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Kukke Subramanya Temple Timing, History, Dress Code

Let’s get started with Kukke Subramanya temple timing for darshan, pooja, history, how to reach Kukke temple, where to stay and other facts related to the temple. I hope this information will be very helpful for you.

Kukke Subramanya Temple

Kukke Subramanya temple is located in the heart of the village of Subramanya, in the Indian state of Karnataka. This temple is one of the most important to the Hindus of South India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Kartikeya, a lord of all serpents. The temple is situated on the western slopes of the Ghats and is covered with dense evergreen forests.

Kukke Subramanya Temple Timing

Sree Kukke Subramanya Temple Opening & Closing Time

The temple’s opening and closing times are mentioned below.

TempleOpening TimeClosing Time
Morning6:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Evening3:30 PM to 9:00 PM9:00 PM to 9:30 PM
DarshanRemove shirts during darshan

Kukke Subramanya Temple Pooja Timing

Here the table shows Kukke Subramanya Temple Pooja Timing, Kukke Temple Darshan Timing and Kukke Subramanya Temple Annaprasadam timings, including opening time and closing time.

The Kukke temple provides both the time-free Annaprasadam. The timing for Annaprasadam is below.

PoojaTime
Govu Pooja – Temple Opens5:00 AM
Ushakala Pooja5:30 AM to 6:00 AM
Sevas by the devotees6:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Madhyanna Pooja (Kalasha Pooja, Panchamrutha Abhishek
Archana, Mahanaivedhya, Maha Mangalarathi)
10:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Distribution of Theertha Prasada12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Anna Santharpane (Free food)11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Hannukai Seva, Mangalarathi3:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Nisha Pooja, Mahamangalarathi6:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Distribution of Theertha Prasada
Closing the main doors
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Anna Santharpane (Free Night Meals)7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

 Note: Timing may change on the Special Occasion.

Kukke Subramanya Temple Pooja List with Price

No.RitualCost
1Maharathothsava25000
2Chandramandala Utsava in Street6000
3Rathothsava on the Small Chariot8000
4Sheshavahana Bhandi Utsava in the Angana3000
5Panchambrutha Mahabishekha6000
6Palanquin Utsava with Deeparadhane2500
7Flower Chariot Utsava in the Street5000
8Mahapooja with Palanquin Utsava1500
9Sankshiptha Seva(whole day to all deities)2000
10Mahapooja(Rituals forenoon)250
11Panchamrutha Abhishekam with Pavamana100
12Panchamrutha Abhisheka with kalasha pooja100
13Panchamrutha Abhishekam75
14Rudrabhikshekam75
15Kshirabhishekam50
16ShesaSeva Including astottaram100
17Harivana Naivedhya100
18Karthika Pooje50
19Panchakajjaya15
20Chitranna Samarpane100
21Milka Payasam100
22Sahasranamarchana25
23Ashtotara Archane20
24Chavala(Sthala kanike)25
25Nagapratista400
26Thulabhara (Value of the article to be weighed charged extra)75
27Mangalarathi5
28Trishati Archane25
29Dolotsava300
30Mantapotsava300
31Night mahapooja150
32Palanquin Utsava with Night mahapooja1250
33Nandadeepa (one month)400
34Santharpane (Feeding 8 persons)200
35Pierching ear lobs (Kanike only)20
36Annaprasana25
37Namakarana150
38Ashlesha Bali400
39Ashlesha Bali Udhyapana400
40Shastivratha Udhyapana400
41Brahmopadesham (Munji Upanayanam)500
42Sathyanarayana Pooja500
43Mristanna Santarpane500
44Mahapooja (Whole day rituals)400
45Sarpasamskara with Nagapratista4200

Dress Code

  • Men: Must wear a Dhoti
  • Women: Must wear a saree or salwar suit
  • Devotees are not allowed to wear a shirt, coat, or vest while entering the temple.

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History of Kukke Temple

According to the story, Lord Shanmukh (Kartikeya) came to Kumar Dhara with his brother Lord Ganesha after killing Tarakasur. Lord Indra welcomed him and asked him to marry his daughter, Devsena. Lord Kartikeya married Devsena there.

At this time, ‘Nagraj Vasuki‘ was meditating. Lord Kartikeya was pleased with his devotion and assured him that he would stay with Devsena as a divine power.

This place is described as Gupta Kshera and is also revered as one of the seven Moksha Points by Lord Parshurama. At this place, snake worship (Nag Aaradhana) has been performed since ancient times. Lord Vasuki fulfils devotees’ wishes with Lord Subramanya’s (Lord Kartikeya’s) blessings.

Nearby Places

  • Sri Samputa Narasimha Subrahmanya Mutt
  • Adi Subrahmanya Temple
  • Chamakh Waterfalls
  • Omkareshwara Temple
  • Sri Sakleshwara Swamy Temple
  • Shree Shishileshwara Temple

How to Reach Subramanya?

By Road

By Road

Kukke Subramanya Bus Stand is the nearest bus stand. KSRTC buses are available from Bengaluru, Mysore, and Mangalore to the temple.

One can reach the temple by taking car, auto, or bus services.

By Train

By Train

Subramaniam Road Railway Station is the nearest railway station, at 12.8 km from the temple. There are regular trains from Mangalore and Banglore. One can reach here by taking a cab or auto.

By Air

By Air

The nearest airport is Mangalore International Airport, 112 km from the temple. The Mangalore airport is connected to major cities in India. You can cover the distance by hiring a car or bus service.

Where to Stay in Subramanya?

There are several places to stay near Kukke Subramanya Temple. For a better and hassle-free journey, one can book Accommodation in Subramanya.

YatraDham.org provides you with the best options for staying in Dharamshala and hotels at affordable prices. Here are some options for staying in Subramanya.

Hope you like the information. If you have any questions please feel free to share them with us. Thank you!

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