It is assumed that this extremely rare and unique sacrificial ritual has not been carried out for the past two centuries. In accordance with our aim of reviving extinct ritual practices, this special Nagabali will be performed. This ritual is an act of atonement for all misdeeds to serpents. The serpents of all three realms, the Heaven, Earth and Hell are invoked and different rare rites are performed in their presence to please them. The main specialty is that, Rice flour which is the offering to the serpents, is ground by the people who are present in the ‘Kaavu’ to witness the rituals. Everyone is an active participant and there is no racial/gender discrimination in this practice. Following this, all the "Nagadosham" is devolved into the sacrificial object or "Guruthi" and is offered to Nagakali during midnight with accompaniment of traditional percussion instruments of Kerala. The ‘Bali’ ritual is then concluded with generous prayers to the serpents for the well being and happiness of the residents of the state. This is a result of serious studies and research over the years. The ideologies of the Puja and foundation of idols of this Kaavu is purely based on Tantric Science.