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The day starts with a special pooja to Sri Ganesha in our temple. Devotees, by turn perform japa of the above quoted mantra from 6 am to 6 pm on a relay manner. In the evening it concludes with a satsang where devotees in chorus sing bhajans and kirtans interspersed with talks or readings.
As children we were not only treated with different kinds of sweets during dining time, (note: earlier I wrote about that delicious dish Kozhukkattai or modakam) but also were trained in lots of traditional practices that were initially appeared as queer but later loved. In igniting the imagination of the child, Ganesha worship would or even now stands supreme?
About creating a living contact between the visible
human and the invisible super human and it leads the growing child in the
practice of devotion. This worship acts as a means in giving practical shape to
develop a healthy and loving relationship with friends and neighbors.