Is Basara Saraswathi temple open?

Is Basara Saraswathi temple open?

here we provide all the details about the temple like temple opening and closing timings, entry fee, special poojas, Aksharabhyasam timings and prices etc……Sri Gnana Saraswathi Temple Timings ( Daily ):

Timings Details
4:00 AM Temple Opens
4:00 AM to 4:30 AM Temple Pooja, Issuance of Abhishekham Tickets

Who constructed Basara temple?

Bijialudu
It is also considered to be among the three temples created near the holy confluence of the Manjira and Godavari Rivers by the Ashtrakutas. A Karnataka king by the name Bijialudu reportedly constructed the current temple at Basar.

What is the importance of Basara?

Basara Temple is one of the two oldest Saraswathi Temples of India, the other temple is in Kashmir. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge. The temple also houses the idols of Goddess Lakshmi and Kali.

Is Basar temple open for darshan?

As the lockdown came to an end in Telangana, the Basara temple was thrown open to the devotees on Sunday.

How do I get to Basara?

You can also get numerous trains to reach Basara. Nanded is 112 kms far from Basar, Nizamabad (35 kms) and Mumbai (800 kms), if one is coming by train. Railways are considered as best option to travel as the train will stops at the Basar Railway Station. And railway station is just 14 kilometers away from the temple.

In which district Basara is there?

nirmal district
Basar is a census town in the nirmal district in the state of Telangana.It is about 30 km from Bhainsa,15.5 km from Dharmabad, 34.8 km from Nizamabad, 96.0 km from Nanded, 70 km from district headquarters Nirmal, and 205 km from Hyderabad.

Which district is Basara in?

What are Saraswati’s powers?

It is believed that goddess Saraswati endows human beings with the powers of speech, wisdom, and learning. She has four hands representing four aspects of human personality in learning: mind, intellect, alertness, and ego.

Where is the temple of Saraswati?

In the Satana district of Chitrakoot in Madhya Pradesh is one of the famous Saraswati temples. And because the temple lies in Maihar town, the presiding goddess is also known as Maihar Devi. The temple is located on a hillock and pilgrims have to climb 1063 steps to reach it.