As the history goes, this mutt was built merely by conducting unchavruthi by various dasa shironmanis. Thus, the primary idols installed were none other than Sri Rukmani Sathyabama Sahitha Sri Panduranga Vittala. Several hari dasas have contributed to the growth of this mutt. Till date, the tradition of conducting unchavrithis for important functions / aradhanas is being followed in this mutt.
Sri Raghavendra Swamy Bhajana Mandali, Anakaputhur was formed in the year 1984 and since then, it is following and upholding the traditions of the Mandali. There are innumerable Dasars who made themselves part of the Mandali and performed Bhajans and Dasara padas for eternal attainment.
One of the main pillars who made this Bhajana Mandali famous and fast growing was none other than Bhajana Shironmani Late Shri T.K. Obul Rao. There were many volunteers who joined hands with Shri Obul Rao in making the Mandali an active community, viz., S/Shri Pammal P. Srinivasa Rao, Balegedde R. Madhava Rao, Dasar D.L. Rama Rao, Polur Subbarao, Dasar M.S. Venkatramana Rao, Dasar B. Devarajan, Dasar S. Raghavendran, Dasar S.V. Prahaladhan, Dasar R. Narahari, S. Narayanan, P.S. Venkatramanan, R. Nagarajan Dasar, DLR Prasanna Venkatesh, DLR Vasu, K. Venkatraman Dasar, M.S. Srinivasa Rao, Subbarayan, Dasar Vamana Srinivasa Rao, Dasar S. Raghavendran (MIT), Dasar Vijayasarathy, Dasar C.K. Kuppuraj, C.K. Murali Bhagavathar, A.V. Narasimhan Dasar, Prasad, Venugopala Dasar, Hari Prasad Dasar, S. Prasanna, Santhanam etc. to name a few.
Apart from conducting bhajans on all important functions and occasions, the members of the Bhajana mandali regularly perform Hari Bhaja at the Anakaputhur Mutt premises on the third Sunday of every month and on Ekadasi days.