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Nimishambha Temple Srirangapatna  

  Mysuru , Karnataka.
FREE

  • Spiritual
    Category
    Spiritual
  • duration
    Duration
    30-45 Min
  • mobile_voucher
    Mobile Voucher
    Accepted
  • accepts donations
    Donation
    Accepts
  • bird spotting
    Bird spotting
    Zone
  • parking
    Parking
    Available
  • drinking water
    Drinking water
    Available
  • snacks counter
    Snacks counter
    Available
  • baby friendly
    Couple
    Friendly
  • ExploreBees
    Baby
    Friendly
  • restroom
    Restroom
    Available
  • changing rooms
    Changing room
    Available
  • sitting area
    Sitting Area
    Available
  • boating
    Boating
    Available
  • lake
    Lake
    Available
  • baggage counter
    Baggage counter
    Available
  • footwear counter
    Footwear Counter
    Available
  • souvenir shop
    Souvenir shop
    Available
  • prayer room
    Prayer room
    Available
  • dustbin
    Dustbin
    Available

Ticket

  • adult ticket
    Adult
    FREE
  • children ticket
    Children
    FREE
  • mobile camera
    Mobile Camera
    FREE
  • still camera
    still camera
    FREE
  • video camera
    Video Camera
    FREE

Description

“Nimisha” means a minute in the local language, It is a popular belief that those who pray at this temple are granted their wishes in one minute. The presiding deity Goddess Nimishambha is considered to be a reincarnation of Goddess Parvathi, the consort of Lord Shiva. Nimishamba is none other than Goddess Parvathi, consort of Lord Shiva. This place Ganjam is considered as a holy place. Muktharaja of Somavamsha Aryakshatriya performed penance at Nimishamba Temple. This temple is situated on the road leading to Sangam on the banks of the River Cauvery in the historic town of Srirangapatna. Nimishamba temple is 17 Km from Mysore, 7 Km from Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, 22 Km from Brindavan Gardens, 30 Km from Chennakesava Temple Somanathapura, 39Km from Melukote Cheluvanarayana Swamy Temple 128 km Distance from Bangalore City.

According to legend, the Suryavamsha king Muktaraja had performed his penance in this place. Muktaraja got Srichakra carved on a stone and started performing poojas. It is currently kept in front of Nimishamba deity inside the temple. Mummadi Krishanaraja Wodeyar, king of Mysore, built the temple around 400 years ago. Inside the sanctum, there is an idol of the goddess along with ‘Sri Chakra‘ carved out of stones. This Sri Chakra is believed to be inscribed by a king called as Muktharaja on a stone and then went into self-mortification. Later on this Sri Chakra was installed along with the Goddess idol by the succeeding rulers of this place by then. Along with Goddess Nimishamba, there are other idols too inside the temple including ‘Mukthikeshwara’ (Lord Shiva), Ganesha, Surya Narayana, and Hanuman. 

Legend 

As per the instructions of Sri Sri Parameshwara decided to conduct Poundareeka Yaga by Sumanaska for the benefit of earth/world, as per the given the responsibilities of this yaga to Mukthaka Rushi who is real Shiva. This matter was came to the Knowledge of Sriman narada by Janu and Sumandalas and they decided to abolish and giving troubles to this Yaga and consulted with their Guru (Teacher) Shukracharya in this matter, The said Janu and Sumandalas sent their army along with their ministers namely Shoorabahu and Ghatodaras, Their army was abolished and breaked by Mukthaka in a second of time, This matter heard by the said Janu and Sumandalas become angry and they prepared to conduct war along with Mukthaka Rushi personally and the battle going on strongly, In this said war Mukthaka defeated by them. All the weapons held by Mukthaka was became no use and useless, The defeated person in the war Mukthaka prayed with the Parvathi, in a second of time the said Parvathi, came out from the Yagnakunda. The Janu and Sumandalas were able to get a blessings (Vara) from Brahma which well Known to the Parvathi that they taken this blessings from Brahma that their deaths were not be happened with any weapons and Parvathidevi killed them on her sixth sence and observed for completion of the Yaga, with this the said Mukthaka Rushi became very happy and he used the word of O Jaganmathe, Nimishambha, due to this Nimishambha name came to Parvathidevi.

