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Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham Dates

Kumaradhara Theertham is a holy Theertha located West-North (Vayuvya) corner about six miles from Srivari temple. Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham is believed to be the place where Kumara Swamy(Subramanya/Muruga) took a bath, and meditated ‘Srivari Ashtakshara’ Manthra after killing a wicked demon named Tarakasura. He performed this penance here to absolve himself from Brahmahathya (killing Brahmin) sin upon Lord Siva’s suggestion. Hence the name Theertham was named Kumaradhara Theertham.

A bath in Kumaradhara Theertham would provide the advantage of having performed a Rajasuya Yajna, ritual. A devotee with attaining salvation. Food and money can be donated here.

Bathing in this water is really refreshing and is said to wash away the evils and confer good fortune.
Every pilgrim visiting Tirumala Tirupati must and should visit this place.
The best time for visiting this place is during the rainy season, this place looks even more beautiful with greenery around and with white water gushing out of the rocks.
Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham

How to Reach Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham:

The Kumaradhara Theertham in Tirumala is nestled within the dense forest and amidst the Seshachalam mountains. To reach this spot, pilgrims must walk and trek. Initially, visitors can go by vehicle up to Papavinasanam in Tirumala, and from there, they need to continue on foot to reach the Kumaradhara Theertham.

Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham Dates:

Kumaradhara & Pasupudhara Theerthams have 3-5 ways exist:

The Kumaradhara Theertham Mukkoti dates usually occur on the full moon day of February each year. This special day is when the path to Kumaradhara Theertham opens for pilgrims. On other days, public access to the path is restricted. To find out the exact date of Kumaradhara Theertham Mukkoti in a particular year, pilgrims can refer to the TTD calendar, but it mostly falls on the full moon day of February.

The Kumaradhara Theertham is accessible to pilgrims only one day a year. They start their journey from Papavinasanam by walking to reach Kumaradhara Theertham. Pilgrims can take a bath in the waterfalls and have Darshan of the Lord at this site. There’s no temple; instead, the Lord’s idol is placed amidst the forest under the trees. The origin of the idol’s placement remains a mystery. Pilgrims need to return before evening and should carry their own water, food, and trekking gear.

  •  From Tirumala via Japali theertham.
  • From Papavinasanam dam (Popular).
  • From Talakona through the forest via Annadammula banda, Gollolla Raccha.
  • From Kadapa district Kodur->Balupalli/ Kukkaladoddi/ Mamandur.
Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham Dates

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