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Timings

Abhisheka

--- 4.00am to 6.00am

Utsavas & Dharmadarshanam: (Archana allowed):

8.00am to 10.30am

Darshanam & Utsavas (Archana allowed):

12 noon to 6.30pm

Darshanam:

8.30pm to 9.30pm

 

The schedule of Poojas on every Amavasya (New Moon) & the day-before Amavasya including Jatra seasons will be changed from regular 6am & 10.30am to 3am & 6am respectively

 

POOJA & SEVA

Special Poojas start from Shravana Maasa with Kumbabhisheka.  There are 6 Jatras in a year -  during Mahalaya, Dasara, Diwali, Karthika, Maha Shivarathri & Chandramana Ugadi.

In Dasara - Teppotsavam; in Diwali - Maha Rathotsavam & Teppotsavam; on the Mondays of Karthika - Teppotsavam; in Maha Shivarathri - Maha Rathotsavam; & in Chandramana Ugadi - Teppotsavam will be held.

Every month on Sankashta Hara Chathurthi - Abhishekam to Sri Balamuri Ganapathi @ morning 8 & the Abhishekam to Sri Ganapathi at the temple in the evening will be held.

The Last Monday of Karthika - Maha Jyothi Darshanam in the evening, Homa & Deepada Giri oddu will be held.

 

REGULAR DAYS
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday

SPECIAL DAY 
Sunday, Monday, Amavase Chathurdashis & Festivals  

Suprabhatam          early morning @ 5.30

Pooja, Abhisheka & Sevas
One ticket for two persons

6.00 am to 8.00 am

10.30 am to 12 noon

6.45 pm  to 8.30pm

Utsavas, Dharmadarshana & Archanas   
8.00 am to 10.30 am

12 noon to 6.30 pm

8.30 pm upto closure

All Utsavas will be held inside the temple premises

Suprabhatam                          early morning @ 3.00

Pooja, Abhisheka & Sevas
             
One ticket per person              

4.00 am to 6.00 am

    6.45 pm  to 8.30pm   

Dharmadarshana & Archanas 
6.00 am to 6.00 pm

  9.00 pm upto closure

Utsavas
Morning 7.00 to Evening 7.00

All Utsavas will be held outside the temple premises

Special Pooja on Amavases Days

Enne Majjana (Oil Bath) to the Lord

Abhishekam Golden Chariot Maha Mangalarathi Panchamrutha Alankaram