Religious Ceremonies, Worships or Vidhis Performed at Tuljabhavani Temple

In 12th Chapter or Adhyaya of Durgasaptashati the deity herself has told regarding her worship, devotion and other 'Homa' karmas or fire ceremonies. Her worship results in peace of mind, destruction of fear and poverty, relief from physical disorders. A true devotee of the godess who worships her in true sense will always be bestowed with good health, mental peace, finanicial upliftment, peacefull sleep, gain of knowledge. There is a strong belief in devotees of the deity that they will be gaining above said things if they perform worship or religious ceremonies of godess Tuljabhavani. Many devotees have experienced this and that is the reason why there is crowd of devotees at Tuljabhavani Temple.
Many devotees perform these vidhis in their absense as it is not possible for them to visit the Temple in Person on specified auspicious day. We will perform these worship or Vidhis for godess on your behalf.
Please contact us for performing Pooja or any vidhi listed below


Abhishek Pooja for the idol

Abhishek Sahitya (required things)
Curd , Milk , Ghee , Honey , Sugar , Bananas
Oti Sahitya
White Areka Nuts (Supari) , Dry dates (Kharik) Cashewnut (Kaju) , Pistashio (Pista) ,Almonds , Charoli , Raisin (Khismis), Walnut (Akrod) , Coconuts , Rice, Sugar (Khadisakhar) , Haldi (Turmeric), Kumkum , Kopra (Dry Coconuts)
Vastra (Clothes)
Nine yard saree - 1 , Khan (piece of cloth) with border, Color - Red, Yellow , Green
Alankar (Ornaments)
Gold Mani Mangalsutra - 1 gm
Silver Virodha Jodvi - 10 gm
Gold Karnafula - 0.5 gms
Green Bangles, Kajal , Phani, Karanda, Scent bottle
Fruits - five types as per availabilty
Flowers - Big garland (Har), Gajara , Rose Bouque
Arati Sahitya - Fulwatis in ghee, Camphor, Agarbattis, Ooda, Dhupa
Naivaidya - Pooran Poli, Milk Rice, Curd Rice
Bhojana and Dakshina for godess - Brahmin, Savvashna,
Kumarika and Batoo - Meals for these persons.


Nidra Pooja

This pooja or worship is performed during Nidra or sleep period of the godess. The idol is offered scented oils and perfumes for bath during this pooja. There are three types of Nidra of the godess.
1. Ghor Nidra - Period Bhadrapada Krishna Ashtami to Amavasya.
2. Moh Nidra - Period Ashwin Shuddha Dashami to Chaturdashi.
3. Maya Nidra - Period Poush Shuddha Pratipada to Saptami.


Other Vidhis or worships

1. Haldi Kumkum Sada
Sprinkling of Haldi Kumkum mixed with water in the vicinity of Temple
Articles required - Haldi or Turmeric , Kumkum
White Areka Nuts (Supari) , Dry dates (Kharik) , Vida leafs , Dakshina

2. Limbu Nesne
Articles required - Lemons , Dakshina
White Areka Nuts (Supari) , Dry dates (Kharik)

3. Shri Durga Saptashati Patha or Recital
There are three types of Pathas or Recitals
Saral Patha - In this type all the rhymes or Mantras in Durga
Saptashati are enchanted or recited.
Pallava Patha - If there is some problem in fulfilling the desired thing of a person then this type is resorted to. In this Patha one particular Mantra or rhyme has to be enchanted before every Mantra of Durga Saptashatee. Full Saptashati contains 700 Mantras. In case of Pallava Patha the number of Mantras recited comes to 1400.
Samputa Patha - In this type Samputa Mantra is enchanted before and after each Mantra of Saptashati. Thus the total number of Mantras recited is 2100.


Chandi Yadnya
Types of Chandi Yadnya


Nav Chandi - Durga Saptashati is recited 10 times. Performing of Dashansh Havan, Dashansh Tarpan, Dashansh Marjan, Dashansh Brahmin Bhojana
Shata Chandi - Durga Saptashati is recited 100 times. Performing of Dashansh Havan, Dashansh Tarpan, Dashansh Marjan, Dashansh Brahmin Bhojana
Sahastra Chandi - Durga Saptashati is recited 1000 times. Performing of Dashansh Havan, Dashansh Tarpan, Dashansh Marjan, Dashansh Brahmin Bhojana
Ayuta Chandi - Durga Saptashati is recited 10000 times. Performing of Dashansh Havan, Dashansh Tarpan, Dashansh Marjan, Dashansh Brahmin Bhojana
Laksha Chandi - Durga Saptashati is recited 100000 times. Performing of Dashansh Havan, Dashansh Tarpan, Dashansh Marjan, Dashansh Brahmin Bhojana.