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Kanipakam Temple Timings

Kanipakam Temple Location

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.

Kanipakam Temple Timings, History And Significance

Kanipakam temple timings

According to legend, there were 3 brothers each of whom was handicap i.e. Dumb, Deaf and Blind.  They had a small piece of land in which they used to cultivate and earn from it.

In the earlier days, water was drawn from the well by way of the “Piccota System”. Once, they found that the water from the well had dried up and they could not irrigate their land.

One of the brothers started digging up the well deeper in such of water and found that his tool was hitting some stone like formation.

Soon, it started oozing blood and the well filled up with blood. Not only did this miracle happen but it also healed the 3 brothers. The villagers dried to dig the well further but they couldn’t do so because the idol of Lord Vinayaka known as “Swayambhu” idol emerged from the waters.

Then the villagers offered the coconuts to the idol and the theertham(holy water) covered the entire area and hence the name of the temple was called as “kanipakam”.

If rumours were to be believed, the idol is still growing in size and for now, the knees and abdomen of the idol is seen. The water overflows from the well especially in monsoons and it is served as tirtham (holy water) to the devotees.

Kanipakam Temple Timings

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:

Darshan Details & Timings

Suprabatham, Bindu Teertha Abhishekam

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

Palabhishekam

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)

SankataHara Ganapati Vratham

This is a special kind of vratham that can be performed by the devotees. This vratham was earlier executed by Lord Krishna and Brahma and as for today, the couples who are longing for children, or who want success in their businesses and especially for the Court Room Salvations, this Vratham is performed.

Timing: (9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon)

Special Abhishekam

This is a special abhishekam that is performed by the pundit of the temple. The devasthanam will be providing all the samagri needed for the pooja from the temple itself. If a person is looking out for some personal gain and has any special Mannat then this Abhishekam can be performed.

Timing: (5.30AM to 6.00AM, 9.00AM to 10.00AM, 11.00A.M to 12.00 noon, 1.00PM to 2.00 PM and 6.15PM to 7.15PM)

Sevas Details & Timings

Pavalimpu Seva (Ekantha Seva)

As the name suggests, this is performed in the peace of the night. Couples who are undergoing a problem in their married life or who are newly married or want children can do this seva and solve their issues.

Timing: (9.30 PM to 10.00 PM)

Nithya Kalyanotsavam

Any devotee who has a dosh in their birth chart or is facing problems and wanting to get married, do this seva.

Timing: (11.00 AM to 12.00 PM)

Vunjala Seva

The last of the sevas that happen in this temple is the vunjala seva. In this, the devotees get a chance to take the Lord on their shoulders and go round the temple. The devotees also swing the cradle of the Lord to put him to sleep.

Timing: (6.30 PM to 7.30 PM)

The Kanipakam Temple Timings is distributed evenly for the different sevas and different darshans. Other than these there is the Ordinary queue darshan and the Special entrance Darshan also that happen simultaneously in the temple.

It is one temple which is known for its miracles. It is also said that one of the devotees had offered a “kavacham” (armour) to the Lord many years ago, but it does not fit the idol in today’s terms and it is small for Lord Vinayaka.

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