Six New Poojas and Arjitha Sevas at Bhadradri Temple

Bhadradri Temple, also known as the Bhadrachalam Sita Ramachandra Swamy Temple, is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site located on the banks of the Godavari River in Telangana, India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and is believed to have been constructed by a 17th-century saint, Bhakta Ramadas. It is said that Lord Rama visited the place during his exile and stayed there with his consort, Sita, and his brother, Lakshmana. The temple complex comprises several shrines, including those of Lord Rama, Sita, and Hanuman. The temple is visited by thousands of devotees every year, especially during festivals like Ram Navami and Vaikunta Ekadasi.

Introduction of Six New Poojas and Arjitha Sevas at Bhadradri Temple from the 16th.

Veda Ashirvachanam

After taking the Lord’s blessings, devotees can perform the ritual in the Beda Mandapam either alone or as a couple. The ritual can be performed between 9:30 am to 11 am. On payment of Rs. 500, devotees will receive a scarf, a jacket piece, and two laddus each weighing 100 grams.

Tulasi Mala Alankarana

The service will be available on Saturdays only at 7 am, and either a couple or an individual can participate by paying Rs. 1,000. Tulsi Malas will be placed on the participants’ heads, and the Dhruvamurtis will be decorated in their presence in the Antaralayam. The participants will also receive a scarf, a jacket piece, two 100-gram laddoos, and a Ramakoti Pusthakam with Antaralaya Archana.Bhadradri Sita Rama Swamy Temple

Udayasthamana Seva

On that day, the couple is permitted to perform all types of services in the temple, from Suprabhata Seva to Pavalappu Seva, and all the amenities that come with those services are available to them. Those who wish to participate in this service will have to purchase a ticket for Rs 5,000.

Sri Rama Navami Mutyala Samarpana

Those who wish to participate in this service will need to pay a fee of Rs. 10,000. They will have access to Sector-2 of Sri Rama Navami Kalyanam and will receive Kalyana Vasatras, Prasadams, and Talambras along with 108 pearls.

Nithya Poola Aankarana Seva

The pooja is conducted from Monday to Saturday, during which the devotees get the chance to offer flower garlands to the deities in the sub-temples. The entry fee for this service is Rs. 5,000 and the devotees will receive a scarf, a jacket piece, 100 grams of laddus, and anna Prasadam for two to four people.

Thulabharam (every day)

The service is available from 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM and from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM, with a fee of Rs 100. The Tulabharam service allows devotees to offer any object related to the service of the Lord or materials related to Annadhanam.

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