Festivals and Utsavas

Shree Nimishambha Jayanthi Mahotsava

Jayanthi mahotsava will be held on Vaishaka Shudha Dashami day in every year. On this day Ganapathi Homa, Nimishambha Homa, Mruthyunjaya Homa, Lakshminaryana Homa are been rendered in the temple. Abhisheka Pooja with 108 kalasa to main diety Sri Nimishambha, Mukthikeshwara Swamy and narayana swamy. After Abhisheka, Maha-nivedhane and Mahamangalarathi will be performed as per temple rituals. In the evening, Shree Nimishambha Devi, Moukthikeswara and Narayanaswamy Utsava will be held rituously.

Durga Homa

Durga Homa is being held by chanting moolamantra of Goddess Durga for 1008 times. Similarly, Japa is done by chanting the moolamantra for 108 times. (i.e. 1/10 part of Durga Homa Moolamantra). Aachamana, Devata Praarthane, Mahasankalpa, Ganapati Pooje, Punya, Kalasha Pooje, Durga Homa & Paayasam Offerings are also done. This is followed by the Poornahuthi after which Prasadam is distributed among the devotees.

Navaratris

Durga pooja by kalasa stapane with devi paarayana in the morning as well as in the evening, by chanting 700 slokas of devi as laid down in Markandeya Purana. Payasa Nivedhane will be offered to Goddess on this special occassion. On Durgastami day, Chandi Homa will be rendered with Poornavathi & Maha Naivedya Seva. Chandika Homa, by Chandi Parayana and Payasa Homa rituals. Ayudha Pooja, Saraswathi Pooja are being rendered and on Vijayadashami day, special Pooja, rituals are rendered in the temple.

In every year Shivaratri, Ugadi, Ganesha Chaturthi, Deepavali festival days, Special Pooja, Parayana, Naivedya will be rendered to Goddess Nimishambha as per Hindu religion rituals.

*On every Full Moon, free meals will be provided to all the devotees.

*Usually, people donate a saree whenever their wishes are fulfilled here.


Tips

When you go there for a visit, forget not to carry a couple of lemons which the priests over there keep it on ‘Sri Chakra’ and perform pooja. Then they will return it back to you, which is believed to bring in good things to a devotee’s life. It is suggested by priests that you can either keep those lemons in the praying room of your home for a certain number of days and then drop them in flowing fresh water or consume the lemons as juice. 

Temple timings 

  • Maha Naivedhya: Afternoon 12:00 PM
  • Pradoshakaala Abhisheka : 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM ( Excluding Sunday, Friday, Hunnime, Amavase and Government Holidays)
  • Special Days : 4:00 AM to 6:30 AM
  • Darshana Timings : 6:30 AM to 8:30 PM
  • Abhisheka Timings : 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM
  • Every Mahe Pournami :  - 5:00 AM to 8:30 AM

*a special entrance ticket of 20 rs and it was very fast.


Operational Hours

January to December
Monday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Tuesday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Wednesday 06:30 AM - 06:30 AM
Thursday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Friday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Saturday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Sunday 06:30 AM - 08:30 PM
Last Admission 08:20 PM

Things to carry

  • id card
    Id card
  • camera
    camera
  • selfi stick
    Selfi stick
  • water bottle
    Water bottle
  • sunglasses
    Sunglasses
  • medicine
    Medicine
  • sun cream
    Sunscreen
  • power bank
    Power Bank
  • Food or Snacks
    Food or Snacks

Things Not Allowed

  • no alcohol
    alcohol
  • no weapons
    Weapons
  • no pets
    Pets
  • no skate board
    Skate board
  • no smoking
    Smoking
  • no wifi
    Wifi
  • no plastic bag
    Plastic Bag

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  • bus stop
    Bus Stop
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