertion of and a testimony to what the Devi had said in one of Amma’s Bhajans, that: mArgazhi mAthalile, mAdhavane uNai manathinil ninaipavarku mangala kAtchithannai manamuvanthu aLipAye, shree mahAvishnuvin viswarUpa darisanam kAna kidaikumo kaliyuga varathane, which loosely translates to: when devotees long for the viswarUpa darshan, and pray during the month of Danur, will you, Oh Lord, not grant that wish?
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