The sacred bath ‘ABHISHEKAM’ is performed to Goddess Padmavati Devi on Fridays.
All the rituals and pujas are offered to Ammavaru are as per the procedures of ‘PANCHARATRA AGAMA’.
Goddess Mahalakshmi immersed herself in penance and emerged as ‘SRI PADMAVATI DEVI’ from a Lotus located at the centre of Pushkarini (holy pond) on the auspicious ‘PANCHAMI’ day. Since then that day is called ‘TIRUCHANUR PANCHAMI’.
It has been an age-old tradition to worship ‘GODDESS PADMAVATI DEVI’ before worshipping ‘LORD SRINIVASA’.
The Utsavas (festivities) at Tirumala is called ‘SRIVARI UTSAVAS’ and the Utsavas at Tiruchanur are called ‘SRI UTSAVS’.
Gaja Seva (Elephant Service) occupies a prominent place in Tiruchanur since Goddess Padmavati Devi is the incarnation of ‘GAJA LAKSHMI’.
The Sanctum Sanctorum of the Ammavari Temple in Tiruchanur is called ‘SHANTI NILAYAM’.
The laddu prasadam of Ammavaru in Tiruchanur is called ‘AMRUTHA KALASAM’.
The flagstaff hoisted to commemorate Dwajarohanam has an ‘ELEPHANT’ symbol as it is dear to Ammavaru.
The very mention of Tiruchanur will bring to our mind the sacred manifestation of Goddess Alarmelmanga in the Lotus Tank ‘PADMA SAROVAR’.