Dasara Navaratri at Balkampet Yellamma Temple, Hyderabad is one of the popular temple festival in twin cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad in Telangana. In 2020, Dasara Navaratri begins on October 17 and ends on October 25. Detailed information on Alankarams and vishesha puja programs will be updated soon.
Durga Sharan Navaratri, every day in the morning at 4.30 AM, special Abhishekam is performed to Goddess. And this seva of Abhishekam is available only for couples. Every day at 9 AM, Chandi Homam is performed and the cost of Homam ticket is Rs 1116. Special Alankara Puja is performed at 6 PM in the evening.
Samuhika Lakshmi Kumkumarchana is observed on 4 October 2019, Friday. Mahapurnahuti and Bali Pradhanam will be on 7 October at 12 noon. Special Shanti Homam is performed on 8 October 2019, 9 AM onwards.
Special Vahana Pujas will be performed on 6 October 2019 (Durgashtami) and 8 October 2019 (Vijaya Dashami).
Balkampet Yellamma Navaratri 2019 Schedule | Alankarams List
Sunday, 29 September 2019 – Balatripura Sundari Devi (Deepa Alankaram)
Monday, 30 September 2019 – Rajarajeshwari Devi (Alankaram with Dry Fruits, Sweets and Fruits)
Tuesday, 1 October 2019 – Gayatri Devi (Alankaram with Pasupu Kumkuma)
Wednesday, 2 October 2019 – Annapurna Devi (Alankaram with Sarees)
Thursday, 3 October 2019 – Lalita Tripura Sundari Devi (Alankaram with Bangles)
Friday, 4 October 2019 – Mahalakshmi Devi (Alankaram with Currency Notes)
Saturday, 5 October 2019 – Saraswati Devi (Moola Nakshatra Puja) (Alankaram with Books)
Sunday, 6 October 2019 – Durga Devi (Alankaram with Lemons)
Monday, 7 October 2019 – Mahishasura Mardhini Devi (Alankaram with Red Flowers)
Tuesday, 8 October 2019 – Renuka Yellamma Devi (Alankaram with Swarna Kavacham)
Balkampet Yellamma temple in Hyderabad is one of the famous temples dedicated to Goddess Yellamma, a traditional manifestation of Goddess Parvati or Shakti. Sri Yellamma Devasthanam is considered to be existing since 15th century and has got today’s renovated form in the year 1919 as per the historical data available.
The unique feature of this temple is the presiding deity of Yellamma lies 10 feet beneath the ground level (bhoogarbha swayambhu vigraham). There is a well behind the temple of Sri Yellamma in Balkampet which is considered as very sacred that who takes a bath with this water will be cured from all diseases and become healthier. The water of this well is also taken Theertham.