Daily Puja Photo

Daily Schedule

Starting up the daily routine 4.30 am
Kakadarati 4.30 am to 6.00 am
Morning Mahapuja 8.00 am
Holy food (Nevaidya) 9.30 am
Afternoon Mahapuja 11.30 am
Alankar Pooja 1.30 pm
Dhuparti 8.00 pm
Shejarti 10.00 pm

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सुवर्ण पालखी

Inside Temples

Over the sanctum sanctorum rises a superstructure. It has an “upper temple” that houses an icon of Ganapati with a decorated stone frame behind the idol sporting a Kirtimukh in the centre. In front of the Ganapati Idol is a rectangular Shivalinga better known as Matulinga (Shivalinga atop the Goddess idol) and outside this chamber lies a bull, vehicle of Lord Shiva. A staircase to the left of Goddess Mahalakshmi’s shrine leads to this storey of the temple.

It is said that the Matulinga was installed during the Yadava Period in 12th century as the devotees are not able to see the Shivalinga that is carved on the crown of Goddess Mahalakshmi since it remains covered. With the installation of Matuling devotees could worship it as the supreme from of genesis.

Navratra Mahotsav

Navratra (nine nights) festival is celebrated for ten days during the Hindu months of Ashwin (around October)



Rathotsav (chariot festival) is organized in April. The chariot bearing the silver representation



Kirnotsav (festival of Sun rays) is celebrated when the sun rays fall directly on the deity's idol at the time of sunset