Tuljabhavani Pujari Tuljapur

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some common questions, devotees ask about Tuljabhavani Temple?
The Tuljabhavani Temple is located in the town of Tuljapur, Maharashtra, India.
The Tuljabhavani Temple is one of the oldest and most revered shrines dedicated to the goddess Bhavani, an incarnation of the Hindu goddess, Parvati.

The temple is opens at 04:00am every day and closes in between 10:00pm to 10:30pm but on some special day like on holidays temple opens at 01:00am and closes same as usual.

There are two timings in a day which is in the Morning 06:00am to 10:00am and in the evening 07:00pm to 09:00pm

The Tuljabhavani Temple is considered one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, sacred shrines of the divine feminine, and is also considered one of the four important pilgrimage sites in Maharashtra.

The best time to visit the Tuljabhavani Temple is during the Navaratri festival, which usually falls in the months of September or October.

The visiting hours for the Tuljabhavani Temple are from 4:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

There is no entry fee to visit the Tuljabhavani Temple.

Yes, several special rituals performed at the Tuljabhavani Temple, including Puja, Abhishekam, Archana and Kuldharma Kulachar.

Yes, there are several lodges and Bhaktaniwas available near the Tuljabhavani Temple for visitors to stay.

No, photography inside the temple is restricted. It is advisable to check with the temple authorities before clicking pictures.

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