Alampur Sri Jogulamba Temple Darshan Online Booking Tickets

See below for the Alampur Sri Jogulamba Temple Darshan Online Booking Tickets, Jogulamba Devi Pooja, Aarti, Kumkumarchana, chandi homam, and Abhishekam Darshan details Here.

The main center of devotion in Alampur is the Shakti-focused Jogulamba Temple. The bus terminal is only a mile away from it. This Temple is The fifth Maha Shaktipeeta temple in India. It is one of the most revered Hindu shrines. This Jogulamba Devi Temple is located beside Balabrahma Temple. The divinity was later moved to Balabrahma Temple when it was destroyed by the Bahamian king in the 14th century.

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The Alampur Jogulamba Temple is located where?

The Jogulamba Temple is a Hindu temple in the Indian city of Alampur, Telangana, dedicated to the Goddess Jogulamba. Alampur is approachable via the route that connects Hyderabad and Bangalore, which is located around 220 Km south of Hyderabad. The Badami Chalukyas constructed nine Shiva-related temples known as The Temples of Navabrahma throughout the seventh and eighth centuries CE.

Alampur Jogulamba Temple Darshan Hours: 

Temple Hours Pooja Specifics
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM Hours of Darshan
2:00 PM Temple reopens
2:00 PM – 8:15 PM Time of  Evening Darshan

Alampur Sri Jogulamba Temple Darshan Online Booking Tickets

Jogulamba Temple Seva Details Cost of the Sri Jogulamba Seva ticket
Kumkum Archana 50 Rupees
for Trisathi Archana Rupees 300
Khadgamala  Rs.200
Sahasra Namarchana 216 rupees
for Jambeera Phalarchana Rs.150
Visesha Pooja on Friday, 150 Rs.
Chandi Homam 750 rupees
Masa Kumkum Archana 1200 rupees
for Two Wheeler Pooja Rs. 50
for Four Wheeler Pooja

Archan Saswatha Kumkum

Rs. 100

Every year, Rs. 1116.

for Three Wheeler Pooja Rs. 75
  • Thousands of pilgrims come to the temple to see Shakthi and the Brahmans.
  • The Alampur Sri Jogulambha temple does not presently accept online reservations. But in the future, it might be okay.
  • The temple’s booth is where worshippers must purchase their tickets.
  • Everyone pays the same amount for the puja.



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