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Bharat a country that is famous for its tradition and culture. This country has followers of all the main religions like Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Isaai but this is a Hindu majority country, Temples are there in every corner of this country. All the temples have its own significance, some are known for their architecture, while others are known for their deities who has a powerful impact. There are 12 Jyotirlingas, 4 Dhamโ€™s and 51 Shaktipeethas in India. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh is one of the twelve jyotirlingas that attracts people from all over the world. Kashi, also known as Varanasi, is one of the world's oldest living cities. The Kashi Vishwanath devoted to Lord Shiva, who is both the creator, and the destroyer is the most powerful jyotirlinga among all. In this article we will know about the Aarti Timings of Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

Aarti Timings of Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Kashi Vishwanath Temple Aarti Timing:

The temple opens at 2:30 a.m. every day and various aarti are held into the temple regularly. The Mangala aarti is performed between 3 am to 4 am and from 11:15 am to 12:20 pm. The Bhoga aarti is performed. Sapta Rishi aarti is held from 7 pm to 8:15 pm, Shringar aarti is held between 9 pm to 10:15 pm and Shayana Aarti is performed from 10:30 pm to 11 pm. The temple opens at 2.30 am every day. The ideal months to visit the Kashi Vishwanath temple are between October and March. Any Devotee can attend any of the aartis at the temple at the given times. If you are not willing to attend any aarti, the ideal time to visit the temple is at 7 am in winter and from 12pm to 4 pm in summer since one can escape lengthy queues. Kashi Vishwanth Counter provides Sugam Darshan tickets at just three hundred Rs in normal times and for five hundred Rs in Shravan month and for 750 Rs on Mondays of Shravan.


Mangala Aarti:

Mangala Aarti is offered before sunrise between 3 am to 4 am every day. It is one of the major attractions of this temple because everyone who attends it, is allowed to offer prayers and go near the deity. Since all floral offerings are removed, the devotees can see the original Lingam in all its grandeur. The ritual is followed by Abhishekam, where the Lingam is again decorated with fresh garlands and flowers, After this prasad is distributed.


Sapta Rishi Aarti:

The Sapta Rishi Aarti is an ancient ritual dating back to more than 750 years. The seven Shastri/Pandit/Purohit each belonging to a different Gotra perform the Aarti simultaneously. It is believed that every evening, the Saptarishis come to perform Aarti to the lord Shiva, and hence this puja is conducted every evening around 7 pm.


Bhog Aarti

During afternoon, Bhog Aarti, a ritual where the bhog is offered to Lord Shiva amidst chanting of mantras. The Head Priest offers auspicious items to the lord Shiva.


Shringar Aarti

Shringar Aarti is the ceremonial worship of Lord Shiva that is performed between 9.00 pm to 10.15 pm every night where night meal is offered to Lord Shiva with the decoration of the Shivalinga. During this Aarti devotees are not allowed to come in proximity of Lingam and can stand outside. During this Priests rings the bells and blow the shankh (conch).


Our Views:

Varanasi also known as Kashi is one of the main tourist attraction in 2023 where more than 8 crore people visited Kashi and the significance of Baba Vishwanath temple is the best reason to attract tourists from all the corners of the world but people are unaware about the timings of this temple so we have explained all the details of Kashi and One can avail our services for a comfortable journey of Kashi. We will provide the best way to explore this divine city where Mahatarpan will provide from Hotel, Car, Guide and Priests for any Poojas.

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