The girl was left in the company of women police officials, while her father and the others proceeded to the temple located at the top of the hill.
The two-month-long Sabarimala temple festival officially opened for pilgrims on Sunday.
Till now seven women have been denied permission to pray at the shrine as all of them fell in the earlier "banned" age group.
Though the apex court on Thursday gave a 32 verdict referring the Sabarimala review pleas to a larger bench, it maintained that it has not stayed its September 28, 2018 order allowing women of all ages to enter the temple.
But this time the Kerala government has made its position clear that it would not make any effort for the entry of women into the temple to pray.
Last year, the police provided security to women who faced stiff resistance from activists of right-wing outfits.
Travancore Devasom Board (the body that looks after the management of most temples in the southern districts of the state) President N.Vasu, who recently took over as the new president said there is a lot of ambiguity in the latest apex court verdict.
"We are not going to take any extra efforts to get clarity as we are extremely busy with the day-to-day running of the temple," said Vasu.