Padmanabha Swamy Temple Puja- Bless abundance in life, defeat negative effects, calamities
Padmanabha Swamy temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, also called as the "City of Lord Ananta. Lord Padmanabha leans in lie back position, in a relaxed form with the back supported by the "Serpent Power" which is coiled infinitely, symbolizes eternity and deploy renewal of life of rebirth, appearance, immortality, and alleviate. The daily puja is comprising of nirmalyam to deeparadhana.The temple is one amongst the 108 divya desams of Lord Vishnu. Divya Desams are the hoilest abodes of the Lord Vishnu that are mentioned with in the works of the tamil azhvars. In the sanctum sanctorum, Lord Padmanabha reclines on the serpent anantha or Adi sesha. The serpent has five hoods facing in wards, sighifying contemplation. The lord hand is placed over a Lord Shiva symbol. Goddess Sri Devi, the god of prosperity and Goddess Bhudevi the god of Earth, two consorts of Lord Vishnu are by his aspect.Lord Brahma emerges on a lotus that emanates from the navel of the Lord.
Auspicious Panguni Utasavam in the month of(April), Aippasi in the month of(October-November), Bhadradeepam, Lakshadeepam are the festival celebarted in this temple.
Temple Opening Time
Morning: 3.30 AM to 12.00 PM
Evening: 5.00 PM to 8.30 PM
Relief from negative energies like devils, ghosts, and invoke positive spirits
Achieve success in life, wealth and victory in all deeds
Free from curses, witches, bad chants and gives courage and confidence.
Strengthen your Saturn and achieve Good fortunes in life
It helps for safe mother-hood and family bonding
Get rid-off delays and obstacles, provides greatest support and strength
Meni thula Payasam- 8.30 AM to 10.30 PM
Otta thula payasam- 8.30 AM to 10.30 PM
Dhanwanthari Archana- 3.30 PM to 4.45 PM
Sudarshana Archana- 3.30 PM to 4.45 PM