Alavattam and venchamarams are traditional ceremonial accessories used in Hindu rituals and temple ceremonies. Alavattam refers to a type of headgear or crown adorned by deities and high-ranking priests during sacred rituals. It is typically made of gold or silver and beautifully designed with great detailing. Venchamaram, on the other hand, is a ceremonial fan made from the tail feathers of a white yak or other auspicious birds like the peacock. It is used to fan the deities during rituals as a sign of respect and devotion. Both alavattam and venchamarams add grandeur and elegance to religious ceremonies, symbolizing the divine presence and invoking blessings.