Ugadi – Spring Festival at Srisailam Temple
“Ugadi” means – “Yuga” (age) and “Adi” (beginning) – “the beginning of new age”. Ugadi is celebrated as New Year by the people of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka in India. It is also known as Yugadi, Samvatsaradi Telugu, and Kannada New Year. In 2022 Ugadi falls on the date 2nd April on Chaitra Shudhdha Paadyami. Here are the details regarding Ugadi date, story, celebrations, Srisailam Temple Timings, best accommodations, and more… The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm across different states of India. “Ugadi Pachadi” is a special dish prepared for the occasion. The dish reminds people that the new year will not just consist of sweet experiences but a combination of the sweet, sour, salty, and bitter episodes.
Ugadi at Srisailam Temple
Ugadi Mahotsavam will be celebrated from 30th March to 3rd April. Devotees will be allowed for Sparsha Darshan of Lord Mallikarjuna from 24th March to 30th March.
Elaborate arrangements are coming their way in the Srisailam temple for Ugadi. Alankara Darshan of Lord Mallikarjuna will be allowed from the second day of Mahotsavam on 31st March. More than 5 lakh devotees are expected to visit the temple for darshan. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the padayatra in which devotees undertake arduous walk passes through Nallamalla forests and see Bramaranbhika of the Srisailam temples as their daughter & Lord Malikarjuna Swamy as their son-in-law. Necessary arrangements are made & facilities will be provided for the padayatra devotees at the temple and in the Nallamala forest. During this day people undertake new ventures as this day is considered auspicious.
Srisailam Temple Darshan Tickets Price
On weekdays devotees can have free darshan and quick darshan. For quick darshan price is Rs. 500.
Srisailam Temple Timings
Srisailam Routes And Accommodations
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It is believed that Lord Brahma began the creation of the universe on the day of Ugadi. Thus to create the track of the time he created days, weeks, months, and years. Ugadi is the first day of the creation of the universe. Lord Vishnu is worshipped on this day as Yugaadikrit (creator of the Yugas). On this day Earth starts to recharge itself for the new beginning with the help of the Sun’s energy.
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Ugadi Date 2022
Ugadi is celebrated on the first day of Chaitra. It falls in the month of March or April. In 2022 Ugadi falls on the date 2nd April on Chaitra Shudhdha Paadyami.
The preparation of the celebrations starts in advance. The celebration spreads enthusiasm and cheerfulness. People wake up early, delicious dishes are prepared, gods and goddesses are given an oil bath, temples and home entrances are decorated with flowers and mango leaves, make colorful patterns called rangoli.
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