Here is the list of Sevas, Pujas at Dwaraka Tirumala Venkateshwara Swamy Temple, West Godavari district of AP. Suprabhatha Seva, Astottara Shatanamarchana, Nitya Arjita Kalyanam, Kumkuma Puja, Gopuja, Saswatha Kalyanam, etc, are the famous Sevas and pujas at the temple.
Here is the list..
DAILY POOJAS / SEVAS:
A) Suprabhata Seva:
Devotees can participate in Suprabhata Seva every day early morning 4 A.M(Reporting Time). The ticket cost is Rs.100/- per person. (Two laddu is free).
Duration: 4.30 am to 5.00 a.m (Except Saturday and Sunday 4.00am to 4.30am)
B) Astottara Satanamarchana:
This Pooja is celebrated at Utsava Murtulu. This Pooja is celebrated everyday from 9 A.M to 12 Noon. (2 persons allowed for Seegradarsanam).
Duration: 20 Minutes.The ticket cost is Rs.130/-
C) Nitya Arjita Kalyanam:
Nitya Arjitha Kalyanam is performed every day to Lord Sri Venkateswara. The devotees can also participate in the Celebration of Kalyanam by paying certain amount. Nitya Arjitha Kalyanam Rs. 1,000/-; On payment of Rs.1,000/- the Devasthanam will present one Sari, Jacket, Sanku chakra Namala Kanduva to the couple. 5 Laddus, 1 Pulihora and 1 Sarakara Pongal packet are presented. 6 persons will be allowed for Darsanam including Kalyanam performing couple and also for Anna Prasadam.
Arjita Kalyanam will not be celebrated on the following Days:
1. Makara Sankranti
2. Swamy vari Vysakhamasa Kalyanotsavams (From Vaisakha Suddha Dasami to Bahula Vidiya)
3. Swamy vari Aswayujamasa Kalyanotsavams (From Aswayuja Suddha Dasami to Bahula Vidiya)
4. Solar Eclipses
6. Pavithrotsavams (From Sravana Suddha Trayodasi to Bahula Padyami)
D) Kumkuma Puja:
This Pooja is celebrated at Sri Ammavarlu. The Pooja is celebrated every day.
Duration: 20 Minutes The ticket cost is Rs.58/- for single person.
116/- (2 persons allowed for Seegradarsanam and 2 Laddu + 1 Pulihora Free).
Duration: Each batch 20 Minutes
WEEKLY POOJAS / SEVAS:
Snapana (Abhishekam for Utsva idols) is celebrated only on Fridays between 6-00 AM to 8-00 AM.
The ticket cost is Rs.301/-
B) Swarna Tulasidala Kainkarya Seva:
Celebrated only on Wednesdays 6.30 am to 7.00 am. The ticket cost is Rs. 1,116/- (for couple or two members)
YEARLY POOJAS / SEVAS:
A) Saswatha Kalyanam :
On payment of Rs.15,000/- one can have Nitya Arjita Kalyanam on a required day /thidi every year and the same will be intimated in advance to take part in Kalyanam. In their absence the Kalyanam will be celebrated on their Name and Gotram and Prasadam will be sent to them by post.
B) Saswatha Sahasra Namarchana on Every Saturday:
On payment of Rs.10,000/- one can have the permanent worship on Every Saturday on their Name and Gotram and Prasa dam will be sent by post.
C) Saswatha Astottara Satanamarchana on Every Saturday:
On payment of Rs.7,500/- one can have the permanent worship on Every Saturday on their Name and Gotram and Prasadam will be sent by post.
D) Saswatha Astotharam:
On payment of Rs.1,500/- one can have the permanent worship on a required day in every year on their Name and Gotram and Prasadam will be sent by post
E) Gosamrakshna pathakam/Gopuja :
OOn payment of Rs.1,116/- and above one can have Gopuja on a required day every year. In their absence the Gopuja will be celebrated on their Name and Gotram
A) Silver Garudotsavam (Garuda Vahanotsavam) :
On payment of Rs.500/- Garuda Vahanotsavam will be celebrated in the temple in a day.
B) Silver Seshavahanotsavam:
On payment of Rs.500/- Silver Seshavahanotsavam will be celebrated in the temple in a day.
C) Kovela Pallaki Utsavam:
On payment of Rs.500/-, this Utsavam will be celebrated in the temple premises.
Dwaraka Tirumala Temple (Chinna Tirupati) is one of the famous Temples in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. Dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara Swamy, Dwaraka Tirumala also referred to as ‘Chinna Tirupati’ (Little Tirupati) by devotees.
This pilgrimage centre is called “Dwaraka Tirumala” after the great saint, “Dwaraka” who located the self manifested idol of Lord “Sri Venkateswara” after severe penance in a ‘Valmikam’ (ant hill). The devotees call Sri Venkateswara as Kaliyuga Vaikunta Vasa.