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Sri Kalahasteeswara Swamy Sri Kalahasti Temple Details, Timings

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Sri-Kalahasti-Swamy-VaruAbout Sri Kalahasti Kalahasteeswara Swamy or Dakshina Kailasam
Sri Kalahasti  Kalahasteeswara Swamy temple is located 36 km away from Tirupathi in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradhesh, India.
The inner temple is constructed around 5th century and the outer temple was constructed in the 12th Century.

According to ancient Tamil sources Sri Kalahasti has been known as the ‘Kailas of the South’ for slightly more than two thousand years and the small river on whose banks it sits, the ‘Ganges of the South.’ Kailas is perhaps India’s most revered spiritual symbol. It is the abode of Shiva, from whose head, according to legend, the Ganges is said to flow. Shiva, ‘that which is auspicious at all places, times and in all circumstances’ is a symbol of the Self and the Ganges flowing from his head represents the spiritualized or awakened mind. A mind sourced in Spirit is a river of immeasurable power and life-giving goodness. The claim that Kalahasti is the ‘Kailas of the South’ simply means that the small hill near the temple is to be taken as the spiritual equivalent of the Himalayan Kailas. Likewise, the small river flowing in a northerly direction beside the temple is to be taken as the mighty Ganges.

Even the cardinal directions have assumed symbolic significance in Pauranic culture. Obviously context should be taken into account when divining the meaning of a symbol, but north, for example, is said to be the abode of the Self because from the immortal ‘northern’ position the Self looks out on the ‘southern’ world of time and death. The idiom to “head south’ means to go downhill, to decay. The God Dakshinamurthy whose name means ‘the one facing south’ and whose idol (murthy) is installed in the Kalahasti Temple, sits in the North and faces south. East often represents the dawning of wisdom, the sun being another common Self symbol. The symbolic use of direction culminates in the idea of building temples at the point on a river where its meandering points it back to its source. The holiest city in India, Benaras, is built on a stretch of the Ganges that flows northward, the idea being that when the mind turns back toward its source, the God/Self, it realizes its innate divinity. So, the small river on whose banks the Kalahasthi temple is situated is meant to remind us of the Ganges and the wealth of spiritual associations it conjures.

The Vedas posit four ends for which human beings strive in their search for happiness: pleasure (kama), security or wealth (artha), duty (dharma) and freedom (moksha). In the temple at Kalahasti these four universal motivations, which may take any worldly form, are, according to temple literature, converted into spiritual impulses. They are represented by four deities facing in the four cardinal directions. Shiva in the form of Dakshinamoorthy represents desire, in this case the desire for liberation, although he more commonly is said to represent the feeling of wealth (dakshina) that comes when you know who you really are. At Kalahasti the Goddess Gnanaprasoonamba (the giver of knowledge or the mother of all knowledge) represents the ‘wealth’ i.e. freedom from limitation conferred by Self knowledge. The deity Kalahastishwara (the lord of Kalahasti) faces west and symbolizes liberation. Liberation, the death of ego upon the rediscovery of the Self, is the final stage of life just as setting is the sun’s last act before it disappears over the horizon. Unfortunately the temple literature from which this information was gleaned neglected to include mention of the forth deity.

The most revered and universal symbol of the Self is the human form, ‘man cast in the image of God’ and its spiritual significance is difficult to overestimate. Rather than conceive of us as tainted sinful human creatures, the Upanishad tells us that we are divine. It says, “That which you worship there is this that you see here.” The ineffable formless God/Self perceived by mystics is this whole world and everything in it. While Hindu deities often sport dozens of arms and animal heads their essential forms are recognizably human. Probably no other idea accounts for the astonishing fact that one billion people stuffed into a land mass one third the size of the United States undoubtedly handle their lives more confidently than their prosperous Western counterparts.

Sri Kalahasti got its name because in days of yore a spider (sri), serpent (kala) and elephant (hasti) elephant worshiped Lord Shiva with great devotion. A spider lived in the inner sanctum and worshipped the Lord by weaving elaborate temples and images of Shiva. One day a breeze came up and caused the altar fire to destroy the spider’s offerings. It became angry and was about to gulp down the flame, (realize the Self) endangering its (ego’s) life. Appreciative of its devotion, Shiva appeared and granted the spider a boon. The spider requested moksha, release from the cycle of births and deaths. Accordingly it became one with Shiva, the Self.

