Bangalore temples Makaravilakku Mahotsavam 2017 live telecast of Sabarimala Makara Jyothi


Searching for the date and timing of Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017 live telecast in Jalahalli Ayyappa temple Bangalore? Check out this artcile about the Makaravilakku Mahotsavam 2017 in Bangalore temples.

Makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017 date is January 14. Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa temple in Kerala is a famous pilgrim center visited by lots of devotees as a part of the makaravilakku mahotsavam. Next to Kerala, lies Tamil Nadu where there is a famous Ayyappa temple named Anna Nagar Ayyappa temple that is getting ready for makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017. The importance of this Ayyappa temple lies in the fact that it provides a facility to the devotees for watching Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017 live telecast. Now lets come to our topic. I guess from the title itself, you understand that the famous temples in Bangalore are getting ready for the makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017. In addition some temples are also providing the live telecast of Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017. Lets check which are the temples in Bangalore that provide Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017 live telecast on makaravilakku mahotsavam day.

Jalahalli Ayyappa temple Bangalore

Jalahalli Ayyappa temple is a famous temple in Karnataka state which is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa. The makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017 in this temple will be held on January 14(Saturday). The opening of sanctum sanctorum will be at 3:30 AM. There will be several rituals like nirmalyam darshanam, abhishekom, prasanna pooja, ashta dravya ganapathy homam, samkrama pooja, kalasha pooja, ucha pooja, naga pooja, annadhanam, ganamela, deeparadhana, athazha pooja and kazhcha seeveli in this temple on January 14. If you are planning to visit the temple, here comes the details like location of Jalahalli Ayyappa temple. Jalahalli Ayyappa temple is the number 1 temple in Karnataka that provides live telecast of Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017 on January 14 from 5:00 PM onward.

Majestic Railway Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

Majestic Railway Ayyappa Temple will be conducting special rituals on January 13 & 14 as part of makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017. On Saturday, there will be the live telecast of Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017. You can contact in the telephone number 8147255442 for more details.

Location:
Majestic Railway Ayyappa Temple Bangalore is located at Hosur Rd, Somasundarapalaya, Madiwala, 1st Stage, BTM Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068, India. You can travel in car via Hosur Rd and can reach the temple in 20 minutes as the distance is close to 10 km.

Kempapura Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

On January 14, 2017 at Kempapura Ayyappa temple, there will be ashtabhishekam, ashta dravya ganapathy homam, parayeduppu, ayilyam puja and annadhanam. The opening of sanctum sanctorum will be at 5:00 PM. Here also there is the facility for watching the live telecast of Sabarimala makara jyothi 2017. For more information, you can contact 9480714276.

Location:
Kempapura Ayyappa Temple Bangalore is located at Temple Road, Venkatagowda Layout, Hebbal, Kempapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560024, India. You can travel in car via Bellary Rd OR via NH44/NH75. It takes 20-30 minutes to cover that 12-14 km.

J.C.Nagar Ayyappan Temple Bangalore

J.C.Nagar Ayyappan Temple Bangalore is another famous Ayyappan temple in Bangalore which is getting ready for makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017. The sanctum sanctorum will be opened at 4:30 AM on January 14. There will be other rituals like nirmalya darshanam, mahaganapathy homam, neyyabhishekham, makarasamkarama pooja, abhishekham, annadhanam and mahadeeparadhana. In addition, the temple had made arrangements for the live telecast of Sabarimala jyothi 2017. Here is the details on how you can reach J.C.Nagar Ayyappan Temple Bangalore..

These are the temples of Bangalore that celebrate makaravilakku mahotsavam 2017 with the live telecast of Sabarimala makara jyothi. Even some other temples like Mysore Ayyappa Temple, Malleswaram Ayyappa Temple, Ananthagiri Sree Siddhivinayaka Temple Karnataka, Vijinapura Ayyappa Temple Bangalore, Chakkulathamma Temple and kodihalli Ayyappa Temple celebrates 2017 makaravilakku mahotsavam. But in this temples, there wont be any Sabarimala makara jyothi live telecast.


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