Festivals are celebrated at Sri Shakteeswara Swamy Temple

Siva and Parvati Kalyanam will be performed on Maha Sivaratri and Teppotsavam will be held at Temple tank on the same day.Rudrabhishekam,Abhishekam and Laksha Pathri Pooja for the Lord and KumKum Pooja for the Goddess will be performed during Karthika Masam.Akhanda Annasamaradhana will be performed on Subramanya Sashti.


  • Nagula Chavithi
  • Karthika Purnami

Nagula Chavithi
This temple in shakthigundham two nag snakes (king cobra) are there up to 2003 march. If we go and see in ‘shakthigundham’ in bhramma muhurtam. we can see the two snakes they stand on water and take  bath 3 times in opposite direction and they swim around the tank for one time in water. And came near to swami and pray to swami and again go in to tank. For nagula  chavithi (snake festival)festival before night  these 2 snakes came in to temple and build snake’s houses. in morning lot of people go to temple put some milk in snake houses and do pujas  (its really a great thing there is an evidence today also people are there to tell this who are really participate in this festival to tell this . In 1995 in swami’s uthsav (celebrations)one old man unfortunately killed one nag snake. And suddenly he turns into a blind man. Second nag snake was very aged so in 1998 year ending he also died. Present there are two another nag snakes in devasthanam area. There is a special to these two snakes if any people have seen them. They stretch their head (hood) and beat to the floor and die themself. Only this type of snakes are belong to vasuki family’s breed they also do same as when a human being see them. The feel and disappoint and die them self only. By this we can tell these snakes also belong to vasuki family breed. These snakes came to temple on special days and turn around the swami with their body.

Karthika Purnima
In East way entryway of the sanctuary left side corner we can see 'nandi' statuette (swamis vehicle) without front legs. It has an awesome story. Before British rulers came to India. Turkish came to possess India. Around then Turkish brigade resulted in these present circumstances place and endeavoring to possess. they encompassed the sanctuary. One ruler went into the sanctuary and stands close to nandi to see his sharpness of talwar (enormous blade). he remove the nandi (shake statuette) mouth and left leg… ... at that point all of a sudden a considerable measure of precious stones turned out from the assortment of 'nandi' at that point he think "just in the collection of creature this a lot of jewels are there… .at that point what is in the swami? (principle permid)" He steps forward to swami and cut off swami upper piece of the statuette… ..at that point all of a sudden sanctuary rooftop tumbled down on the ruler. Ruler Was kicked the bucket. We can know this by history of sanctuary. We can see the old rocks and statuettes work by yama in the back of the sanctuary. After assault of Turkish, sanctuary has tumble down. After a few years after the fact individuals fabricate new sanctuary to swami. They clear out old sanctuary part and place it in the back of sanctuary. We can see it in the back of the sanctuary. In the day of karthika purnima karthika joythi (a fire with high splendid light) putting on the sanctuary from such a large number of years. in the season of britishers… . mogalturru samsthan maharaj(king) he see joythi of swami consistently from his palace(castle) and appeals to swami.

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