The Goddess Mari which is called as Mariamman, is also a Maariamma, sense “mother”. She is the chief South Indian mother deity, chief, biggest in the countryside areas of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Through her basis which is thought to be Proto-Dravidian or non-Vedic, Goddess Mari is very much related with goddess Parvati and goddess Durga.
Public are as well pray to Mariamman for children, a fine spouse, etc. The most special contribution is “pongal”, a mix of rice and green gram, ripe frequently in the shrine compound or holy place itself in earth pots with firewood.
Some festivals in credit of goddess Mari engage procession transport illumination. In the dark, the devotee take oil which are lamp oil lamps which in parade, which is a beautiful sight.
Temple of Goddess Mariamman