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Chakrasnanam: The Chakrasnanam performed on the concluding day of the Brahmotsavam is nothing but the avabhrita snanam, obseved at the end of a yajna. On this day, the utsava murthy goes round the temple in a gaily decorated pallaki. After Churnabhishekam, the Lord with his consorts again goes on a prosession to Sri Varaha Swamy temple on the west bank of Swamy Pushkarini. There the utsavamurthy enjoys a refreshing abhishekam. Then the Chakrattalvar gets a bath in the sacres waters of Swamy Pushkarini which is known as Avabhritam or Chakrasnanam.


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