Trees are worshiped. The neem tree and the peepal tree are married together by the people and the bandhaaram (yellow thread on the neck of married women) and bottu (gold coin on the bandhaaram) are tied on the neem tree. Anthills are worshiped. Snakes are worshiped. There are some huts which have anthills within them and these, considered the abodes of snakes, are never disturbed. Milk and eggs are offered there. The cobra is auspicious.
Every day the village people take turns for the shrine. In the morning the place is swept, and muggu put. The oil is poured, and the map lit. Lemons are also put on the soolam.
The Sibbalamma temple
This temple is special for the Eddulu families. And daily, in turns, the temple is maintained and the lamp lit.
Once the jewellery of the goddess was stolen, and later replaced with bronze jewels. When the thief was not located, the people decided the goddess would dispense justice as she saw fit.