Many devotees make it point every Saturday, to offer Lord Krishna garlands of ‘tulasi’, bouquets of flowers and varieties of fruit. Also, ‘bhajan’ (devotional singing) is held on this day. After the conclusion of the ‘bhajan’, a talk is held to enlighten devotees on the significance of Vaishnavism. The temple holds grand prayers on the auspicious Krishna Janmasthami and Vaikuntha Ekadasi. The temple also has a magnificent statue of Lord Hanuman. Devotees seek his blessing and protection against black magic, sorcery and evil spirits. Another unique aspect of the temple is that the temple is passionate about social activities. It has contributed Tamil education literature to a Tamil school in close proximity. In addition the temple has performed a ‘Kalvi Yatrai’ (prayers for education) for the benefit of the students.
Many devotees have witnessed the ‘lila’ (teasing activities) of Lord Krishna. These ardent devotees have witnessed baby Krishna playing with a flute, surrounded by cows and exuding fragrant sandalwood scent. Those fortunate to have had the ‘darshan’ (vision) of Lord Krishna by coincidence have an increase of wealth as well. Other devotees have witnessed a vision of a baby Lord Hanuman, beckoning them to come and play with them. The spiritual strength of this temple is definitely appealing to the hearts and the minds of its devotees.
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