Srikalahasti Temple Abhishekam Timings and Pooja Schedule Today

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Srikalahasti Temple Abhishekam:

Four times a day, Abhishekams are done to Lord Kalahasteeswara and Goddess Gnana Prasunambika. The Abhishekam: Bathing the Lingam is a ritual that is done every day as part of prayers to Lord Kalahasteesvara. The Abhishekam is done with Panchakarpura, which is camphor mixed with water, honey, milk, camphor, and Panchamruta. This is done while chanting the mantra, which means to clean and sing praises to the Lord in a beautiful way. But no one touches the main Lingam, and all the prayers and the Panchkarpura Abhisheka are done for a bronze statue called Utsavamurty. Pilgrims who come to the temple can take part in the Abhishekam, which is done by priests from the Bhardwaja Gotra of the Apsthmaba Sutra as part of their approved Diksha. During the Abhishekam, the Lord is given flowers, sandal paste, and sacred threads.

Srikalahasti Temple Abhishekam Timings and Pooja Schedule Today

Types of abhishekams in Srikalahasti Temple:

  1. Rudrabhishekam is a different kind of Abhishekam. During this prayer, Lord Shiva is washed with milk and camphor while mantras are chanted to clean him. This event is open to devotees who pay Rs 100. After the Abhishekam, the trithprasadam is given to the devotees.
  2. Palabhishekam is a different kind of Abhishekam. It is a prayer in which milk and camphor are used to wash the Lord while mantras are chanted to clean him. This event is open to devotees who pay Rs 100. After the Abhishekam, the trithprasadam is given to the devotees.
  3. Panchamritabhishekam: This is another important Abhishekam that Lord Kalahasteeswara and his wife Gnana Prasunambika were given. People who want to take part in the Abhishekam must pay Rs 300. Bahumanam: Pulihora, panchamritam, tirtha prasadam.
  4. Pacchakarpurbhishekam: This is the only and most important type of Abhishekam that is done to a lingam that has not been touched or changed in any way. Pilgrims can pay Rs 100 to join the Abhishekams that are planned.
  5. Saniswarabhishekam: The Lord Saniswarabhishekam in the Lord Kalahaasteeswara Temple does the Abhishekam. Pilgrims can join in for Rs 150 and get a blessing from the Lord.

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Abhishekam Duration: 45 mins. Daily.

Abhishekam tickets cost: Rs. 1500 per couple.

Dress Code: Any decent outfit.

  • Temple remains open on all days. Even on the days of Grahan.
  • Jan.-Feb., April-Aug., Oct.-Dec. are the best times to go.
DayTime
Monday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Tuesday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Wednesday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Thursday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Friday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Saturday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M
Sunday6.00 A.M, 7.00 A.M, 10.00 A.M, 5.00 P.M

Important things to remember:

  • You can’t book in advance, and you can’t use the phone, the Internet, or a money order.
  • You can only book the Pooja if you are physically in the temple, and you have to use the Pooja ticket by the end of the day you book it.
  • If the Pooja is to be done during the Rahukalam (for the best results), you must be at the Pooja at least an hour or two before the Rahukalam begins.

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