2023 Srikalahasti Temple Maha Shivaratri Utsavam Vahana Seva List

See below for the 2023 Srikalahasti Temple Maha Shivaratri Utsavam Vahana Seva List, Srikalahasti temple Vahana Seva Dates and Schedule here.

The Srikalahasti Temple is situated in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati district, in the town of Srikalahasti. It is one of the most well-known Shiva temples in South India, and it is also the location of the legend that says Kannappa was about to donate both of his eyeballs to cover the linga’s blood when Shiva intervened and awarded him moksha.

The Vayu Lingam (Wind Lingam), one of the Panchabhoota Sthalams, Srikalahasti temple is renowned for portraying wind and is one of the Panchabhoota Sthalams. The structure is also known as Dakshina Kailasam and Rahu-Ketu Kshetra. The exterior temple was built in the 11th century by Rajendra Chola I, subsequent Chola rulers, and Vijayanagara kings, while the inner temple was built in the fifth century. As Kalahasteeswara, Shiva is revered in his form as Vayu.

The temple follows techniques and traditions. The most significant holiday, Maha Shivaratri, is when millions of followers pray to the Lord in order to get his blessings. The Utsava murtis of Siva and Parvati will be carried on Vahanas in a parade around the temple streets during the 13-day Maha Shivaratri Brahmotsavam festival, which is celebrated in conjunction with Maha Shivaratri.

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2023 Srikalahasti Temple Maha Shivaratri Utsavam Vahana Seva List

Bramhotsavam is observed for 14 days during Shivratri. Every day, different Vahanas or vehicles are used to remove the god and Gnana Prasoon Ambika from the procession.  Srikalahasthi Temple Maha Shivaratri Utsavam starts on February 13th and ends on the 25th. Rahu Ketu Pooja and Kala Sarpa Dosha Pooja will be done every day during Brahmotsavam. During the days of the Brahmotsavam, Rudrabhishekam won’t be accessible.


DAY Date Vahana Seva
Day 1 February 13 Bhakta Kanappa Dwajarohanam
Day 2 February 14 Swamivari Dwajarohanam
Day 3 February 15 Rendava Tirunallu (Bhuta Ratri)
Day 4 February 16 Mudava Tirunallu (Gandarwa Ratri)
Day 5 February 17 Nalugava Tirunallu (Naga Ratri)
Day 6 February 18 Mahashivaratri,Nandi Seva, Lingodbavam
Day 7 February 19 Rathotsavam(Morning),BramhaRatri, Teppotsavam(Night)
Day 8 February 20 Shivaparvatula Kalyanam (Skanda Ratri)
Day 9 February 21 Sabhapati Kalyanam (Ananda Ratri)
Day 10 February 22 Giri Pradakshina (Rushi Ratri)
Day 11 February 23 Theertavari, Dwajavarohanam
 Day 12 February 24 Pallaki Seva (Night)
Day 13 February 25  Ekanta Seva
Day 14 February 26  Abhishekam, Nityotsavam.


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