Darshan & Sevas

Darshanam timings as follow:
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4.30 AM5.00 AM Mangalavadyams.
5.00 AM5.15 AM Suprabhatam.
5.15 AM 6.30 AMPratahkalapuja, Gopuja and Maha Mangala Harathi.
6.30 AM1.00 PMDarshanam, Abhishekam and Archanas by the devotees.
1.00 PM3.30 PMAlankara Darshanam.
4.30 PM4.50 PMMangalavadyams.
4.50 PM5.20 PM Pradoshakalapuja.
5.20 PM6.00 PMSusandhyam and Maha Mangala Harathi.
5.50 PM6.20 PMRajopachara puja (Parakulu) to Bhramaramba Devi.
6.20 PM 9.00 PMDarshanam, Abhishekam and Archanas.
9.00 PM10.00 PMDharma Darshanam.
9.30 PM10.00 PM Ekantha Seva.
10.00 PM Closure of the temple.


Name of the DarshanamsTimeAmountEntry for
Suprabhatha Darshanam5.00 AM250.00Couple or Single person
Mahamangala Harathi5.50 AM100.00One Person
Special Queue Line  Darshanam6.30 AM to 1.00 PM & 6.30 PM to 9.00 PM50.00One Person
Free Darshanam in general Queue6.00 AM to 3.30 PM & 6.00 PM to 10.00 PM  
Mahamangala Harathi (Evening)5.00 PM100.00One Person
Quick Darshanam6.30 AM to 1.00 PM & 6.30 PM to 9.00 PM100.00 
Note: The Suprabhatam ,Harathi,Darshnam and Abhishekams will be advanced during monday's i.e they will be start from suprabhatam 4.00Am,Harathi 5.00Am,Abhishekam 5.30Am and Darshnam 5.30Am 
The various Sevas performed in this temple along with their rusum and performance timings etc., are detailed hereunder. 

S.NoName of the Sevas & PoojasTimingsCost of ticketPooja Articals and PrasadamsNo. ofPilgrims allowed
1Special Abhishekam to Sri Swamy Varu in Garbhalayam6.00AM to 1.00 PM & 6.00PM to 8.30PMRs.600.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
2Abhishekam to Sri Vurdha Mallikarjuna Swamy6.00AM to 1.00 PM & 6.00PM to 8.30PMRs.200.00-Couple  or Single
3Ganapathi Abhishekam7.00AMRs.300.00-Couple  or Single
4Ganapathi Homam7.00AM to 7.30AMRs.350.00-Couple  or Single
5Rudra Homam7.30AM 8.30AMRs.720.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
6Kumkuma Puja to Ammavaru (At Srichakram)6.00AM to 1.00PM & 6.00PM to 8.30PMRs.350.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
7Kumkumarchana to Sri Bhramaramba Devi in the Mandapam6.00AM to 1.00PM & 6.00PM to 8.30PMRs.150.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
8Gouri Vratham7.30AMRs.300.00-Couple  or Single
9Chandi Homam9.30AMRs.720.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
10Navavarana Pooja6.30AMRs.600.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
11Kalyanotsavam7.15PMRs.500.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
12Sarvaseva Pathakam (All sevas will be performed in this Seva)4.30AMRs.5000.00Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
13Laksha Bilwarchana (at Swamivari Temple Garbhalayam)6.00 AM to 12.30 PMRs.3116.00Who Performed the Seva they have to contact the temple authorities two days advance and they have to get the bilwam leaves.Couple  or Single
14Bilwarchana ( Sri Vrudhamallikarjuna swami)6.00 AM to 12.30 PMRs.2500.00Who Performed the Seva they have to contact the temple authorities two days advance and they have to get the bilwam leaves.Couple  or Single
15Laksha kunkumarchana (at Sri Chakram)6.00 AM to 12.30 PMRs.2116.00Who Performed the Seva they have to contact the temple authorities two days advance.Couple  or Single
16Mahanyasa Purvaka Rudrabhishekam6.30 AM to 9.00 AMRs.2116.00Who Performed the Seva they have to contact the temple authorities two days advance.Couple  or Single
17MAHA MRUTYANJAYA HOMAM (AT VRUDHAMALLIKARJUN SWAMY)8.30AM TO  9.30AMRs.508.00 Provided By The TempleCouple or single
18NAVAGRAHA HOMAM  (AT  VRUDHAMALLIKARJUN SWAMY)9.30 AM  TO  10.00AMRs.508.00Provided By The TempleCouple or single
19CHANDRALINGABHISHEKAM  (AT CHANDRALINGAM)6.30 AM to  1.00 PM & 6.00 PM to 8.30 PMRs.108.00-Couple or single
20BALARISTA POOJA (AT KUMARA SWAMY )9.30AM TO  10.30AMRs.316.00-Couple or single
21SARPA DOSA NIVARANA POOJA  (AT KUMARA SWAMY)10.30AM TO  11.30AMRs.316.00-Couple or single
22MAHA MRUTHYANJAYABHISHEKAM (AT  VRUDHAMALLIKARJUN SWAMY)11.30AM TO  1.30AMRs.1116/-Provided By The TempleCouple or single
23SHASRALINGABHISHEKAM (AT SHASRALINGESWARA SWAMY)6.30AM TO  1.00PM & 6.00PM TO  8.30PMRs.250/-Provided By The TempleCouple or single
24SURYALINGABHISHEKAM (AT SURYALINGAM)6.30AM TO  1.00PM & 6.00PM TO  8.30PMRs.250/-Provided By The TempleCouple or single
25SuprabathaSeva5.30 PM to 6.30 PMRs. 250.00-Couple  or Single
26VahanaSeva7.00 PM to 7.30 PMRs. 520.00-Couple  or Single
27Pallaki Seva7.00PM to 7.30 PMRs. 220.00Prasadams Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
28Ekantha Seva9.30 PM to 10.00 PMRs.120.00Prasadams Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
29Go Pooja Rs. 116.00  
30Savaarana Pooja Rs. 600.00Prasadams Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single
31Radhotsavam (Only Monday) Rs. 520.00Prasadams Provided by the TempleCouple  or Single

Note:- Special Fare Special Abhishekam in Garbalayam Rs.1000.00 and Kumkuma Puja to Ammavaru Rs.500.00 during Karthikamasam. All ticket poojas/sevas will be canceled during Mahasivaratri & Ugadi Festivals
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