Guruvayur Darshan Online Booking
Guruvayur Darshan Online Booking-
* No Dharshan tickets are available for worship.
* Everyday Darshan’s are available, but there will be short intervals for numerous poojas. Kindly restrain visit during any Hindu auspicious days as there will be more rush of devotees and more number of poojas will be performed. Which will increase you waiting for darshan.
* Avoid western outfits. Kindly wear Indian culture dresses like saree and chudidhar for girls/ladies & Dhoti for boys/men. If you don’t have any of these, there is an option of purchasing or renting the same from nearby shops.
* Non-Hindus kindly avoid entry into the temple.
* Mobiles and cameras are not allowed, strict checking is done prior to entry into the temple.
* 03.00 am darshan is said to be very auspicious and there will be the large crowd of devotees to worship the same. Devotees sometimes wait full night in an oragnised manner to have this darshan.
THE TEMPLE OPENS AT 3.00 AM
3.00am to 3.30am Nirmalyam
3.20am to 3.30am
Oilabhishekam, Vakacharthu, Sankhabhishekam
3.30am to 4.15am Malar Nivedyam, Alankaram
4.15am to 4.30am Usha Nivedyam
4.30am to 6.15am Ethirettu pooja followed by Usha pooja
7.15am to 9.00am Seeveli, Palabhishekam, Navakabhishekam, Pantheeradi Nivedyam, and Pooja
11.30am to 12.30pm Ucha pooja (the noon pooja)
TEMPLE WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN 1.30PM AND 4.30PM AND REOPENS AT 4.30 PM
4.30pm to 5.00pm Seeveli
6.00pm to 6.45pm Deeparadhana
7.30pm to 7.45pm Athazha pooja Nivedyam
7.45pm to 8.15pm Athazha pooja
8.45pm to 9.00pm Athazha seeveli
9.00pm to 9.15pm Thrippuka, Olavayana
Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple
is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu god Guruvayurappan (a four-armed affiliation of the Hindus god Vishnu), located in the town of Guruvayur in Kerala, India. It is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus of Kerala and is often referred to as Bhuloka Vaikunta. Which translates to the “Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth”.
The presiding deity of the Guruvayur Temple
is Vishnu, worshipped in the form of Guruvayurappan. The central icon is a four-armed standing Krishna carrying the conch Panchajanya, the discus Sudarshana Chakra, the mace Kaumodaki and a lotus with a Holy basil garland. This image represents the majestic form of Vishnu as revealed to Krishna’s parents Vasudeva and Devaki around the time of Krishna’s birth; hence Guruvayur is also known as “Dwarka of South India”. He is currently worshipped according to routines laid down by Adi Shankara and later written formally in the Tantric way, the inter-religious spiritual movement that arose in medieval India, by Cennas Narayanan Nambudiri (born in 1427). The Cennas Nambudiris are the hereditary tantris (high priest) of the Guruvayur Temple.