Mopidevi Temple Timings, Pooja Details, Distance and More

Mopidevi Temple Timings: Here are the latest updates of Mopidevi Temple Timings, Pooja Details, Accommodation, Mopidevi Temple Abhishekam Timings & More. Mopidevi Temple is a famous Lord Subramanyeshwaraswamy temple present in Mopidevi village in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh. This temple is best known for Sarpa Dosha Nivarana Pooja and Rahu Ketu Pooja in South India.

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Swayambhu Lord Subrahmanya in the form of Shiva Lingam is the presiding deity of this ancient temple and is called “The God of Snakes”. The nearest towns to this temple are Avanigadda, Challapalli, Repalle and nearest Cities are Tenali, Machilipatnam, Vuyyur, Gudiwada and Vijayawada. Even though the temple is located in Krishna District, it is also closer to Guntur district people, People from Repalle and Tenali regularly visits the Temple by Train. On this page, you can check the Lord Subramanyeswara Swamy’s Mopidevi Temple Timings.

Mopidevi Temple Timings, Pooja Details, Distance & More

The temple is regularly visited by thousands of devotees. If it is a weekend we can witness more crowd. People from Vijayawada, Hyderabad and other parts of the state comes to Mopidevi to get the blessings of Lord Subramanyeshwaraswamy. Moreover, Mopidevi Subramanyeshwaraswamy is a powerful god and it is one of the most visited temple out of all Subramanyeshwaraswamy temples in the states of AP and Telangana.

Most of the people who comes to mopidevi subramanya swamy temple conducts pooja to get the rid of Sarpa Dosha, Rahu Ketu Dosha and many other Dosha in Hindu mythology. Hindu pandits will be available inside the temple to conduct all special poojas according to their busy schedule. On this page you can check the Mopidevi Temple Timings, Pooja Details, Distance and more

Mopidevi Subramanya Swamy Temple Ticket Prices:

Below are the ticket prices of mopidevi subramanya swamy temple.

SNoPooja Name / Nithya PoojaPersons AllowedTicket Price in Rupees
1)Mahanyasa Ekadasa Rudrabhishekam2 Persons516/-
2)Abhishekam Near Abhisheka Mandapam2 Persons100/-
3)Ashtottara Shatanamavali 75/-
4)Namakaranam 150/-
5)Kesha Kandana / Hair Shaving / Mundan 25/-
6)Uyala (Cradle) 100/-
7)Swarna Namarchana 100/-
8)Go Pooja (Cow Puja) 20/-
9)Aksaharabhyasam 150/-
10)Annaprasana 150/-
11)Pongal (For Gas Stove) 40/-
12)Sahasra Namarchana 100/-
13)Unjal Seva 100/-
14)Temple Antralaya Darisanam 20/-
15)Naga Shila Pratista Pooja2 Days Pooja25,116/-
16)Ear Boring 100/-
17)Sarva Dosha Nivarana Pooja 500/-
18)Santhi Kalyanam 1,116/-

Why Mopidevi Temple is Popular?

Mopidevi Temple is famous for Childless Couples for Childbirth, Sarpa Dosha Nivarana Pooja, Anapathya Dosha Pooja and Naga Pratishta Poojas. In Skanda Purana Rishi Veda Vyasa has mentioned about this Mopidevi Subramanya Swamy Temple. Lord Subramanyeswara is worshipped in the form of a snake.

Mopidevi Temple Timings:

  • Morning: 5.30 AM to 1.00 PM
  • Evening: 4.00 PM to 8.00 PM

Phone Numbers

Sri Subrahmanyeswara Swamy (08671) 257240, (08671) 257370

Things To Do:

The Devotees who comes to Mopidevi temple does following things to get the blessing of Subramanyeshwaraswamy.

  • Hair Donation
  • Special Abhishekam
  • Sarpa Dosha Nivarana Pooja
  • Rahu Ketu Pooja
  • Shani Dosha Nivarana Pooja
  • Subramanyeshwaraswamy Mala

Nearest Places To Visit:

Mopidevi is just a 10 KM away from the Sagara Sangamam called “Hamsaladeevi” where Krishna River meets the Bay of Bengal. There is also an old Venugopalaswamy (Lord Krishna) temple at Hamsaladeevi. The temple is one of the 108 Vishnu temples built during the rule of Chola kings.

How To Reach Mopidevi By Train?

People who would like to travel by Train to take the blessings of Lord Subramanyeshwaraswamy, first they have to reach Repalle by Train from Tenali, from Repalle they can either take Auto or APSRTC Bus to reach Mopidevi Via Puligadda-Penumudi Varadhi, the bridge that connects Krishna and Guntur districts.

Middle Stops (Repalle – Mopidevi): Penumudi, Puligadda, Mopidevi

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