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Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple Timings

Cheluvanarayana Swamy temple is located in the land with a rich heritage in Melkote in the Mandya district in Karnataka. The temple is located at a distance of 55 km from Mysore.

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Vairamudi Festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in the temple. Read more about Melkote temple timings, melkote temple history, places you can visit near Melkote temple, nearby accommodations and more.

Melkote Temple Timings

Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple timings for darshan are given below. During these hours devotees can Darshan Melkote Temple.

Morning7:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Evening4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Night7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple’s Daily opening closing timings are 7:30 AM to 8:00 PM.

Monday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Saturday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Sunday7:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple

Seva Details of Melkote Temple

These are the various services offered at Melkote Temple along with their respective prices.

Sr. NoSeva DetailsPrice
1Archane/AshtottaraRs. 10
2Archane/AshtottaraRs. 10
3SahasranaamaRs. 50
4Abhisheka (Per person)Rs. 800
5Abhisheka (Per person)Rs. 1200
6Victory CelebrationRs. 2000
7Victory at other MantapasRs. 2000
8Victory at other SanctumsRs. 2100
9Victory with ShathariyaRs. 2100
10Victory with MantapaRs. 2600
11AralappaRs. 400
12Garuda or Vehicle FestivalRs. 1560
13Mantapa during AshtatirthaRs. 325
14Mantapa PrathishteRs. 6500
15Mudi (Head Shaving)Rs. 40
16Mane Seve (Residence Service)Rs. 10
17Chowla (Initiation ceremony)Rs. 1170
18Vehicle PrathishteRs. 52
19Yantra (Amulet)Rs. 15
20Naming Ceremony/Ear PiercingRs. 10
21Marriage/UpanayanaRs. 300
22Coconut, Camphor AaratiRs. 5
23Moped, Bike, Auto PoojaRs. 25
24Car, Tempo PoojaRs. 50
25Bus, Lorry PoojaRs. 100
26Brindavan SevaRs. 250
27Pinda OfferingRs. 30
28Biladwaara (Door)Rs. 5
29Full Steps Offering/DonationRs. 260
309 Steps Offering/DonationRs. 80

Melkote Temple Prasadam

Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple Prasadm Details and their price are given in below table.

Prasadam DetailsPrice
Curd Rice/DosaRs. 300
SheeraRs. 750
Pongal/PuliyogareRs. 400
Sakkare Pongal/LadduRs. 1000
Bisi Bele Bath/KadambaRs. 700
Mysore PakRs. 650
ManoharaRs. 1170
KajjaayaRs. 390
ObbattuRs. 455
ThenkolaluRs. 865
IdlyRs. 340
Paaka DosaRs. 400
Uddina Vada/Rave Unde/Bellada HesaruRs. 430
Shundal (Guggari)Rs. 260
SajjappaRs. 715
AlankaaraRs. 900
PooriRs. 350
KsheerannaRs. 1100
Uddinahudi AnnaRs. 550

Melkote Temple History

The popular Vaishnavaite shrine was built under the patronage of Mysore Wodeyars. Saint Sri Ramanujacharya visited the place and settled here for 12 years, bringing more importance.

About Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple

The temple is also “Dakshina Badri”, one’s Badri Yatra would be incomplete without visiting this temple. It is one of the iconic temples in Melkote with rich natural beauty, attracting thousands of pilgrims daily.

Cheluva Narayan is worshipped here. It is believed that Lord Krishna, Balarama and other Gods have worshipped the deity. Hence it is also known as ‘Ramapriya’, ‘Thamar Uganda Thirumeni’ and ‘Chella Pillai’.

Here Lord Vishnu is worshipped as Cheluvaranarayana Swamy. In Kritayuga Sri Cheluvanarayana is worshipped as Vedadri, in Treta yuga, it is worshipped by Sri Krishna and Balarama which is known as Yadavadri. While in Kalyuga it is worshipped by Sri Ramanujacharya.

Nearby Attractions Around Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple Melkote

While visiting Melkote temple there are several tourist places nearby that you can visit on your trip to Melkote temple.

  • Yoga Narasimha Temple Melkote
  • KRS Dam
  • Brindavan Gardens
  • Colonel Bailey Dungeon
  • Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
  • Srirangapatna Fort
  • Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary
  • Railway Museum Mysore
  • Mysore Palace

Melkote Temple Distance

Adichunchanagiri to Melkote Distance55 km
Thondanur to Melkote Distance22 km
Nagamangala to Melkote Distance29 km
Bangalore to Melkote Distance136 km
Mysore to Melkote Distance55 km
Srirangapatna to Melkote Distance37 km
Mandya to Melkote Distance39 km

How To Reach Melkote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple

By Air

By Air

The nearest airport is Bangalore Airport (169 Km). Regular flights are available from the metro cities. From the airport, one can hire or book a cab or taxi.

By Train

By Train

Pandavapura Railway Station is the nearest railway station which is 31 km away from Melkote Temple.

By Road

By Road

KSRTC buses from Banglore, Mysore & Srirangapatna are available for the devotees planning to visit Melkote Temple.

How to Reach Melkote From Bangalore

There are many ways to go from Bangalore to Melkote.

By Road

You can take the Bangalore-Mysore highway (NH275) towards Mysore. From Mysore, take the road towards Pandavapura and then follow the signs to Melkote.

Bus: Several buses operate from Bangalore to Mysore. From Mysore, you can take another bus or a taxi to Melkote.

Taxi/Car Rental: You can hire a taxi or rent a car from Bangalore to Melkote. This offers flexibility and convenience.

By Train

There is no direct train to Melkote. However, you can take a train from Bangalore to Mysore and then proceed to Melkote by road using Bus or Taxi.

By Air

The nearest airport to Melkote is the Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore. From the airport, you can travel to Melkote by road via bus, taxi, or rental car.

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Sanjay Dangrocha
Sanjay Dangrocha is your guide to a world of adventure through his travel blog. Stay updated for your next journey to famous temples, travel adventures and must-visit places.”
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