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Mahayagam at Yadadri enters sixth day

Deccan Chronicle. | DC Correspondent

Published on: March 26, 2022 | Updated on: March 26, 2022

In the morning, the Shanthi Patham, were performed, apart from Purnahuthi and Dhaja Kumbharadhana

After reopening of the complex on Monday, the temple would be open for regular devotees during the day starting at 6.30 am and the last spell at 8.15 pm before closing for the day at 9.15 pm. Other time slots for regular devotees are at 9 am, 12.45 pm, and 5 pm.    Twitter

After reopening of the complex on Monday, the temple would be open for regular devotees during the day starting at 6.30 am and the last spell at 8.15 pm before closing for the day at 9.15 pm. Other time slots for regular devotees are at 9 am, 12.45 pm, and 5 pm. Twitter

HYDERABAD: Day six of the Pancha Kundatmaka Mahayagam, being conducted as part of the Maha Kumbha Samprokshana at the Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy temple in Yadadri, was performed with over 100 Vedic scholars reciting mantras.

In the morning, the Shanthi Patham, Chathusthanarchana and Ekasheethi Kushabhishekham were performed, apart from Purnahuthi and Dhaja Kumbharadhana, while in the evening hours, Dhanyadhivasam, Vishnu Sahasranama Parayanas, and Nithya Laghu Purnahuthi prayers were performed.

After reopening of the complex on Monday, the temple would be open for regular devotees during the day starting at 6.30 am and the last spell at 8.15 pm before closing for the day at 9.15 pm. Other time slots for regular devotees are at 9 am, 12.45 pm, and 5 pm. For VIP devotees, there would be two special breaks at 9 am and 4 pm.

The temple will be opened for special prayers at 3 am and closed for the day at 9.45 pm.

 

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