A cobra worshipped Lord Shiva by offering rare gems, pearls and rubies that it brought from Nagaland, a mythical place where Nagas (serpents) dwell. Serpents are one of India’s most visible symbols of the spiritual power of the Self. The spiritual power of the Self, called Kundalini, the latent electricity of Consciousness, is hidden in the dark recesses of the unconscious like a snake hidden deep within the earth. After the snake had worshipped, an elephant, fresh from its purifying bath in the nearby river, came to worship. In preparation it sprayed the altar with water from its trunk, scattering the gems. It then proceeded to decorate the altar with leaves from a holy tree. When the cobra returned it was angered to see its offerings disrespected and replaced by mere leaves. So it replaced the leaves with gems. This charade repeated itself every day until the cobra became fed up and decided to punish whomever was destroying its offerings. When the elephant returned to worship with its leaves the cobra slithered up its trunk and injected its venom. In agony the elephant dashed its head on the stone altar in an attempt to kill the snake. The snake fell out of the trunk and died from its wounds and the elephant succumbed to the poison.

Understanding that both had sacrificed their lives for the sake of their love of the Lord, Shiva resurrected them, gave them liberation and took them into his own body. At the foot of the linga one can see a spider, two elephant tusks and a five-headed (the five elements) serpent to remind the devotee of these acts of supreme devotion.

Uniqueness  of  Sri Kalahasteeswara Swamy :

  • Uniqueness about the Idol of Sree Kalahasthi Temple is that Lord Siva manifested here having all the 27 Nakshatras (stars) and 9 Rashis in his Kavacham.
  • Sri Kalahasti temple is the only temple that is kept open during Grahanam (Solar and Lunar Eclipse) also.
  • Even Priests don’t touch the Sivalingam here with hands.
  • Famous Temple for Rahu Kethu Pooja, Kala Sarpa Dosha Nivarana Pooja, Manglik Dosha Or Kujha Dosha, Sani Disha and Pitru Dosha.

Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi 
Lord Shiva taught Goddess Parvathi the Sacred Panchatkhari (Five Letters) mantra and  told her to do Japa with concentration. But Goddess Parvathi did Japa but without concentration. So Lord Shiva became angry and cursed Goddess Parvathi to be born as a ordinary woman in the earth. Goddess Parvathi realized her mistake and prayed Lord Shiva to relieve her from the curse given by him.

So Lord Shiva said to Goddess Parvathi that on her human birth she should pray to Lord Shivalinga which is near Mount Kailas to come out of the curse given by him. Goddess Parvathi requested Sage Naradha to help her to go to Dakshina Kailas to perform penance. Goddess Parvathi, performed penance and prayed to Lord Shivalinga. Lord Shiva pleased with penance and prayer of Goddess Parvathi and again he taught her with Sacred Panchatkhari Mantra. Then she accepted her as his consort after Goddess Parvathi attained Panchatkhari Japasiddi. From that time onwards, Goddess Parvathi was called as Gnanaprasunambika and she showed supreme knowledge on her devotees.

If you are planning on visiting the temple here are some tips:

This temple itself is a great architectural piece of art. Spend some time exploring the temple. You can see that the inside pillars are fresh as they were hundreds of years back because they were hidden from degradation by nature.

Please plan your trip in such a way that you can spend some time exploring the physical and spiritual beauty of the temple.

In the outer temple, as soon as you enter the temple gates (after the shops)on your left you will see the old idol of Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi (the original one) which was placed outside due to some reasons…..Still lot of people pray to it….

Pathala-Ganapathi-Sri KalahastiPathala Ganapathi:-
By the way, do not forget to see the Pathala Ganapathi who is associated with the old Siva lingam beneath the temple. You cannot see the Old Siva Lingam (related to the old Story of Sri Kalahasti) beneath the temple but you can imagine it (and the real story) when you see the Lord Ganapathi . Patala Ganapati is a small underground temple located in the temple complex. Pilgrims should make it a point to visit this interesting place. One has to bow down carefully to worship this ganesh 20 feet below on a very narrow staircase.

