On 14th January, 1999 the installation of Lord Ganesha and Devi Bhadrakali was got performed by Tantri BrahmaSree Akkeeraman Kalidasa Bhattathiripad as sub-deities of the temple. Again on 18th January, 2004 installation of Navagrahas was got performed at the temple premises, the first kind of it in Rajasthan. Lord Siva temple is also there in the Sannidhanam.
Lord Ganesha is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. Lord Ganesha is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. All temple events and other good events starts with a Ganapathy Homam or by breaking a coconut in front of Lord Ganesha so every worldly activity starts with the worshiping of Lord Ganesha Devotees believe that if Ganesha is propitiated, he grants success, prosperity and protection against adversityFestivals associated with Ganesh are “the Vināyaka caturthī or Ganesh Chaturthi in the śuklapakṣa (the fourth day of the waxing moon) in the month of Chingam (August/September) On that day rituals like Ashtadravya Mahaganapathi Homam is performed in the temple. The most famous mantras of Lord Ganesha is Om Gam Ganapataye Namah. Bhadrakāli is one of the forms of the Supreme Deity. Bhadra in Sanskrit means blessed, auspicious; fair, beautiful; good; fortunate, prosperous. Bhadrakali is the popular form of Devi worshiped in Kerala. In Kerala she is considered the auspicious and fortunate form of Kali. She is generally considered the consort of Shiva in the form of Rudra. Bhagavathy (Bhagavathi) or Devi is considered as female aspect of the divine Shakthi. Shakthi is considered as the female counterpart without whom the male aspect remains ineffective. Shakthi is the power and Shakthi devotion is a essential part of Hindu Tradition.