MANDALA POOJA AND TEMPLE MAHOTSAV
Mandala Pooja Mahotsav is celebrated 41 days every year, starting from middle of November to the end of December. The poojas are performed in the name of devotees based on their birth stars as a Vazhipad (offering) to the Lord.
Every year the annual Temple Mahotsav is celebrated for five days, which concludes on the last Saturday of Vrischikam (middle of December). This is one of the main temple celebrations in Nerul Township witnessed by the citizen of Nerul every year.
PRATISHTA DAY MAHOTSAV
Pratishta Day Mahotsav is celebrated for two days every year. Pratishta Day normally falls in the end of June or in the first week of July on the Pooyam (Pushya) Nakshatram of Malayalam month Midhunam.
MAHASHIVARATHRI AND NEERANJANA DEEPOTSAVAM
Special poojas are performed on Maha Shivaratri days. Lord Shiva is the God of destruction. On Maha Shivaratri day, He is also worshiped to ward off the malefic effect of Shani Dev.
Apart from the above celebrations, we observe and perform special poojas on important days like Ganesh Chaturthi, Makar Sankaranti, Dattatray Jayanti, Ram Navami , Janmashtami, Navarathri, etc.
Facility for performing for various special poojas (50 types) and Thulabharam, an important offering to all deities, exist at the temple for the benefit of the devotees.