Sri Kalahasti Temple Timings: 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Other Gods inside the Temple:
Kasi Viswanatha Swamy Temple
Bala Gnanambika Devi Temple
Pathala Ganapathi Swamy
Anji Anji Vinayaka Swamy
Purushamrugamu
Changalraya Swamy
Patala Ganga
Alankara Mandapam
Vendi Balli (Silver Lizard)
Sahasranama Lingam
Shaneshwara Swamy
Kanaka Durgamma
63 Nayanmars
Kala Bhairava Swamy
Battala Bhairava Swamy
Sikara Darisanam
Chandikeswara Swamy
Spatika Lingam
Mruthyunjaya Lingam
Addala Mandapam (Glass Mandapam)
Brahma Temple

Temple Address:
Sri Kalahastiswaraswamy Vari Devastanam
SriKalahasti
Chittoor District.
Andhra Pradhesh PIN: 517644

Telephone: 08578-221655, 222787

Temple Executive Officer Info:

Contact Telephone Numbers:
08578-222240,221336, 9949491764(Public Relations Officer) and 9889908382

Address:-
1) The Executive Officer,
Sri Kalahastheeswar Devasthanams,
Near E.O.Quarters
Sri Kalahasti, PIN 517640

2) The Executive Officer,
Sri Kalahastheeswar Devasthanams,
Inside Temple Office,
Sannidhi Street,
Sri Kalahasti, PIN – 517640.

Other Rahu Ketu Pooja Temples:
1) Sri Naganathaswamy Temple Thirunageswaram, Kumbakonam.
2) Trimbakeshwar Temple, Nashik.
3) Sri Raja Rajeshwari Temple In Nellore.
4) Sri Valli Devasena Sametha Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple Chittoor.
5) Japali Anajaney Swamy Temple Tirumala.
6) Sri Thathaya Gunta Gangamma in Tirupati.
7) Ghati Subramanya Swamy Temple.
8) Kukke Subramanya Swamy Temple

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38 Comments

  1. Thank you but sir i already. Done pooja for kasl sarpa dosha do i need to perform all these poojas.

    • Dear Ramesh
      Yes you need to do the poojas. Also doing rahu kethu pooja for once may not be enough so keep on doing the pooja once in every six months or every year to pacify the malefic planet.
      Namah Shivya

    • Namste guruji.I am Reshma Ravi. birth date 9/12/1984, place Haveri Karnataka, Time 5.2am Ravi birth date 14/7/1984,Belur Karnatak, Time 4.30-5am My Marriage date 15/4/2012. Still we are not have children? about Career? About any jatak dosha is there? Sir please advise me

      • Dear Reshma Ravi
        It is because of you average compatibility – 5.5 out of 10, you are having problems in getting a child and better or good career life.
        Perform
        Shasti puja is one of the most powerful pujas that helps you conceive a child. Identify the day of Sashti – the sixth day of Krishnapaksha, the dark fortnight of the lunar month to do this puja. It would fall after six days from the purrnima day.
        Reshma, on every Sashti thith observe a whole day fast. Clean your house and do pooja at home. If you have idols of Lord Ganesha and Subrahmanya then you can do the pooja at home if not then go to a temple and perform the pooja.
        Pooja – Peform Milk abhishekam to Lord Ganesha and Subrahmanya any where and distribute the prasadh to those who are not in fasting in your home and to others also. You keep some prasadh for you and consume after sunset. After completing the milk abhishekam chant – OM SHARAVANA BHAVAY NAMA for 108 times or Skhandha sashti kavacha.
        Also offer an egg to a snake hill in a Shakthi temple on the same day during rahu kalam time.
        Do this abhishek pooja on every sashti till you get a progeny. If you could please lord Subrahmanya then you will be bestowed with a child. Also tell the lord that you will name his namas.
        You can also do kaala sarpa dosha pooja on a sashti thithi rahu kaala time in Kukke or Ghati Subrahmanya temples. There also you need to offer first simple pooja to Ganesha.
        Namah Shivaya

  2. Dear Sir,

    I was told to visit Srikalahasti and take darshana of golden lizard at the temple.

    Where is it located? What is the darshana timings

    Thanks
    Kumar

    • Dear Kumar,

      You please contact 08578-222240 temple customer care number for the details about lizard.
      Namah Shivaya

      • Sir im Ramesh my dob is 11/10/1989, 5:30 pm warangal.
        Im facing job problem marriage problem especially with money related i was not able to gain. And not getting job. Life become sour.
        Recently on 10 april i went srikalahasthi after 11 pm done pooja.. Came home do i need anything to do to get better results.

