CALENDAR OF PUJAS AND FESTIVALS
1. Chaitra Masa - Special poojas are performed on Ugadi (Telugu New Year Day) in the morning. The Panchanga Shravanam is done in the afternoon.
2. Vaisakha Masa - Kalyana Utsava is celebrated in a grand manner from Shuddha Ekadasi to Krishna Padyami.
3. Jyeshta Masa - Pooja is performed by the devotees.
4. Ashada Masa - Special Poojas are performed by the devotees in Shudda Ekadasi (Tholi Ekadasi).
5. Shravana Masa - Birthday celebrations (Thiru Nakshatram) of Goddess Shri Lakshmi take place for the first three days of the month.
Shri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated on Ashtami, during Krishna Paksha of the month for two days.
Grand Kumkum Poojas are offered on all Fridays of the month by the devotees.
6. Bhadrapada Masa - Poojas are performed on Ekadasi.
7. Aashvayuja Masa - Devi Navarathris are celebrated as well as Gramothsava and Jammi Seva is performed on Dasami.
8. Karthika Masa - Shri Manavalla Maha Muni Thirunakshatram is celebrated in a grand manner for the first five days of the month.
Dheeparadhanas and poojas are offered on Karthika Somavara, Poornima and Ekadasi.
9. Margasira Masa - Dhanurmasa Vratam starts from 15th December.
10. Pushya Masa - The Vaikuntha Ekadasi as well as the three-day Pongal festival (Godaa Kalyana on Bhogi, Pongal on second day, Kanuma on third day) are celebrated on a grand scale, on each of the respective dates.
11. Magha Masa - The temple festival is celebrated on four Sundays of the month. The Radhasapthami, Bhishma Ekadasi, Pournami are celebrated in an impressive manner.
The Adhyana Utsavas and Gramotsavas are celebrated from Bahula Ekadasi to Amavasya.
12. Phalguna Masa - Poojas are offered on Shuddha Ekadasi.