Karnataka Temples

Sri Manik Prabhu Temple Timings, History

Sri Manik Prabhu temple is located in a small village called Maniknagar in a taluk town known as Humnabad, Bidar, Karnataka, Manik Prabhu temple is dedicated to a great ascetic. On the outskirts of Humnabad is the Manik Prabhu temple, about a kilometer from this taluk town.

Manik Nagar Sri Manikprabhu Timings: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Manik Nagar Manikprabhu Schedule:

06:00 Suprabhat Seva
09:00 Abhishek & Pooja
12:30 Madhukari Bhiksha & Aarati
13:00 Maha Prasad
16:00 Aarati (on Thursday & Saturday)
20:00 Bhajan & Pradosha Pooja
21:00 Shejarati

Manik Nagar Sri Manikprabhu Temple

Manik Prabhu Samsthan Legend and Stories:

Shri Manik Prabhu Maharaj was a great saint and is believed to be the fourth incarnation of Lord Dattatreya. He was born in 1817 and attained Samadhi in 1865. The saint to this date commands a lot of devotees who have faith and trust in him.

Shri Manik Prabhu Maharaj’s contemporaries were Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi, Shri Gondavalekar Maharaj and Shri Akkalkot Swami Maharaj. They often met him and discussed matters of spiritual and intellectual wisdom. The ascetic is hailed as Haktakarya Kalpadruma. His name is also associated with the first war of Indian independence during the Sepoy Mutiny in 1857. The saint is renowned for his mystic powers through which he eradicated the pain and sufferings of many devotees who came to seek his blessings and advice. The saint stressed on the importance of following the path of Bhakti. Shri Manik Prabhu Maharaj has innumerable poetic contributions which are all dedicated to the Lord Brahma. The saint was given the title of Sakalamatacharya as all communities revered and respected him. Shri Manik Prabhu Maharaj founded a new school of thought which stressed on equality overall diversities of faith, persuasions and religion.

Sri Manik Prabhu Samsthan Parampara:

How to reach Manik Prabhu Samsthan:

By Air:
The nearest airport is located in Hyderabad

By Rail:
The nearest railhead is at Gulbarga. Major trains running between Mumbai–Chennai, Mumbai–Hyderabad, Mumbai–Bangalore and New Delhi–Bangalore halt at Gulbarga.

By Road:
On the intersection of Bidar-Bangalore state highway and Pune-Hyderabad NH 9, the taluk of Humnabad is situated. One can reach Humnabad by road through Pune (385 km), Hyderabad (160 km), Sholapur (143 km) or Gulbarga (65 km).

Things to see at Manik Prabhu Samsthan:

Naubatkhana
Prabhu Mandir
Mukti Mantap
Siddha Niketan
Madhumati Shyamala Temple
Other Temples
Bhandarkhana
Sangam
Dargah of Mehboob Subhani

Manik Prabhu Samsthan Festivals:

Datta Jayanti Mahotsava
Vedant Saptah Mahotsava
Shravan Maas Mahotsava
Devi Pancharatra Mahotsava
Guru Aaradhana Mahotsava
Manik Pournima Parva
Gudi Padava
Ram Navami
Hanuman Jayanti
Akshaya Tritiya
Punyatithi of Shri Babasaheb Maharaj
Aashadhi Ekadashi
Guru Pournima
Ganesh Utsava for 11 days
Vijaya Dashami
Deepavali
Kartiki Ekadashi

Manik Nagar Sri Manik Prabhu Mandir Donation:

You are welcome to donate any amount to support the charitable activities of the Samsthan. All donations are exempt from Income Tax under section 80-G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
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Manik Nagar Sri Manik Prabhu Mandir Address:

Shri Manik Prabhu Samsthan,
Maniknagar,
Bidar District,
Karnataka – 585353.
email: maniknagar@gmail.com
Phone: 9448469913

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