Kanipakam Temple Timings, At the bank of the river Bahuda in the state of Andhra Pradesh, lays a small village called Kanipakam. “kani” means wetland and “pakam” which means the flow of water into the wetland.
Made in the early 11th century by the king Kulothunga Chola I, this temple was constructed and later developed in 1336 by the Emperors of Vijayanagara dynasty. It is a Lord Ganesha temple which has a unique history and significance and the Kanipakam Temple Timings are also worldly known.
The Kanipakam Temple Timings are fixed for a daily routine. From waking the Swamy to putting the Lord to sleep in the evening, and from the various poojas and abhishekams , these darshans have specific time slots for each of them.
The Kanipakam Temple timings of the darshans and sevas are as follows:
This darshan is the first darshan of the morning and it is mainly to awaken the Swamy. It is considered to be very auspicious to start the day by getting the darshan of the Swamy early morning.
Timing: 4 A.M to 5 A.M
In this darshan, the devotees, who are supposed to carry a minimum of 2 litres of milk, can offer it to the swamy . This darshan is open for the devotees at regular intervals.
Timing: (7.30 A.M to 8.00 A.M, 12.30 P.M to 1.00 P.M, 2.00PM to 2.30PM, 3.30PM to 4.00 PM and 5.45PM to 6.15 PM).
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