        • Dear Ramesh
          There is a high Kujha dosha and hence obstacles in the matter of Profession and marriage.
          Jus tbelieve in Lord Hanuman and worship.
          For Mangal / Kujha dosha –
          First recite any naama manthra of Lord Ganesha for 108 times and then recite Hanuman chaleesha or any naama manthra of Lord Rama. Do not eat non veg and drink alcohol. It is mustly restricted. Visit Hanuman temple daily or every Saturday or sincere worship at Home is also enough. If you could please the lord with your prayers then he will control Mars planet and help you get accomplish your fair desires.
          For Malefic Kethu –
          Recite Ganesha Dwadasanama Stotra daily or on every wednesday.
          Or –
          Japa of the Kethu beeja mantra: Om shram shreem shroum sah ketave namah, 7000 times in 40 days.
          Or –
          Recite the below Kethu stotra till you see the change :
          Palasha pushpa sankaasham taraka graha mastakam
          Roudram roudratmakam ghoram tam ketum Pranamamyaham.
          Namah Shivaya.

  3. Hello
    M from kerala We are planning to visit kalahasthi on next week any dress code for ladies and girls in Temple. Gents can wear pants and mundu.
    My dob is 21.05.1985 time 7.20 pm place of birth pathanamthitta (kerala) accordingly what kind Pooja I need to do .

    • Dear Anish vijayan
      There is no dress code but maintaining traditional dress is preferrable as per Hindu tradition.
      Perform rahu kethu pooja.
      Namah Shivaya

    • Dear Dinesh
      Have a bath and first worship Lord Ganesha by reciting any of his naama manthra for 108 times, and then recite Sri Subrahmanya Bhujangam storthram and then worship Lord Hanuman by reciting Hanuman chaleesha or rama namam for 108 times. Do the worship procedure till you get marriage. Do it as much as ardent you can to please the lords to bless you free from the delay of marriage problem. Also you need to see you marriage yogam – like when can you get marriage. So consult a nearby expert astrologer for the exact period.
      Or send us your date and time of birth we can give you the apprx period of getting marriage. For accuracy you need to consult an expert since we do not have time to check in depth your horoscope.
      Bhujanga sthothram
      ———
      Bhajeham kumaram bhavnikumaram galollasiharam
      Namtsya edwiharam, repustomaparam nrusimhavatram
      Sada nirvikaram guham nirvicharam
      Namameesa putraam japashonagatram kuraraatisatrum
      Ruvemdwagni neetram, mahabahrnipatram sivasabjamitramPrabhaswatkaltrayam puranam pavitram
      Aneekarkakoti prabhavasyalamtam manoharimanikya
      Bhooshojwalam tam, sritanamabheestam nisamtam
      Krupavarikallola bhastkataksham varjanmanohariso
      Nambujaksham, prayogapradana pravhaikadaksham baje Kanti kantam parastomarakham
      Sukastoorisimdooraswalllalatamdayapoorna chittammaha Deviputram, raveedoolllasadratna rajatkireetam bhajekreedita Kasagangadikootam
      Sukumdaprasoonavalisobhitamgam saratpoorna chandraprabha Kantikantam, sirisha prasunabhiramam bhavatam bhaje deva Senapatim vallabham tam

      Namah Shivaya

  4. Hi Sir, Im Lata from Malaysia and intend to do this kalasarpa pooja in Kalahasti. Since there are few procedures like doing pradakshina and so on please let me know the proper way to go about it.

    TQVM
    lata

    • Dear Latha
      Have a head bath in the morning on that day.
      Take a fast – do not eat any thing in the morning or till the pooja is completed. Say no to non veg on the day or after you perform the pooja.
      First perform a simple pooja to Lord Ganesha, or a simple worship is also enough.
      Then perform the Rudhra Abhishekam and pradhakshina to the Rudhra Padam.
      And then you go stratight to the Rahu kethu Parihar pooja sthala and perform the Parihar pooja. It lasts for 45 minutes. Then you will be allowed to have dharshan of Lord Shiva and Goddess Gnanaprasunambhika Devi.
      After that you may offer a lamp in the temple.
      And then go straight to you living place or to your birth place. If you are married then you should go straight to your husbands birth place only.
      Have a bath and then go for the other works.
      No need to discard your clothes in the temple itself.
      If you have any plan to visit Tirumala, then visit that temple first and last come to Kalahasthi and do the pooja and go to your place.
      Plan to perform the Parihara pooja before or after 8 days of your periods.
      Rahu Kalam is the best time to perform this Parihara pooja.
      Since it is an open counter to purchase the Pooja ticket, you should reach the ticket counter 2 hrs before the Rahu kalam time. You need not carry anything to the pooja. The pooja samagri will be issued along with the ticket itself. Just buy some flowers is enough. The shop keepers will say something regarding the pooja, do not bother about that.
      You can perform rahu kethu parihara pooja on any day like Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday rahu kalam timings.
      Some other auspicious thithis are Chaturthi (Fourth day of a Paksha in Hindu month), Panchami (Fifth day), Sashti (Sixth day), Starsof Rahu and Ketu,Purnima (Full Moon), SuraGrahanam (Solar Eclipse), Chandra Grahanam (Lunar Eclipse), any Tuesday, and any AshleshaNakshatra day.
      You need to do this pooja once in every six months or once in a year or according to your feasibility. Doing once and do not expect the relief from the dosha. It may or may not be wiped. Since it is a strong malefic planet doing pooja in regular interval gives good result.
      Also regularly worship Lord Subrahmanya, Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman and Lord Durga.
      Namah Shivaya

