When star Chothi is seen in the sky, Thriprayr Thevar reaches western part of paddy field with seven elephants and Panchavadyam. After that 21 elephants joins the procession with Paandimeelam.
On reaching the ceremonial place in the paddy field Thevar is accompanied by Urakathammathiruvadi along with Chathakkudam Sastha on the left and Cherpu Bhagavathy on the right. Here in total 71 elephants are paraded. It is believe3d that Lord Mahavishnu is giving blessings to devlotees together with Goddess of Earh(Cherpu Bhagavathy) and Goddess Lakshmi(Urakam Ammathiruvadi. The one and only one grand sight takes you to divine peace.
Kooti Ezhunallippu is also referred as Vaikuntam (where Lord Mahavishnu and other Gods and Godesses are believed to be staying).
It is believed that Ganga Devi is present at Mandharam Kadavi(Bhathing Ghat) of Arattupuzha river. After Kootiezhunallippu Lord Thevar with Cherpu Bhagavathy and Urakam Ammathiruvadi proceeds for the holy dip. Special tents are built for the customary rituals and poojas. Thousands takes part in the holy dip.
After Arattu Sastha of Arattupuzha comes out of the temple and say farewell to departing deities. Sastha follows Cherpu Bhagavathy and Urakam Ammathiruvadi till the end of paddy field.
Sastha follows the Thevar to say farewell and administrator of the devaswom announces the next year’s pooram date calculated by Devaswom astrologer. Thevar takes off the Makudam(top of Kolam), considered to be head dress of king in order to express the feeling of departure and starts his way back to Thriprayar temple. Sastha returns to temple accompanied by devotees.
Sastha protector of all the villare circum navigates the villate to bless his people. Gramabali is done for the safety of village. Head priest of the temple follows the Sastha and observers special rituals at different places. Starting from Arattupuzha, Sastha travels along the paddy fields and visits the temples at Kottamkulangara, Mympilly, Urakam, Kidakulangara, Aynikkad, Muthullial, Cherpu, Thayamkulangara, Mekkavu, Peruvanam, Thiruvullakkavu, Vallachira, Chathakkudam, Pidikkaparambu, Pisharikkal, Thottippal and Mulangu before reaching the Arattupuzha temple at 5am next day. Function ends with lowering of flag at temple.