Welcome to Shri Dhanalakshmi Mahal & Shri Dhanalakshmi Guest House , where tradition meets comfort since our establishment on 9/2/1994. With a glowing 4.6-star Google review, we pride ourselves on providing an exceptional experience.
Our mahal boasts 4 A/C triple rooms and 2 double rooms, perfect for accommodating groups of 15-20 members comfortably. Whether it’s for a serene stay or a vibrant celebration, our marriage hall, dining hall, and Aasirvath Hall offer the ideal spaces.
We go beyond just spaces; we offer comprehensive facilities. From food arrangements that tantalize your taste buds to travel arrangements for your convenience, we ensure a seamless experience. Need hot water, car parking, or any assistance? Consider it done.
Located on South Street in Thirukadaiyur, our strategic location ensures ease of access. Check-in at 4 PM and immerse yourself in the warmth of our hospitality. And when it’s time to bid adieu, check-out the next day by 3 PM, leaving with cherished memories. At Shri Dhanalakshmi Mahal, we curate moments that last a lifetime. Your comfort, our priority.
About Our Services
The tradition believes that completing the Tamil calendar’s 60th year and entering the 61st year marks a significant blessing. Hence, during their 61st year, a male performs the Sashtiabdapoorthi, a traditional ceremony.
By reaching the age of sixty-one, the individual experiences the happiness of witnessing the marriages of their children and grandchildren, bringing immense joy. Additionally, during this stage of life, they seek the blessings of their elderly relatives, friends, and well-wishers for the successful completion of Sashtiabdapoorthi.
Conducting the Sashtiabdapoorthi involves consulting a knowledgeable priest to select an auspicious day and time. This ceremony can be performed at a temple, marriage halls, or even at one’s home. Following this, the couple’s children should invite their relatives and friends to attend their parents’ Sashtiabdapoorthi or grand celebration.
On the day of the ceremony, as per the priest’s guidance, rituals like Kuladeivam Pooja, followed by Ganapathi Homam, Lakshmi Homam, Ayush Homam, Amrutha Mrithyunjaya Homam, Danvanthri Homam, and other homams are conducted. Subsequently, a Kalasa Pooja is performed. Later, during an auspicious time, the son, who is now sixty-one years old, ties a new sacred thread around his mother’s neck, marking the completion of the Sashtiabdapoorthi ceremony for the family.