Sringeri Sarada Temple is the Dakshinamnaya Peetham set up by Sri Shankara Bhagavatpada more than twelve centuries ago to foster the sacred tradition of Sanatana Dharma.
Originally it was an unpretentious shrine with the Murti of Sharada made of sandalwood, installed over the Sri Chakra that Sri Adi Shankara carved on a rock. Subsequently Sri Bharati Krishna Tirtha and Sri Vidyaranya had a temple built in the Kerala style, with timber and tiled roof. Sri Bharati Krishna Tirtha substituted the sandalwood idol with the present golden idol.
Shankara Bhagavatpada was on the look-out for a convenient and holy place where he could establish an institution to spread the truths of Advaita Vedantacame. When Shankaracharya came to Sringeri, he saw an unusual sight on the banks of the Tunga. A cobra was seen spreading out its hood over a frog in labour pains, to give it shadow from the scorching mid-day sun. Struck with the sanctity of the place, which could infuse love between natural adversaries, the Acharya chose this very location to establish His first Math.
- Navaratri festival is celebrated on a grand scale every year for 11 days with Shathachandi Homa Poornahuti performed on the Mahanavami day.
- Special Puja is performed on Chaitra Shukla Poornima day
- Vaisaka Krishna Prathipath Mahabhishekam and special pooja
- Karthika Poornima day Deepotsava is conducted
- Magha Shukla Panchami, Lalitha Panchami is celebrated with special Puja performed to Sri Sharadamba by the Jagadguru.
- Magha Krishna Dwithiya special Puja to Sri Sharadamba is performed
- On the Magha Trithiya Sri Sharadamba Rathotsava is celebrated.
Morning – 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Evening – 5:00 PM to 9.00 PM
- The Price of the Puja includes service charges, prasad, packing and courier cost and any other incidental charges
- We are not agent of any temple, our representative will perform the puja on your behalf and collect the prasadam.
- You will receive the prasadam within 30 days