2023 Srisailam Temple Maha Shivaratri Brahmotsavam Dates and Schedule

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The Srisaila Mahakshetram is a physical representation of long-standing spiritual and cultural traditions. Srisailam is the ultimate storehouse of spiritual knowledge and has been visited by many great saints such as Adi Shankaracharya, emperors such as Sri Krishna Devaraya and Chatrapathi Sivaji, and many other greatest devotional personalities. On Earth, Kailasa is seen as existing in Srisaila Mahakshetram. According to history and tradition, visiting Srisailam has the same benefits as worshiping all of the universe’s divine powers.

Mallikarjuna Temple, often referred to as Srisailam Temple, honoring Lord Shiva is situated in Srisailam, Andhra Pradesh. Given that this temple is one of Lord Shiva’s twelve Jyotirlingas, it is significant to Hindu Shaiva groups. The lingam serves as a representation of Shiva as “Arjuna” and Parvati as “Mallika ” in this temple.

One of the most well-known celebrations held at the Srisailam Sri Bhramaraamba Sameta Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple is Shivaratri Brahmotsavam. The dates for Brahmotsavam in 2023 are 11th February to 21st February. Ankurarpana, a religious ceremony performed on the occasion of the festival, kicks off Brahmotsavams.

This is followed by Dhwajarohana, in which a Dhwaja Patam bearing a Nandi symbol is raised above the Dwajasthambam of the temple. According to legend, the Dhwajarohan marks the important moment when Brahmothsavams begin and all gods are invited.

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2023 Srisailam Temple Maha Shivaratri Brahmotsavam Dates and Schedule

Another significant celebratory activity was Vahana Sevas, during which the procession of the God and Goddess passed by Sesha Vahanam, Mayura Vahanam, Nandi Vahanam, and Aswa Vahanam, among other vahanas.

Vahana Seva
Day 1 February 11 Ankurarpanam & Dwajarohanam
Day 2 February 12 Brungi Vahanam
Day 3 February 13 Hamsa Vahanam
Day 4 February 14 Mayuri Vahanam
Day 5 February 15 Ravana Vahanam
Day 6 February 16 Puspha Pallaki Vahanam
Day 7 February 17 Gaja Vahanam
Day 8 February 18 Mahashivaratri, Prabotsavam,  Nandi Vahanam, Lingodbhava Maha Rudrabhishekam, Pagalkarna, Kalyanotsavam
Day 9 February 19 Rathotsavam, Teppotsavam
Day 10 February 20 Purnahuthi,Vasantotsavam, Dwajarohana
Day 11 February 21 Aswa Vahanam, Sayanotsavam, Phuspotsavam

A religious ritual called abhishekam will be performed to God Mallikarjuna Swamy on Maha Sivarathri day at midnight during the Lingodbhavakalam. The day following Mahasivaratri, in the evening, the Rathotsavam/Car festival will actually begin. The automotive event will draw more than a million pilgrims. The Dhwajavarohana, in which the Dhwaja Patakam is taken from the Dhwajasthambham, marks the conclusion of the festivities.


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