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Ghati Subramanya Swamy Temple Pooja Details, Temple Timings, Festivals, Rituals

Ghati Subramanya Temple Timings:

6:00 AM to 8:30 PM
No Break time is taken.
Abhisheka Timings: 8:30 AM
Mahamangala Arathi: 10:30 AM and 8:30 PM

Ghati Subramanya Swamy Temple is a 600 years old temple in S.S.Ghati Post, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bengaluru District. Lord Subramanya Swamy and Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy are the main deities in this temple. It is believed that the idol was self manifested.

Here Lord Subramanya Swamy faces east and Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy faces west. Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy can be viewed through a mirror which is kept behind Ghati Subramanya Swamy. Subramanya Swamy is the elder son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi Devi. Lord Ganesh is his brother and his consorts are Valli and Devasena. Subramanya Swamy is also lord of Snakes.

Ghati Subramanya Swamy Temple History:

The temple is believed to be more than 600 years old. The construction of Ghati Subramanya Temple is attributed to Ghorpade, which belonged to the Sandur Dynasty. It is believed that the deity appeared in the dreams of the king by revealing the location of the idols. The king, with the help of the locals, found the idol of subramanya swamy and then ordered the construction of a temple around him.

According to Legends, Ghati is the place where Subramanya Swamy performed penance in the form of a snake. He did penance in these mountains before fighting with the demon Tharakasura. This is the same place where Lord Subramanya prayed Lord Narasimha Swamy to offer protection to the Naga family from Garuda. Garuda is the vahana of Lord Vishnu, is known for his enmity towards the Snake family.

Festivals, Rituals, and Events at Ghati Subramanya Temple:

1) Brahmarathotsava
2) Narasimha Jayanti
3) Major rituals are Kuja Dosha, Naga Pratistha, Sarpa Dosha and Nivarana Puja.
4) The devotees strongly believe by visiting the temple the childless couples without children will be able to conceive
5) Another ritual practiced here is the installation of snake idols near the temple, which is believed to be an auspicious act and offering.

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Ghati Subramanya Swamy Temple Puja List:

1) Panchamrutha Abhisheka
2) Ekavaara Rudrabhisheka
3) Ekadashavaara Rudrabhisheka
4) Ksheerabhisheka
5) Praakaarotsava
6) Kumkumarchane
7) Sahasranaama
8) Mudi
9) Chikka Rathotsava
10) Aksharabhyasa, Annapraasana, Naamakarana, Kivi chucchuvudu(Ear boring)
11) Abhishekada Shaashvata Seve
12) Annadaana Shaashvata Seve
13) Bele (Daal) Seva
14) Two / four Wheeler Pooja
15) Tulabhaara
16) Sarva seve (instead of Sukhanasi Seva)
17) 1 day Annadaana Prasada
18) Navagraha Shanti or Sarpa Shanti or Aashlesha Bali
19) Sarpa Samskara
20) Kalyanothsava
21) Mass Aashlesha Bali (saamoohika)
22) Mass Sarpa Samskara (saamoohika)
23) Akki (Rice) Seva
24) Bella (Jaggery) Seva

Distances to Ghati Subramanya Temple:

From Bangalore 60 kms
From Doddaballapur 12 kms
From Tirupati 280 kms
From Chennai 360 kms
From Hyderabad 544 kms
From Mumbai 963 kms
From Mysuru 206 kms

How to Reach Ghati Subramanya Temple:

By Air
The nearest airport is the Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru, which is 47 km from the temple. The fastest route is NH648 and the journey time is nearly 1 hour.

By Train
The nearest railway station is Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna railway station Bengaluru city, 60 km. which is 47 km from the temple. The fastest route is via Bellary Road and the journey time is nearly 1 hour 50 min depending on the traffic.

By Road
The Bellary Road is the main road linking the Ghati Subramanya Temple to the surrounding urban areas. From Bangalore, the temple is about 61 km away. If you travel by bus, there are KSRTC buses that go through Doddaballapura, where local transportation must be arranged to cover the short distance to the temple.

Ghati Subramanya Temple Address:

Ghati Shri Subrahmanya Temple,
S.S.Ghati Post,
Doddaballapur Taluk,
Bengaluru Rural District - 561 203.
Karnataka.
Contact number: +91 80 27657131 / +91 80 27657141
Email: shrighatisubrahmanyatempleeo@gmail.com

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