Darshan Timings

Guruvayur Temple Darshan, Pooja Timings

Guruvayur Temple

Guruvayur Temple is also very well known as Guruvayoor Temple. It is a Krishna Temple and is one of the five famous Krishna\Vishnu temples in India. Guruvayoor is known as “Bhuloka Vaikunta” or the abode of Vishnu on earth. Guruvayoor Temple darshan timings for devotees at Guruvayur Temple are between 3:00 am to 21:15 pm. However, during the festivals like Ulsavam (Annual Festival), Vishu, Vaishaka, Ashtami Rohini and Kuchela’s Day the darshan timings may vary. Usually, it takes 1 hours to complete the darshan, but on Sunday this duration may extend up to 2 to 3 hours owing to heavy rush of the devotees. Here at Darshan Booking devotees can get Guruvayur Temple Darshan & Pooja Timings, Darshan Timings on Thursday & Sunday, Darshan Timings for Senior Citizens, Dress Code, Opening & Closing Timings and Visiting Hours. For more details devotees check below –

Guruvayur Temple Darshan & Pooja Timings

Days Timings Events and Pooja Details
Mon to Sun Temple Opening Time 03:00
Mon to Sun Nirmalyam 03:00 to 3:30
Mon to Sun Oilabhishekam, Vakacharthu, Sankhabhishekam 03:20 to 3:30
Mon to Sun Malar Nivedyam, Alankaram 03:30 to 04:15
Mon to Sun Usha Nivedyam 04:15 to 04:30
Mon to Sun Ethirettu pooja followed by Usha Pooja 04:30 to 06:15
Mon to Sun Seeveli,Palabhishekam,Navakabhishekam, Pantheeradi Nivedyam, and Pooja 07:15 to 09:00
Mon to Sun Ucha pooja (the noon pooja) 11:30 to 12.30
Mon to Sun Open for General Darshan 12:30 to 13:00
Mon to Sun Temple Will be Closed 13:00 to 16:30
Mon to Sun Seeveli 16:30 to 17:00
Mon to Sun Deeparadhana 18:00 to 18:45
Mon to Sun Athazha Pooja Nivedyam 19:30 to 19:45
Mon to Sun Athazha Pooja 19:45 to 20:15
Mon to Sun Athazha Seeveli 20:45 to 21:00
Mon to Sun Thrippuka, Olavayana 21:00 to 21:15
Mon to Sun Temple Closing Time 21:15

Guruvayur Temple Darshan Timings for Senior Citizens

Days Morning Hours Evening Hours
Monday to Sunday 05:00 to 08:00 16:30 to 18:00

Notes:

– On the day of Special Illuminations called “Vilakku” the Thripuka is performed after that. The Sreekovil will be closed after Thripuka. Then the Krishnanattam, a colourful traditional dance-drama on Lord Krishna’s life is enacted inside the Temple on specified days.

– The Guruvayur timings given are approximate. It may vary if there is Udayasthamana pooja or on certain special occasions.

South India is always famous for his ancient temples. Many devotees visits for darshan of this temples in South India.Here at Darshan Booking you can find information on South Indian Temples with darshan timings, pooja timings and visiting hours below:

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