Sevas and Poojas Details at Sri Kaleshwaram Muktheeshwara Swamy Devasthanam, Kaleshwaram

Daily Seva's (Nitya Seva's)

Seva Name Timings
Prathah Kala Seva  Suprabhatha Seva 4.30 am to 5.30 am
Abhishekam to Swamy varu and Archanas to Ammavaru and Puja to Prakara Devathalu 5.30 to 6.30 am
Darshanam and all Common Abhisheka, Archanas 7 am to 12.30 am
Shashwatha Shiva Kalyanam 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Anna Puja and Maha Nivedana to Swamyvaru 12.30pm  to 1 pm
Dwara Bhandanam (Temple will be closed) 1 pm to 3.30 pm
Darshan, Abhishekam & Archanas 3.30 pm to 6 pm
Pradoshakala Puja 6 pm to 7.30 pm
Bhajanas, Nivedhana, Harathi, Neerajanam, Mantra Pushpam, Thirtha Prasada Distribution 7.30 pm to 8 pm
Dwara Bhandanam (Closing of Temple) 8 pm

Shaswatha Poojas

Seva/Pooja Name Frequency Amount in Rupees
Shaswatha Nitya Nivedana Daily 25,000/-
Shaswatha Nitya Abhishekam Daily 18,000/-
Shaswatha Nityanna Puja Daily 10,116/-
Shaswatha Shiva Kalyanam Once in a year 2,116/-
Shaswatha Puja Once in a year 2,116/-
Shaswatha Kumkumarchana Once in a year 2,116/-
Shaswatha Nityanna Pathakam
  • Maha Dathalu
  • Maha Raja Poshakulu
  • Raja Poshakulu
  • Poshakulu
  • Sadharana Sabhyulu

Daily Puja (Nitya Pujas)

Puja Name Amount in Rupees
Lakshmi Patri Puja  (Must inform before a week) 2,500/-
Shiva Kalyanam (Daily) 316/-
Mahanyasa Purvaka Ekadasha Rudrabhishekam 600/-
Satyanarayna Swamy Vratham 251/-
Ekadasha Rudrabhishekam 500/-
Kala Sarpa Dosha Nivarana Puja 400/-
Navagrahabhishekam 150/-
Abhishekam (in Mandapam) 100/-
Abhishekam (in Grabhalayam) 300/-
Astotharam 50/-
Anna Puja 100/-
Laksha Vathula (Lightening) 100/-
Vivaham or Upanayanam (Must inform before a week) 1,116/-
Kesha Khandanam 20/-
Navagraha Homam 316/-


  • Syra Bhogham - 150/-
  • Pulihora Bhogam - 150/-
  • Laddu Bhogam - 150/-

Note : Laddu, Pulihora prasadams , Photos and the books of HOW TO REACH of temple will be available at devasthanam counters. The entire above mentioned amount is in Indian national Rupees.

Special Pujas in Sravana & Kartheeka Masams

  • Swamy Variki Abhishekam (with Kukumarachana to ammavaru)  Daily
  • Astothara puja daily
  • Kumkuma Pujas to Parvathi matha – Saraswathi matha daily
  • Maha nivedana daily
  • Evening pardoshakala puja daily
  • Nivedana night  daily
  • Akhanda Dheeparadana daily
  • Special Abhishekam to Swamy varu on Mondays
  • Anna puja in sravana masam to swamy
  • Bhajana at the time of Lingodbhava on vaikunta chaturdashi
  • Special Abhishekam in Kartheeka masams
  • Abhishekam to swamy varu for all Mondays of the year

Occasions and Celebrations

  • Panchanga Sravanam on Ugadi by sri Bramhasri Ramagundam Laxmi Narayana Sharma garu
  • Sri Ramanavami Utsavams and Sri Seetha Ramula Kalyanam at Ramalayam.
  • Dhanurmasa special puja at prathah kalam in Ramalayam.(Godha Devi Ranga Nayakula Kalyanam)
  • Navarathri Uthsvams and pujas  Vinayaka chavithi uthsavams
  • Sharannava Rathrulu –Dasara sevas
  • Navagraha Rudra Chandee Havanam on masa sivarathri every month
  • Maharathri uthsavams 3 days
  • Pushkarams  holy baths for every 12 years.

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