Do’s & Don’ts at Srikalahasti Temple

Here is the list of Do’s & Don’ts at Srikalahasti Temple – Recommended things and avoidable things at Sri Kalahasti Temple, Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Srikalahasti is famous for Rahuketu Pujas, Sarpadosha puja, Nagadosha poojas.. Do’s & Don’ts Do’s Worship your ista or Kula Daivam before you start of Srikalahasti Concentrate on Lord Srikalahastheeswara Swami […]

Best Days for Rahu Ketu Pooja at Sri Kalahasti Temple (Auspicious Timings)

Rahu Ketu Pooja is the popular ritual observed at Sri Kalahasti Temple to nullify the effect of Rahu Dosha, Ketu Dosha, Sarpa Dosha, Kalasarpa Dosha, Naga Dosha, Sarpa Hatya Dosha, etc.. It is to note that Rahu Ketu Pooja is an ideal remedy for those who are facing the problems in getting married, in begetting […]

Kalahasti Temple Contact details – Phone Numbers, Address

Kalahasti Temple Contact Phone numbers, Srikalahasti Temple postal address, etc,. are given here. Srikalahasti Temple, famous for its Rahu Ketu Dosha Nivarana Poojas, is located in near Tirumala Tirupati, Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Srikalahasti Temple Address Sri Kalahastiswaraswamy vari Devastanam SriKalaHasti Chittoor District. Andhra Pradhesh PIN: 517644 Kalahasti Temple Telephone numbers – 08578-222240 Kalahasti […]

Sthala Puranam of Srikalahasti Temple: Story of Snake & Elephant Shiva Pooja

Sthala Puranam of Srikalahasti Temple is associated with the story of Shiva Pooja by a snake and an elephant. In Sanskrit, ‘Kala’ means the snake and the ‘Hasti’ means the elephant. Here is the Sthala Puranam of Srikalahasti Temple.. In Treta yuga a Serpant from Pathala Worshipped the Lord Shiva with precious Stones daily. At […]

Srikalahasti Temple Brahmotsavam, Shivaratri Puja at Kalahasti Shiva Temple in Andhra Pradesh

Srikalahasti Kalahasthishwara swamy Temple is a famous Shiva temple in Andhra Pradesh and also known as one of the Panchabhoota Sthala, the five primordial temples of Lord Shiva. Maha Shivaratri is celebrated with utmost gaiety in Kalahasti temple. During Shivaratri, Brahmotsavam is observed for 14 days. Every day Lord Kalahastishwara and his consort Gnana Prasunambika are […]

Accommodation at Sri Kalahasti Temple

Here is the information on Accommodation at Sri Kalahasti Temple. There are 4 Gust houses of Srikalahasti Temple. 1. Trinetra Guest House – It has 28 rooms in which 18 are AC rooms. Amount for AC rooms is 400 Rs. and amount for Non AC rooms is 150 Rs. 2. Shankara Muni Complex – It has 40 rooms and […]

Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi (Goddess Jnana Prasunambika)

Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi is the consort of Sri Kalahastishwara Swamy (Lord Shiva of Srikalahasti Temple). She is one of the manifestations of Goddess Parvati. Here is the complete story of the origin and the birth of Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi… Lord Shiva initiated Goddes Parvathi with Sacred Panchakshari mantra and asked her to perform Japa with […]

Abhishekam Timings of Srikalahasti Temple

The Abhishekams are performed to Lord Kalahasteeswara and Goddess Gnana Prasunambika four times a day. The Abhishekam: A ritual and part of daily prayers, Abhishekams (bathing the Lingam) are performed to Lord Kalahasteesvara. The Abhishekam is done with Panchakarpura (camphor mixed with water, honey, milk, camphor and Panchamruta) along with chanting of the mantra, which […]

Huge rush for Rahu Ketu Poojas in Srikalahasti Temple

There is a huge ruch for Rahu Ketu Poojas in Srikalahasti Temple as Shravana Masam has begun as per Telugu calendar on 27 July 2014. And on 26th and 27th July, due to weekends, the rush was even more bigger than expected. According to the reports from the temple officials, more than 50,000 devotees have […]

Rahu Ketu Sarpa dosha Nivarana Puja at Sri Kalahasti Temple

Rahu Ketu Sarpa dosha Nivarana Puja at Sri Kalahasti Temple, Rahu Ketu Sarpa dosha nivarana puja, Rahu Ketu shanti puja, Kaala sarpadosha puja, Kalasarpa puja. Rahu Ketu Sarpa dosha nivarana puja or Rahu Ketu shanti puja, also known as Kaala sarpadosha puja, is one of the important puja rituals performed in Sri Kalahasti temple which […]

Significance of Sri Kalahasti Temple

Srikalahasti which is situated on the banks of Swarnamukhi River and picturesque surrounding of hillocks is a famous Saivite Temple in South India. Thousands of pilgrims visits the temple to have darshan of the almighty Sri Kalahasteeswara and Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi. Sri Kalahasteeswara showers grace to wipe out the sins and obstacles of devotees. Seers […]

Official Website of Srikalahasti Temple

Srikalahasti Temple committee with association of Endowments Department of Andhra Pradesh has launched the official website for Sri Kalahasteeswara Swami vari Devasthanam recently. The official website of the temple has each and every detail of the temple – temple timings, Rahu Ketu Puja timings, contact details (phone numbers, email ids, fax), donations and other details. Sri […]

Sevas at Srikalahasti Temple

Here is the list of sevas at Srikalahasti Temple. Sevas list AARIJITHA SEVAS = PAID SEVAS 1. Go (Cow) Pooja —— Rs. 50.00 —- 05.00 AM —- Allowed 2 2. Suprabhatha Seva per Head —— Rs. 30.00 —- 05.30 AM —- Allowed 2 3. Sarva Darshanam —– Free —- 06.00 AM to 09.00 PM —- […]

Srikalahasti Temple Raja Gopuram collapsed – Srikalahasti Gali Gopuram Collapses

The 500-year old Rajagopuram of Srikalahasti Temple was collapsed completely on May 26, 2010, night. This Gali gopuram is a monumental structure constructed by Sri Krishna Deva Rayalu to mark the victory over Gajapati raja in 1516. The temple is located in Chittoor district near Tirupati and popularly known as Dakshina Kasi. 136 feet Srikalahasti […]