However, the first day of the month, Malayppa Swami and his two consorts and Lord Ganesha are taken in procession around the temple to herald this sacred month.
Thereafter prayers are held on each Saturday of the month.
It is the period of the year in which we pay homage to Lord Vishnu.
Therefore our worship is thanksgiving to mother nature for preservation.
The understanding is that Purtassi is the Tamil fasting month.
As a Telugu person, many are unsure if one should be fasting or not.
I am also adventurous girl who likes to explore this beautiful world.
Over the years, the have been variations of the Purtassi fasting month has been mystified.
Each person has his or her own version of whether Telugu’s should or shouldn’t fast.
Special recitals pertaining to Lord Vishnu are conducted from religious books like Garuda Parthu and Thirunaam Padhigam.
Devotees hail the phrase: “Govinda, Govinda, Govinda”, after each verse is recited.