Every day, the Babulnath Mahadev Temple conducts three worship sessions, also known as Trikal.
- The first Pooja in the Morning From 5:45 AM to 7:00 AM. THAAL i.e. Food/Fruits offering is also served to Shiva.
- The Second Pooja in the Mid-noon from 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. ‘THAAL’ is also offered.
- The Third Pooja in the evening between 4:45 PM to 6:00 PM. Aarti takes place and THAAL is offered at 8:00 PM.
Every day, in the morning and evening, shlokas from the Veda and prayers are broadcasted through a loudspeaker from 7:30 to 8:45 in the morning. Additionally, 11 brahmins chant the Laghurudra daily in front of the Shivling in the inner temple. Regular rites and workshops (Naimitik – as per holy day or occasions) also take place in the corridor of Babulnath and other temples.
|Kartik Shukla 14
|Vaikunth Chaturdashi at night Lotus Worship.
|Kartik Shukla 15
|At night Deepmala (Lighting of Lamps)
|Magh Krishna Mahashivratri
|4 Prahar Worship at night Shivratri Worship/rites Special Light Decoration
|Non-stop recital (Akhand Dhun) Bhajan
|Chaitra Shukla 15
|Hanuman Jayati Festival
|Ashadhi Devshayani Ekadashi
|Festival and fair
|Every Monday, Ekadashi, Purnima 15th August,Jamnastami, Shivratri, Amas – Ghee mahapuja, Celebration and Lighting
|From Bhadrapad Shukla 4 to Bhadrapad Shukla Chaturdashi (Anant Chaturdashi) Ganeshotsava
|Ashwin Month Purnima
|Sharad Utsav and Lotus Worship
|In Diwali days Poojan & Annakut in Laxmi Narayan Temple * Aarati at Night.
|Magsar Shukla 14
The main priest of the temple imparts religious education to the children of staff and Brahmins who sit on benches for an hour. This includes prayers, Rudrapath, Mahimna Stotra, Nityapuja, Chandipaath, etc. Since 1980, sermons are delivered, and a brief idea is given on religious books like the Geeta in Shree Babulnath Geeta Pathsheela every Saturday.
Since 1957, the trust has performed six HOMATMAK Maharudrayagna. Under the chairmanship of Res. Shree Krishnashanker Shastri, a Bhagwat Saptah was arranged, and 125 Brahmins took part in reciting Bhagwat Parayan.
The idols of Ganpatiji and Nagdevta are replaced by performing Poonah Pratishtha. The temple has been maintained with color from time to time since 1957, and currently, only white lime is applied as per rules.
In 1962, the temple sustained significant damage due to a thunder strike near the dome. Repair and renovation were done by prestigious and excellent artists, and the temple was reconditioned to its original state. The Eastward door of the temple has been renovated, and the door on the South side has been enlarged.
Previously, the Brahmins were sitting on wooden benches, but now benches made of stone with artistic carvings of elephants are used, which are in conformity with the design of construction and style of the main temple.
For detailed information about the temple and different types of rites, devotees and the public are requested to contact the Manager on the following telephone numbers.
1) +91 22 23678367
2) +91 22 23673602 (Fax)