Srisailam Marriage Procedure, Cost, Online Booking, and Hall Booking. Newlywed couples are allowed to have free darshan after marriage at Srisailam temple.
The Mallikarjuna There are only three temples in India that are both a jyotirlinga and a Shakti Peetha, which is a special shrine to Shakti Devi. Jyotirlinga is one of only 18 of these.
It is said that Lord Shiva appeared as Arjuna on Amavasya (no moon day) and Goddess Parvati as Mallika on Poornima; that is how the name Mallikarjuna came about.
The goddess Parvati is said to have confronted the demon Mahishasura by changing into a bee. Those who pray at the Bhramaramba temple think they can still hear a bee buzzing through a hole in the wall.
Srisailam Marriage Hall Booking Procedure
- Community marriage hall booking is required as halls are limited.
- Only Marriages from the respective community will be allowed.
- Marriage Hall Rent includes Hall Rent, Electricity and Water Supply Charges.
- Only Arranged marriages will be performed at these Halls.
- Both Groom and Bride have to carry Original Aadhaar Cards.
- Parents from both sides have to carry the Aadhaar Cards.
- Marriage hall decoration, food arrangements, and seating arrangements are self-arranged.
- The marriage planners will charge extra for the priest, Pooja Samagri.
- Marriage Dress, Thali and Mettalu have to carried by the Groom and Bride itself.
- Marriage Hall will be allotted for 24 hours and anything beyond 24 hours will be charged for the second day.
- Amount paid will not be refunded as it is Donation made to trust.
Location: Trust Halls near Temple. 1–2 km from the main temple.
Required Documents for the Marriage
Bride and Groom: Aadhaar Card Photo Copy/ School Certificate to determine Age.
Parents from Both Sides: Aadhaar Card Photo Copy.
Please note that online booking is not available for hall booking, One must visit Trust in person to block the marriage hall
For more details, Please call or WhatsApp 701-303-3309
A minimum of 1 to 2 months of booking is advisable, as slots are limited.
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