Vemulawada Temple Timing

Vemulawada Temple Timing
Temple Address
Vemulawada, Telangana 505302, Vemulawada, Telangana 505302
Temple overview

Vemulawada Temple Telangana is located in  Vemulawada in the state of Telangana, India. The main Deity of this Shrine is Goddess Sri Raja Rajeshwara and Lord Shiva. This Temple is also known as Sri Raja Rajeshwara Kshetram. It is located in the town of Vemulawada, Telangana, India. Lord Shiva is the God to whom this Shrine is dedicated. This temple is considered to be on of the ancient temples in India which are dedicated to Lord Shiva. Vemulawada temple timing, Vemulawada Sri Raja Rajeswara Temple is a historic sacred Hindu temple located in Vemulawada town. It was earlier a part of the Karimnagar district in the state of Telangana. The temple can be easily reached from Hyderabad This temple is also known as Dakshina Kasi and also as Hari Hara Kshetram. It is said that Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple was built during 750 to 973AD by Raja Narendra grandson of Parikshit. Many rituals are followed the most popular one is the Koda Mokku, devotes perform this ritual. Devotees perform Pradakshina with a bull around the temple worshipping Lord Shiva. Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam in Vemulawada has been decked up for the annual festivities in connection with Sravana Masam, which would be held from August 3 to September 1. The temple authorities have decided to conduct Rudra Abhishekhams and maha Lingarchana on all Mondays of the month at the shrine. They would also be performing special pujas to goddess Sri Rajeshwari Devi on all Fridays of the month. Even in the Puranas, there is the mention of this deity. Vemulawada Temple Telangana is popularly known as Dakshina Kasi. Another famous name for this temple is Harihara Kshetram. There are two Vaishnava Temples constructed in the main Temple complex. Those are Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple and another one is  Sri Sita Ramachandra Swamy Temple
The temple looks spectacular during the festival seasons, especially on Maha Shivratri. Devotees flock to the temple. This temple was built by Raja Narendra who recovered Shiva Linga and did penance for Lord Shiva appeared before him and relieved him from Brahmahatya Dosha. Temple is famous for Kode Mokku, it is believed that Pradakshinam around the temple with Kode will be blessed with good fortune. Kala Sarpa Dosha will also be performed at this temple. It is believed that Lord Shiva bless devotes who sleep for a night in the temple premises. Devotees through this temple on this special days The existence of this shrine are lost in the mists of antiquity and even Puranas mention the existence of the Deity. tolerance. Special poojas will be performed on Sivaratri days.
In this shrine, Pujas / Rituals are performed according to Smartha Agama and however, in Vaisnava temples located in the temple complex, Pujas/rituals are performed according to Pancharathra Agama. The icon of Lord Raja Rajeshwara is consecrated with Chatukala Pujas i.e., Prathakala Puja; Madhyahnika Puja; Pradosakala Puja & Nishikawa Puja etc., every day along with Goddess Sri Raja Rajeshwari Devi Sri Lakshmi Ganapathi located in Maha Mandapam.

Temple Timing in Vemulawada Temple Timing :


Mangala Vaidyam from 4.00 AM to 4.10 AM
Suprabhata Seva from 4.10 AM to 4.30 AM
Prabhata Harathi at 4.35 AM
Aalaya Suddhi [Cleaning] from 4.35 AM to 5.00 AM
Gomatha Puja & Kode Puja from 5.00 AM to 5.15 AM
Prathakala Puja from 5.15 AM to 6.15 AM
Nithya Kalyanam from 10.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.
Madhyamika Puja & Nivedana & Anna Puja. from 11.40 AM to 12.10 PM

Note: During Monday, Masa Sivarathri & Sani Thrayodasi days, Madhyamika Puja & Nivedana & Anna Puja would be performed from 2.30 PM to 3.00 PM

Pradosakala Puja from 6.00 PM to 7.00 PM
Nishikawa Puja from 9.00 PM to 10.00 PM
Pavalimpu Seva from 10.00 PM to 10.20 PM & the temple would be closed

Note: During Mondays which are not covered with the Thithi i.e., Eakadasi, Dwadashi, Sankramana, Masa Sivarathri, Bahula Ashtami etc., Samantha Seva would be performed to the deity.


Sarva Darsanam from 4.35 AM to 5.00 AM
Dharma Darsanam & Abhisekam from 6.15 AM to 11. 30 AM
Darsanam & Anna Puja from 12.10 PM to 2.00 PM
Darsanam & Bilvarchana, Sivarchana. from 2.30 PM to 5.55 PM
Darsanam & Aakula Puja, Maha Puja, Pallaki Seva, Pedda Seva from 7.10 PM to 9.00 PM

Note: During Monday, Masa Sivarathri and Sani Pradosam, Abhisekam would be performed from 6.15 AM to 2.30 PM & Anna Puja would be performed from 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM and Bilvarchana would not be performed

Sathyanarayana Vratham from 1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
Kalyanam from 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM
Maha Lingarchana from 6.30 PM to 8.30 PM
Kumkuma Puja from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM
Kode Mrokkubadi from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM
Gandadeepa Archana from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM

Note: During Monday and other peak days when the inflow of pilgrims is at very high side Kode Mrokkubadi Puja would be started at 4.30 AM for the convenience of the pilgrims

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