Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham 2022 Date Route and Distance Details

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06 KM north-northwest of Srivari temple is the holy theertha Kumaradhara theertham. It is especially lucky to bathe in it on February’s “Pournami,” which is the full moon day of Maagha Maasam. It’s like taking a bath in the Ganges and other holy rivers all at once. On that day, Prasadam would be brought from the Srivari temple to this theertha and given to the devotees.

Every year, Kumaradhara Theertham Mukkoti takes place on Pournami in February. On this day only, pilgrims will be able to walk along the path to Kumaradhara Theertham. On the other side, it is hard to get to the trail. Pilgrims can check the TTD calendar at any time of the year to find out when the Kumaradhara Theertham Mukkoti will happen. Still, it will happen mostly on Pournami day, which is in February.

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Tirumala Kumaradhara Theertham 2022 Date Route and Distance Details

  • Date: This Kumara Dhara Theertham Comes on the day of Pournami in the month of February Every Year.
  • Timings: This Theertham is Opens on that day From 06 AM to 06 PM
  • Distance: Kumaradhara theertham is located 7 km from Papavinasanam, 3 KM from Kumaradhara Dam
  • There is no cost to go to this Theertham.
  • To avoid getting too thirsty, people should start by 5:30 a.m.
  • From the Papavinasanam access point, it takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to Theertham. It starts with a hard climb for an hour and then flats walking for 30 minutes.
  • Devotees can go to Kumaradhara Dam and then climb for 30 minutes to get to Theertham. From the Dam, you can go down to this place.

Hiking Tips for the Tirumala Theerthams:

  • All worshipers can get in for free.
  • Many hours were spent walking through the woods. You should probably bring your own food and drinks.
  • The Puranas say that a devotee who bathes in one of these Theerthams will be forgiven of all their sins.
  • TTD makes sure that water and buttermilk are always available.
  • Not appropriate for small kids.
  • Summer is a hot time of year, so get ready for it.
  • Plastic bags and water bottles should not be left in the wilderness.
  • Don’t go off the walking trail because the woods are full of trees.
  • It is best to stay with the group and check in with TTD officials along the way.


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