Devotees offer Goddess Rajarajeswari with a large measuring utensil called "para" filled with ingredients like rice, paddy, sugarcane molasses (sarkara), rice flakes, popped rice, turmeric, banana, coconut, flowers, sesame seeds or coins.
This is decorated with the coconut flower on top, which resembles the symbol of prosperity. Devotees show their gratitude by filling the pot with ingredients mentioned above. It is believed that offering of Nirapara gives prosperity, wealth, wellness, happiness and mental peace.
At Vazhappully Temple, devotees offer Nirapara every year during the annual festival of "Makarapath" in the month of Jan/Feb.
From Makaram 1 to 4th, Rajarajeswari devi's Utsava murthy is carried on an elephant to each house in the neighbourhood to accept the Nirapara offering of the devotees.