On the 10th of February 1970, Mrs Sankaran Letchumi passed on feeling contented in leaving behind the temple management to her son, Mr Velu Achutan to continue the responsibility, Mr Velu Achuthan alongside his wife, Madam Neela Achuthan was instrumental in the growth of the temple. Madam Neela was a major force in the cleaning along with food and prayer preparations of the temple. Madam Neela passed on in the year of 2003 leaving behind this legacy.
Mr Velu Achuthan felt a need to build a bigger temple to accomodate the ever increasing number of devotees and he began by officially registering the temple of the 20th of March 1978 (J1119) and forming a committee which was headed by Mr Ramalingam.
Mr Ramalingam, his committee members with the strong support from the public, started preparations for the inaugurual Maha Kumbhabhishegam on the 4th of December 1994. This was also made possible with the help of the government through MIC and the late Tan Sri Mohd Rahmat, Ahli Parlimen Pulai. The temple’s foundation was officiated by none other than Tun Samy Velu who was the Minister of Energy, Telecommunication and Post and the president of MIC at that time.
12 years passed by and the 2nd Maha Kumbhabhishegam was successfully conducted on the 24th February 2008 which was helmed by Mr K. Prabhakaran wih the steadfast support of his committee members. Ever since the 1st consecration in 1994 till the present, the temple has never failed in conducting all major prayers and festivals in accordance to the Hindu tradition.