Naga Devatha Temple Secunderabad:
Naga Devatha Temple in Secunderabad, Telangana is one of the oldest temples in the region and is popular among locals and tourists alike. With intricately carved idols and ancient architecture, this temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Nagamma. Devotees believe in her powers to fulfil their wishes and reduce problems with their horoscope like Naga Dosha (Sarpa Dosha). As a result, the temple has many visitors every day who offer special prayers in an attempt to please the goddess and seek her blessings.
Naga Devatha Temple Timings:
Temple opens everyday at 06:00 am and closes at 12:30 pm again opens at 05:00 pm and closes at 09:00 pm
Temple timings might be changed on the festival days and weekends.
History of Naga Devata Temple:
According to local legend, a British officer suddenly ordered his soldiers to demolish the Naga Devata temple immediately. On Friday, the temple was completely demolished in the personal presence of British officials. The following Friday a British officer, a pet dog and his horse were found dead in front of the shrine.
After 7 years, Sri Jayalakshmi Amma Gurudevata, a local resident of the area had her first vision of Naga Devi or Naga Devata in a terrifying scene. She regularly initiates Goddess Nagamata. After that, along with her close friends, relatives and family members started the construction of the first temple as per the orders of Naga Devatha. The military personnel were ordered to stop the work while the construction work was going on. They fenced off the area where the shrine was built. One day, a military guard on night duty had a vision of Naga Devatha. After that the construction work started again in full swing. Many British officers along with family members, relatives and close friends visit this temple regularly to rectify their mistake.
Festivals at Naga Devatha Temple:
Naga Panchami is the main festival celebrated in Nagamma temple. It is a traditional Indian festival held in July or August (according to the lunar calendar) to celebrate the worship of snakes by followers of the Hindu religion. Devotees participate in special prayers during this time and are known as Annadanam.
At Naga Devata temple Tripindi Shraddha Puja, Mahamrithunjay Jaap Havan Puja, Kalsarpa Shanti Puja and Narayan Nagabali Puja are performed religiously on all auspicious and festive days. The Naga Pournami festival is celebrated grandly. Different types of homams like Sri Sukta Homam, Maha Mrityunjaya Homam, Saraswati Homam, NavaGraha Homam, Maha Sudarshana Homam, Maha Devi Homam, Pitru Yajna, Gayatri Homam, Graha Shanti Homam are performed in this Kshetra. Pujas performed in this temple are Ganapati Puja, Saraswati Puja, Durga Puja, Subramanya Puja, Maha Lakshmi Puja, Shiva Shakti Puja, Sarva Aishwarya Puja, Gayatri Puja, Kali Puja and Nava Graha Puja.
Naga Devata Temple Location:
MCEME Rd, Ward No 7 Secunderabad,
Central Battery, Tirumalagiri,
Secunderabad, Telangana,500015, India
How to Reach Nagamma Temple:
Nagamma Temple in Secunderabad is easily accessible by using cab services, local buses are available from Secunderabad Bus Station or hiring private vehicles like autos or cabs.
Nearest Temples at Nagamma Temple Secunderabad:
Ujjain Mahankali Temple
Balkampet Yellamma Temple
SitaRam Bhag Temple
KarmanGhat Hanuman Temple
Sri RanganathaSwamy Temple
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