Pooja to goddess Sri Brahmi Durga Parameshwari is done here with accordance to Vijayagama.In this procedure, Pooja is done 5 times a day
Usha Kala (Early Morning) - 6am.
Pratha Kala (Morning) - 8.30am.
Maddyana Kala (Afternoon) - 12.30pm.
Sandya Kala (Evening) - 5.30pm.
Ratri Kala (Night) - 8pm.
Tri-Kala Bali is also done here.
Not animal sacrifice, Bali is a procedure of offering rice to ashta-dikpalakas of goddess around the inner quadrangle in morning, afternoon and at night.
Devotees are suppose to put their offerings to hundi or pay at the office counter & collect relevant receipt. Offerings are not suppose to be put to the Mangala-Arati Plate.
If the Devotees would like to give dakshina to the Priests, they are suppose to give while taking theertha (Holy Water) or at the time of collecting the seva prasadam from Priest or at the counter.
On every Ekadashi (twice a month) Mruthika (mud) is applied to Kamalashile Sri Brahmi Durgaparameshwari linga.
It is also called Mruthika-Ashtabandana. This is considered to be very sacred as once this mud is applied to linga,
it will stay on to the Linga even after abhisheka daily for about 15 days till is it changed on next Ekadashi.
This is given to devotees as Moola Prasadam; it can be mixed with water and take as theertha or gandha.
Temple is open for devotees from 6am to 8pm daily
Approximately 75 feet from its base to the tip &is made from 1 single
tree (Bhogi Tree) which was specially selected from the banks of River
Kubja.Approximately 200kgs of silver has been used to give plating to
the Dwajha Stamba & it was contributed by the devotees of the temple.
It was inaugurated on 2nd April 2010 and is marked as the day of