  5. Hi Sir,

    My Name Ramesh kumar,Dob :11/11/1983 i have problem in Job & Marriage & Financial problems
    Pls suggest

  6. dear sir,
    my name: nagaiah
    DOB:10/4/1987 time 10-00am

    my problum job pls tel me any dosam in my jannama kundali

    • Dear Nagaiah,
      We do not give predictions about the job problems. But here is a remedy:
      Worship Lord Hanuman by reciting hanuman chaleesha daily and visit his temple. If you please him with your prayers then he bestows you good health, presence of mind etc. So do worship him.
      Also recite the Rahu manthra:
      Ardha Kaayam maha veryam chandraditya vimardhanam
      Simhika garbha sambhutam tam rahum pranamamyaham.
      Observe a Fasting and Udad dal or coconut on every Saturdays.
      Worship Bhairava by reciting Kaala Bhairava Ashrakam or lord Shiva by Shiva Ashtakam or Rudhra Ashtakam. Also you can perform Rudhra Abhishekam at Sree Kalahasthi is good for you. Also perform Chandi Homa pooja.
      You may recover soon form your job problems.
      Regards

    • Dear Amarnath,
      We do not give future predictions, but just the presence of any dosha and its remedies.
      To get full protection form all the malefic effects and planets – just make your child worship Lord Hanuman regularly. He is the giver god of good education, steadiness, presence of mind, health etc. So let her worship him to achieve her desire.
      Regards

  7. Hello Sir,
    My Name is Thalluri Venkata Lakshmi Srilatha. DOB: Aug9th, 1987 TOB: Between 8 to 10 pm(Approx).
    My Husband name is Vedantham Subrahmanya Rakesh Sarma DOB 29th march, 1984 TOB: 4.52 PM
    We are planning for children recently i got abortion. we both are facing some health problems.
    Can you provide any pooja details for get rid of these problems.

    • Dear Srilatha,
      Your Father has Gulik Kaala sarpa dosham and do Rahu kethu pooja twice in a year. First do the pooja at Sree Kalahasthi and next in Thirunageshwaram temple in Tamilnadu. You have to d Milk abhishekam for Rahu at Thirunageshwaram. So doing regularly only the dosha reduces slowly.
      Tell your dad to worship Lord Ganesha before doing the Rahu kethu pooja without fail and if so then said as unfruitful.
      Also worship of Lord Hanuman by reciting hanuman chaleesha daily and visit his temple. The lord gives good health if your dad pleases the god with his prayers.
      For remedies – http://templesinindiainfo.com/remedy-for-kala-sarpa-dosha-pooja/
      For your Brother: Low Mangal / Kujha dosha and hence delay in his marriage happens and proper matching of his horoscope is must to enjoy marital bliss.
      Best temple to visit and worship is the Vaidheeshwaran (kujha) Temple in Tamilnadu.
      For Remedies: http://templesinindiainfo.com/how-to-cancel-negative-effect-of-manglik-dosha-or-kuja-dosham/
      Note: The analysis was done by another Astrologer. We can’t assure for Accuracy. We just want to help visitors of our website.
      Regard

  8. Dear sir,
    My name Gurumoorthy
    Date of birth 14.08.1980, time 8.40 am, place of birth Tindivanan. Please tell me the chance to get male baby from the horoscope.

    • Dear Gurumurthy
      Worship Lord Subrahmanya by reciting his Ashtakam and Skhandha shashti kavacham on every Tuesday or every day. He is believed to be the bestower of a male child.

