Few compulsory rituals has to be carried out by the devotees yearly or twice a year. All the devotees must offer silk dhoti to god and they must sacrifice goat or cock. The animal or the bird to be sacrificed should be left in the campus of Veeranar temple as a young one and let it grow to be an adult, later it is chopped down. Devotees tie a colourful ribbon in one leg of the scape goat or cock to identify their own animal. The villager also don’t harm the animals with ribbon tied. If any one steal the scapegoat or cock, he will be punished by the Veeranar. As Veeranar is a guardian deity, he should be offered liquor, cigar and opium.
Once a carpenter stole the silver eyes of Veeranar and hid it in his house, the very next day he was found dead, still now the cause for his death is a mystery. After his death the eyes were restored to the Lord. This very incident created an unshakable faith in Veeranar and no one dared to take anything from the temple.
Every year during Maha Shiva Rathiri and during Second Friday of August people having Veeranar as the family deity should come and gather at this place. On these days the whole village is adorned with flowers, plantain trees, and garlands. It is filled with music and fun. Couples with new born babies, do the first tonsuring to their child here and some conduct ear boring function. First invitation for any function is offered to Veeranar, to seek his blessing throughout the function.
This temple is situated in a village near Thanjavur.
Buses are available from Thanjaur to Kallaparambur village. From the bus stand, temple is situated in just a few minutes’ walk.