Sabarimala Makaravilakku and Makara Jyothi 2023 Live Streaming Online: Makara Jyothi is the most significant event at Kerala’s well-known Sabarimala temple. A sea of devotees swarm the temple to witness the grand ceremony on the 14th of January each year. Three times in the evening, priests or higher authorities at the Sabrimala temple light a lamp on Ponnambalamedu hill. The name for this lamp is Makar Jyoti. Priests at the Pamba temple, which is located at the base of the Sabarimala temple, show people this light, which is believed to have heavenly origins. So, what is Makaravilakku 2023 Makara Jyothi timings? How can I stream the live broadcast of Makaravilakku 2023 and Makara Jyothi Darshanam from Sabarimala Temple? Please review the information below to tune in at this time for LIVE coverage of the Sabarimala Makaravilakku Mahotsav.
The Makara Jyothi star can be observed annually on January 14 or 15. It leaves Ponnambalemedu, four kilometres from Sabarimala, between 6:00 and 8:00 pm. The official Doordarshan Twitter account has announced that the Makaravilakku Festival will be broadcast live from the Sabarimala Temple on January 14 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Makara Jyothi is an annual star worshipped in large numbers at the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala on Makar Sankranti. It is believed that Ayyappan manifests as Makara Jyothi in order to bless his devotees. The auspicious flame, or Makara Jyothi, will be visible after sunset on January 14, so tune in to live streaming channels after 5 p.m.
— Doordarshan National दूरदर्शन नेशनल (@DDNational) January 14, 2023
After decorating the statue of Lord Ayyappa with sacred ornaments, the Makaravilakku ceremony will be performed. The sacred jewels of the Lord, or Thiruvabharanam (given by the king of Pandalam), arrive at Sabarimala in three boxes. Upon the arrival of the jewel boxes, the entire mountain reverberates with millions of devotees chanting “Saranam Ayyappa”
Makara Jyothi is a component of the Makaravalikku festival, one of the most significant festivals celebrated at Sabarimala Temple. This year, the Makaravalikku holiday will be observed on January 15, the day the sun enters Makar Rashi. On this day, thousands of people travel to the Sabrimala Temple in Kerala to pray to Lord Ayyappa.