Srisailam Free Darshanam:
The Devasthanam provides free darshanam to all pilgrims who visit this temple. It is estimated that at an average 15000 to 20000 pilgrims visit here on normal days, which exceeds 30000 to 50000 on peak days like Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.
Srisailam Seeghra and Athi Seeghra Darshanam:
Pilgrims who would like to have Darshanam within short time can avail Seeghra / Athi Seeghra Darshanam on special payment.
1) Seeghra Darshanam : Rs . 50 /- (on average days)
Rs. 100/- (on peak days like Sundays and Mondays)
2) Athi Seeghra Darshanam: Rs. 100/- (on average Days)
Rs. 500/-(on peak days like Sundays and Mondays)
Distribution of Free Prasadam:
Pulihora and Daddhojanam prasadams are distributed free of cost to the devotees who visit this temple, which begins from the opening of the temple to its closure, throughout the day.
Sale of Prasadams:
Paid prasadams are available which include: Laddu weighing 80 Gms for Rs.10/-. Kalyanam Laddu weighing of 400 Gms for Rs. 50/- and other Prasadams like Pulihora weighing 150 Gms for Rs.5/-.
Anna Prasada Vitharana (Bhojana Prasadam):
The Devasthanam provides Bhojana Prasadam (Free Meals) to the devotees from 11.30 am in the Annapurna Mandiram, located very near to exit gate of Sri Ammvari Temple.
Information & Donation Counter:
Services of the Information and Donation counter are available which are located at the opposite side of Que Complex. They provide necessary information to the pilgrims and also to receive donations and Rusumu for Saswatha Pooja Schemes.
Cloak Rooms: Clock rooms are available at the opposite side of Que Complex and the pilgrims can use the facilities by paying nominal charges.
Sale of Coconuts: The Devasthanam sells coconut for the convenience of the pilgrims which can be purchased from the special counter located near Temple main road.
Keshan Khandanam (Tonsuring of Hair):
The Devasthanam maintains Kesha Khandana Kalyana Katta for hair tonsure at Pathala Ganga Road and also at the stepped way of Pathala Ganga.
Divya Parimala Vibhoothi:
Rudra Homam and Chandi Homam are performed every day in the temple. It is believed that the sacred ashes of these Homas have many mystical powers. The Devasthanam prepares a special vibhuti called “Divya Parimala Vibhuthi” by mixing the ashes of these homas with cow dung (Gomayam) for distributing to the devotees.
The Devasthanam maintains an Allopathic dispensary where the ambulance facility and medicines are being given on free of cost.