The 10-day Panguni Brahmotsavam will commence at the Mari Chetty Street’s Sri Venkatesan Perumal Temple with a street procession on Tuesday (April 6) evening.
The popular Garuda sevai will take place next Saturday evening with the procession starting at 8pm.
The Chariot procession is slated for the morning of April 10. Other popular vahana processions include Hanumantha Vahana on Thursday (April 8) evening, Yaanai Vahana on Sunday ( April 11) evening and Horse Vahana on Tuesday ( April 13) evening.
The Brahmotsavam will be followed by a music kutcheri by TN Music College students on five evenings starting April 16 between 7pm and 9pm.