Tuljabhavani Pujari Tuljapur

Get Abhishek Pass in just 5 steps ⟶

A visit to the Tuljabhavani Temple and take Abhishek Pooja darshan can now be a seamless experience with the introduction of a Tuljabhavani Abhishek Pooja Pass system by the temple authorities. The temple is one of the most revered shrines in the state and attracts a large number of devotees every year. To make the experience more convenient, devotees can now pre-book a Abhishek Pooja Pass. Here’s the process:  

Book Abhishek Pass in just 5 Steps

Step 1: Plan your visit – Determine the dates you wish to visit the temple before booking a Abhishek Pass.

Step 2: Check availability – Choose date and slot to check the availability of abhishek passe on the official temple website.

Step 3: Book the Abhishek Pass – If abhishek passes are available, fill out the booking form with your information, including your name, address, mobile number, and Aadhaar number. You’ll also have to verify a captcha and mention pujari’s name and contact no. and specify the number of people and those details Name, Aadhar No. and date of birth respectively.

Step 4: Confirm your reservation/booking – Once you have completed the booking process, need to make the payment of ₹50. You can made the payment using UPI, debit card, credit card and net banking. Choose your suitable payment method and made the payment.

Step 5:
Arrive at the temple – On the day of abhishek pooja, arrive at the temple early as per your slot and present your abhishek pass at the entrance to enter the abhishek queue. Offer your abhishek pooja to Tuljabhavani Mata and enjoy a hassle-free experience.

In summary, pre-booking a abhishek pass for the pooja of Tuljabhavani Temple is a straightforward process that can be done online. By following these steps, you can have a peaceful and stress-free abhishek pooja experience.

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