Vemulawada Temple Timings

Vemulawada Temple Timings
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Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Vemulawada Temple Timings:

DAILY PUJAS AND SEVAS OFFERED TO THE DEITY:

DAILY PUJAS AND SEVAS OFFERED TO THE DEITY Timings
Mangala Vaidyam from 4.00 AM to 4.10 AM
Suprabhata Seva from 4.10 AM to 4.30 AM
Prabhata Harathi at 4.35 AM
Aalaya Suddhi [Cleaning] from 4.35 AM to 5.00 AM
Gomatha Puja & Kode Puja from 5.00 AM to 5.15 AM
Prathakala Puja from 5.15 AM to 6.15 AM
Nithya Kalyanam from 10.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.
Madhyanhika Puja & Nivedana & Anna Puja. from 11.40 AM to 12.10 PM

Note:
During Monday, Masa Sivarathri & Sani Thrayodasi days, Madhyanhika Puja & Nivedana & Anna Puja would be performed from 2.30 PM to 3.00 PM

DAILY PUJAS AND SEVAS OFFERED TO THE DEITY:

DAILY PUJAS AND SEVAS OFFERED TO THE DEITY Timings
Pradosakala Puja from 6.00 PM to 7.00 PM
Nishikala Puja from 9.00 PM to 10.00 PM
Pavalimpu Seva from 10.00 PM to 10.20 PM & temple would be closed

 

Note: 
During Mondays which are not covered with the Thithi i.e., Eakadasi, Dwadashi, Sankramana, Masa Sivarathri, Bahula Astami etc., Eakantha Seva would be performed to the deity.
DARSANAM & ARJITHA SEVAS Timings:

DARSANAM & ARJITHA SEVAS Timings
Sarva Darsanam from 4.35 AM to 5.00 AM
Dharma Darsanam & Abhisekam from 6.15 AM to 11. 30 AM
Darsanam & Anna Puja from 12.10 PM to 2.00 PM
Darsanam & Bilvarchana, Sivarchana. from 2.30 PM to 5.55 PM
Darsanam & Aakula Puja, Maha Puja, Pallaki Seva, Pedda Seva from 7.10 PM to 9.00 PM

Note: 

During Monday, Masa Sivarathri and Sani Pradosam, Abhisekam would be performed from 6.15 AM to 2.30 PM & Anna Puja would be performed from 3.00 PM to 5.00 PM and Bilvarchana would not be performed.

DARSANAM & ARJITHA SEVAS Timings:

DARSANAM & ARJITHA SEVAS Timings
Sathyanarayana Vratham from 1.00 PM to 3.00 PM
Kalyanam from 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM
Maha Lingarchana from 6.30 PM to 8.30 PM
Kumkuma Puja from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM
Kode Mrokkubadi from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM
Gandadeepa Archana from 6.15 AM to 8.30 PM

Vemulawada Temple Sthalapuranam:

Bhavishyothara Purana mentions that the Sun-God (Surya Bhagavan) recovered from disability by praying at the shrine here and so this shrine is termed “Bhaskara Kshethram”. And, Indra- the King of Astadikpalaka by devoutly worshipping Lord Sri Raja Rajeshwara-the presiding deity of the shrine, purified himself from Brahmahatya Dosham.

Further, It is said that during 750 to 973 AD this temple was built by Raja Narendra-the grandson of Parikshit who in turn the grandson of Arjuna, was not only cured of Leprosy by which he was afflicted by virtue of killing Muniputra accidentally, by taking bath in Dharmagundam (Pushkarni) but also seen Lord Sri Raja Rajeshwara and Goddess Sri Raja Rajehwari Devi in a vision and received blessings with directions to build a temple and install ‘ Siva Lingam’ which was laying in the bed of the Pushkarni.

Vemulawada Temple Historical Importance:  

Historically this place was the capital of the Vemulawada Chalukyas who ruled from AD 750 to AD 973. Rock cut inscriptions found in this place, however refer to the village as Lemulavatika.