Navaratri Alankaram in Srisailam Temple

See below for the details about Navaratri Alankaram in Srisailam Temple, Dasara Alankaram in Sri Srisailam Temple, and Sri Brahmaramba Devi Alankaram.

Durga Navaratri, also called Dasara Utsavam, is one of the most important festivals at the Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna swamy temple in Srisailam, which is in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. Durga Navratri will begin on September 26, 2022, and end with the Shami Puja ceremony on Vijaya Dashami day, October 5, 2022.

Lord Mallikarjuna swamy was given special pujas and archanas as part of the celebrations. Bhramarambika Devi was worshipped as Navadurga in nine different forms. The most interesting events are Vahana sevas to Goddess Bramaramba and to Lord Mallikarjuna.

Dasara Navratri starts with the Ganapati Pooja, then moves on to the Kalasa Sthapana, and ends with Poornahuthi. On these days, special pujas and Archana’s are done, along with special pujas for Navaratri like Kumari Puja, Suhasini Puja, and Dampati Puja.

Srishailam is the holiest place in South India. It has one of the Dwadasa Jyothirling (12 important Shiva temples) and one of the Astadasha Shakti Peethas (18 prominent temples of Goddess Shakthi).

Navaratri Durga Devi Pooja Vidhanam Telugu PDF

Navaratri Alankaram in Srisailam Temple 2022

  • 26 September 2022 – Shailaputri Alankaram – Brungi Vahanam seva.
  • 27 September 2022 – Brahmacharini Alankaram – Mayura Vahanam seva
  • 28 September 2022 – Chandraghanta Alankaram – Ravana vahana seva
  • 29 September 2022 – Kushmanda Alankaram – Kailasa Vahana seva
  • 30 September 2022 – Skandamata Alankaram – Sesha vahana seva
  • 1 October 2022 – Katyayani Alankaram – Hamsa vahana seva
  • Oct. 2, 2022 Kalaratri Alankaram – Gajavahana seva
  • 3 October 2022 – Mahadurga Alankaram – Nandi vahana seva
  • 4 October 2022 – Siddidayini Alankaram – Ashwa vahana seva
  • 5 October 2022 – Bhramarambika Devi Alankaram – Nandi vahanam seva

Navaratri celebrations in Srisailam Temple:

Navratri celebrations will begin with several special pujas like Yagashala Pravesham, Ganapati Puja, Swasthi Punyahavachanam, Deeksha Sankalpam, Kankana Puja, Rudrayaga Sankalpam, Deekshadharana, Kankana dharana, Mandaparadhana and Kalasha shtapana Puja. At 10.30 a.m., Chandiyaganga Akhanda sthapana, Vaasthu puja, and Vaasthu homam are done. At 4 p.m., Parayanam and Japanushtana are done.

At 5’0 clock on the same day, Ankurarapana, Agni Prathishta, Navavaranarchana, Chandi homam, Kumkumarchana, Rudrahomam, and at 9 pm Suhasini Puja, Kalaratri Puja, Maha Mangala arati, Neerajana mantra pushpam, and Teerth Prasad Vitharana are performed.

During Dasara Navaratri Utsavams, the government of Andhra Pradesh will give Pattu Vastralu to the people in charge of the temple.

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