Sholingur Anjaneyar Temple Timings

Sholingur Anjaneya Swamy Temple is located in a small village in Vellore district in Tamil Nadu. This temple has a new modeled granite wall design surrounding the entire temple. In this temple pilgrims worship lord Vishnu in Narasimha Avatharam as Lord Thirumagal. It is better to visit this temple in winter rather than summer. Lets know about Sholingur Anjaneyar Temple Timings.

Sholingur Temple History:

Once Upon a time Chola king Saw a Shiva lingam and built a temple there. According to the Brahma Purana, the holy place is called Chintamani and Katikachlam. Sri Vishnu Purana and Sri Padma Purana tell about the significance of this place. Rama, after defeating Ravana in Lanka, wanted to return to his native place. When Anjaneya expressed his wish to support Sri Rama, later he directed him to protect the Saptarishis. Two evils named Kalan and Keyan are trying to destroy the penance built by Sri Rama. Anjaneya tried to fend off the two evils. Narasimha made a sacred conch and holy discus to destroy the two evils.

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God appeared before the sages as Lord Narasimha. He instructed Anjaneya to sit on a top of a small hill and direct devotees till the end of Kaliyuga. According to Hindu scriptures, the place was called Kadigachalam or Thirukkadigai, where devotees spend just 24 minutes to attain salvation. The Saptarishis wanted to darshan Lord Narasimha while performing meditation here and received Moksha within 24 minutes. Sage Vishwamitra got his title of Brahmarishi here due to his meditation and this place is called Simhapuram.

Sholingur Anjaneyar Temple Timings:

  • Temple opens at morning 5:00 AM and closes at 12:00 PM.
  • Temple again opens at evening 4:00 PM and closes at 9:00 PM.
  • Daily pooja timings of Sholingur Anjaneya Swamy Temple Is from 6:00 AM to 12:30 PM, 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

In this temple devotees celebrate the brahmotsavam in the Tamil month of Chithirai, from April to May. They also celebrate Narasimha Jayanthi in theTamil month of Vaikasi , from May to June, and Thiruvizha festival in months of November and December. During Bramhotsavam the devotees conduct utsavams in Sri Bhaktavatsala Temple and perform various poojas for Lord Anjaneya on Sundays and Thayaar on Fridays.

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