Savas - Nelogi

Below are the list of Seva’s that could be performed on regular basis. The tickets for the seva’s are available at the office counter and the prasada for the same would be distributed at the counter next to the main office.

Kaakadd Aarti : Early in the moring Kaakadd Aarti Seva is performed in the temple to Lord Hanuman.

Mahapuja : Before noon the priest goes to the Krishna river takes bath and he brings holy water in the KalashaKumbha and removes all ornaments of Shri Hanuman and perform bath to Idol of Lord Hanuman.

Kumkum Seva: After Mahapuja he sprays Kumkuma to the idol and it is called Kumkum Seva and put all the ornaments to Lord Hanuman and also grooms him with floral garland and lots of flowers.

Dharpa Seva : After that the poojari performs Dharpa Seva (Dhoopaarti) and then Mangalaarti.

Pachamruta Abhishekha: Before Mahapuja and after removing all the ornaments Panchamruta Abkishekha is performed and then Benni Pooja and Kheera Aabhiskeha is performed.

And in the evening at about 8 P.M. Dhoop Aarti Seva is performed every Day.

Pallakhi Seva:  Every Saturday there is Pallakhi Seva. In the Pallakhi Seva.

Naivedya: Contact village people or Aarcharyas to arrange a Naivedya on a particular date. The Naivedya items/ Pakwaans can be selected by your choice.

How to reach Nelogi

How to Reach Nelogi

By Road (Driving): Jevargi is the Nearest Town to Nelogi. Jevargi is 22 km from Nelogi. Road connectivity is there from Jevargi to Nelogi.

By Train:There is no railway station near to Nelogi in less than 10 km. How ever Gulbarga Rail Way Station is major railway station 46 KM near to Nelogi

Nearby Railway Stations

Gaudgaon- 35 KM, Ganagapur Road- 36 KM, Hunsihadgil- 39 KM, Kulali- 39 KM

About Sri Kshetra Nelogi

Nelogi is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It is located in the Jevargi taluk of Gulbarga district in Karnataka. Nelogi is located on the banks of Bheema river and is famous for Sri Hanuman temple. Every year Hanuman Jayanthi and Ashada chaturthi are celebrated very well in this temple.


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