RITUALS AND FESTIVALS

The Jatara festival is the temple fair starts on “Kothamavasya” the eve of the Telugu new year day and it continues for a period of one month. The jatara festival will be celebrated in the month of March or April every year according to telugu New years day (ugadi). On the last day of the festival they celebrate a festival known as “Nela pandaga”. People from other countries such as Malaysia and Singapore also visit the temple in the large number to have the Darshan and blessings of the diety. Devotees visit the temple in large groups for nearly two to three months starting from the Kothamavasya day.

Other festivals like Vinayakachavithi , Sri Devi navaratrulu will be celebrated. Special poojas will be offered during the days of “Devinavaratrulu”. Mahalakshmi dharma pooja will be performed a day before Diwali, and Diwali is performed in a grandian manner.On “Makara Sankranti” special poojas will be performed and poor feeding will take place after the poojas. The diety will be decorated every day as usual and on the auspious days floral decoration takes place.

Aarati Timings
Balabhoga Nivedyam 6:30 am
All Darsanams from 6:30 a.m.
Dhoop 6:30 pm
Shej 8:00 pm