  9. Dear Sir,

    I have been asked by an astrologer to donate 9 eggs made from gold because i have sarpa badhaka dosha as per my horoscope. I can make these eggs from any jwellery shop . I want to know if i can do any pooja in the temple with these golden eggs for this sarpa badhaka dosha ? if yes, when and how to do it ? Please advise.

    Looking to hear from you

    Pranams
    Anand Kumar

    • Dear Anand Kumar
      It is not required as sarpa dosha parihara. Just visit Kalahasthi and some other temples are there and perform the parihara pooja and there are some other remedies to perform. You can do it, It’s enough.
      For Remedies and Temples to visit and worship – http://templesinindiainfo.com/remedy-for-kala-sarpa-dosha-pooja/
      Note: The analysis has been done by another Astrologer. We can’t assure for Accuracy. We just want to help visitors of our website.

  10. Hi Sir
    iam sudha.My daughter DOB is 6th Aug 2006 3.59pm ,moola 3 padam.
    my husbands DOB oct 2 1978 hastha 1 padam
    my DOB july 26 1979 magha 1 padam
    after birth grahashanti homam and abhishekam were performed in kurnool,birthplace.
    Please suggest dosha nivarana pooja at kalahasthi temple and in which hours is it auspicious.
    Thankyou sir

  11. Hello Sir/Madam,
    My name is sravanthi. My DOB 05/05/1989 Time: 05:08PM.
    My Daughter name is Aaradhya DOB: 15/05/2014. Time: 06:42PM.
    My marriage life is not good. Me and my husband separated.
    Can you tell ,
    which pooja will do to get rid of all worries and get good marriage life.
    How is my and my daughter horoscope or we had any dosha in our horoscopes.

    Thank you in advance.

    • Dear Mrs.Sravanthi
      Our Astrologer will only give the check result of Rahu Kethu and Kujha dosha. Both of you dont have Kaala Sarpa Dosha and you dont have Kujha Dosha also.
      Send me your husband date place and time of birth. See whether there is such Dosha in his chart.
      To get peace in your conjugal life you can worship Lord Ardhanareeshwara swamy (Shiva) by reciting the Ardhanareeshwara Sthothram on every Monday evening 06.00 till you see the change. This is said to be an effective pooja for problematic conjugal life.
      And also you can worship Lord Hanuman (daily or every Saturday and Tuesday by reciting the Hanuman Chaleesha) to get prevention from any sort of Navagraha Dosha. Remember to maintain complete neatness while praying the lord. And Lord Subrahmanya on every Tuesday reciting the Skandha Shasthi Kavacham. Praying him can get relief form Naga Dosha if any.
      It is not a flaw in doing the Rahu Kethu Pooja for you. You may do it. At Kalahasthi its simple.

      • Hi sir,

        Can i recite Ardhanareeshwara Sthothram daily on morning timings ( 5 to 6 AM) including monday.

        Thanks
        Sravanthi

        • Dear Sravanthi,
          Early morning 5 to 6 am is best time to worship Lord Vishnu and for Lord Shiva evening 6 to 7 is best time. So worship Lord Shiva in the evening.
          If it is not possible then you can do it because it is said that both Vishnu and shiva are one at many instances.
          Regards

  12. hi sir,

    this is rupa. me and my husband both were planned to do rahuketu pooja on this 20th but suddenly our relative death happend( my husband’s peddamma ) when should we perform this pooja again. please suggest.

    • Dear Mrs. Swaroopa
      PLEASE consult a nearby temple priest about this question. Or Sree Kalahasthi Temple Contact Number – 08578 222240. Extremely sorry for not giving you an answer for this.

  13. Hi

    we are planning to visit this month 20th on tuesday,and we want to do pooja on rahu kalam, will temple people will allow pooja at the same in rahu kalam time for the 300 rupees ticket.

    what time will be the poojas in temple on 20th ?

    Please suggest me.

    • Dear Swaroopa
      This month 20th is Tuesday and the Rahu Kalam Time is 03.00 pm to 04.30 pm. It’s better to reach the Open Ticket Counter two hours prior to Rahu Kalam Time in order to sit in the Rahu Kalam Pooja Batch Timing.

  14. Guruji,

    For Kethu Dosha Nivarana, i heared in early morning hours a jewel has been decorating to Goddess Gnanaprasunamba Devi before Sunshine. Is it true? For this darshan at what time we must present thaere. Let me know in detail as we are planing to come to Devasthanam.

    • Dear Mr. Ramkala Tej
      Please call and ask the Temple authorities about this @ 08578 – 222240 to know about this Dharshan.

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