Darshan Closed (5:01 AM - 7:14 AM)

Schedule

Explore the temple schedule for a harmonious blend of spiritual rituals and enlightening spiritual events.

04:30 AM - 05:00 AM

Mangala Aarti​

Mangala Aarti is a daily morning ritual where devotees sing and offer prayers to deities, seeking their blessings for a successful and auspicious day ahead. It is a spiritually uplifting ceremony that sets a devotional tone for the day.

04:30 AM - 05:00 AM

05:01 AM - 07:14 AM

Darshan Closes

During this time, the temple prepares for the next ceremony, ensuring the deity is adorned beautifully for Shringar Aarti. Devotees use this brief break for chanting the holy name and prayers, anticipating the upcoming divine darshan when the deity will be revealed in all its wonderful attire.

05:01 AM - 07:14 AM

07:15 AM - 07:25 AM

Shrinagar Aarti

Shrinagar Darshan Aarti is a daily morning ritual where devotees have the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the temple deities, adorned in magnificent attire and offer their prayers and devotion.

07:15 AM - 07:25 AM

07:26 AM - 07:45 AM

Guru Puja

Guru Puja is a daily ceremony where devotees worship their spiritual master as a representation of the divine.

07:26 AM - 07:45 AM

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

Bhagavatam Class

Srimad Bhagavatam Class is a daily spiritual lecture where devotees gather to hear and discuss the teachings and stories from the Srimad Bhagavatam.

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

12:30 PM

Bhoga Aarti

Bhoga Aarti is a ritual where freshly prepared food offerings (bhoga) are presented to the temple deities before devotees partake in a communal meal.

12:30 PM

01:00 PM - 04:29 PM

Temple Closes

Temple doors officially close, and devotees carry the divine atmosphere with them.

01:00 PM - 04:29 PM

04:30 PM

Utthapan Aarti

Utthapan Aarti is a special evening ceremony where devotees awaken the temple deities from their afternoon nap. This ritual marks the transition into evening worship, enhancing the spiritual vibrancy of the temple atmosphere.

04:30 PM

07:00 PM

Sandhya Aarti

Sandhya Aarti is the evening aarti ceremony, where devotees gather to offer prayers and worship to the temple deities. The evening ceremony marks the end of the day’s spiritual practices and provides a peaceful and uplifting way to conclude the evening in the temple.

07:00 PM

08:30 PM

Shayan Aarti

Shayan Aarti is the bedtime ritual where devotees offer their final prayers and devotional songs to the temple deities. This symbolizes a peaceful closure to the day’s spiritual activities and a heartfelt farewell before the deity’s rest.

08:30 PM

09:00 PM - 03:59 AM

Temple Closes

Temple doors officially close, and devotees carry the divine atmosphere with them.

09:00 PM - 03:59 AM