Rajarajeswari Temple Nellore

Rajarajeswari Temple Nellore, Dargamitta, Timings, History and Pooja details

Darshan Dress Code: Any decent outfit

Darshan Duration: 15 to 20 mins during weekdays and 20 to 30 mins during weekends. 60 to 90 mins on festival days.

Temple will be crowded on festival days, Navaratri festival days, Karthika Masam, Nov, Dec etc.

Ticket cost: Free entry for all devotees.

Rajarajeswari Temple in Nellore

This temple was built in the year 1975 AD. The deity installed by Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati. Temple is known for Rahu Kala Deepam. It is believed that wishes will be fulfilled if the lemon-ghee lamp is lit during Rahu Kalam on every Friday for 18 weeks. Devotees used to lit lamps in the temple premises and perform pradakshinam to the deity.  Chandi Homam will be performed daily.

Navaratri festival will be celebrated in a grand during Sep/Oct months. Thousands of devotees throng temple on these holy days.

How to reach Rajarajeswari Temple Nellore?

By Air

  1. The nearest airport is at Tirupati which is 121 km away.

By Train

  1. The nearest railway station is at Vedayapalem which is 4 km away.

By Bus

  1. Direct bus to Nellore is available from all parts of Andhra Pradesh. Temple is 2 km away.

Rajarajeswari Temple Nellore