Pooja and Seva Details at Sri Seetha Ramachandra Swamy Vaari Devasthanams, Bhadrachalam, Khammam, Telangana

Temple Address
Sri Seetha Ramachandra Swamy Vaari Devasthanams,
Bhadrachalam-507111, Khammam (Dist). AP.INDIA
www (dot) bhadrachalam (dot) co (dot) in
E-mail: eo_bhadrachalam (at) yahoo.co.in

Darshan
The day begins at the temple with "Prabhadhotsavam" or awakening ceremony at 4.30 AM with specially composed songs of Tumu Narasimhadas, poems, Sannai Trupets Naubat etc. Abhishekam will be performed at 7.00 AM to Lord Rama on Sundays and all the remaining days abhishekams will be performed at Badruni Sannithi on the same time.
Note All saswatha pujas are for a period of 10 years only. For further information, please contact Temple Address

Seva Details

Time Seva Description Price (INR)
6.00 AM to 7.00 A.M Antaralaya Abhishekam (Mulavarulu on Sundays) 500.00
7.00 AM to 8.00 A.M Abhishekam (at Bhadra Temple) Daily 50.00
8.30 A.M to 8.00 P.M Kesavanaamaarchana 60.00
8.30 A.M to 9.30 A.M Sahasranamarchana 100.00
8.30 A.M to 9.30 A.M Suvarna Tulasi Astotharanamarchana (on every Saturday) 350.00
8.30 A.M to 9.30 A.M Suvarna Pushpa Astothara Namarchana (on Every Sunday) 350.00
8.30 AM Sakalbhishtaprada Sree Ramapuja (daily) 116.00
9.30 A.M to 11.00 A.M Nitya Kalyana Ubhayam (Daily, except during Pavitrotsavams,Brahmotsavams and Vykunta Ekadasi) 1000.00
From 6.30 PM Rajata Ratha Seva 1116.00
8.00 PM to 8.30 P.M Alaya Chuttu Seva 250.00
8.00 PM to 8.30 P.M Vahana Seva (Garuda, Hamsa, Hanumantha, Rajadhiraja) 516.00

Saswatha Pujas

Seva Price (INR)
Srimadramayana Parayana (Sarannavaratri Mahotsvam 9 Days) 7500.00
Saswatha Alankarm (Vaikunta Ekadasi Days) each Ubhyam 7500.00
Saswatha Nitya Kalyanam 10000.00
Saswatha Vahana Seva (Garuda, Hamsa, Aswa, Suryaprabha and for each seva) 5100.00
Saswatha Pattabbhishekam (on Pushyami Nakshtram day only) 2500.00
Saswatha Bhogam 1116.00
Saswatha Sahasra Namarchana (Utsavamurthulu) 1000.00
Saswatha Abhishekam (at Bhadra Temple) 500.00
Saswatha Laksha Kumkumarchana on Ekadasi Day 2500.00
Saswatha Alankara ubhayam rusum in Sarannavaratri Mahothsavams (each ubhayam) 7500.00
Saswatha Uchita Prasada Vitarana 1116.00

Annadaana Scheme The amount which you are donating under this scheme is exempted from Income Tax.

Scheme Info Price List
Daily free meals for devotees (Saswatham)
2 persons a day Rs. 1, 00,000.00
1 person a day Rs. 50,000.00
Any day of your choice (Saswatham)
60 Persons Rs. 10, 000
30 Persons Rs. 5, 000
12 Persons Rs. 2, 000
6 Persons Rs. 1, 116

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