This place is very important “Darshaneeya Kshetra”. The Padukas of Sri Nrisimha Saraswathi Swamy which are worshipped in this temple is brownish-Red in color. It is not known if they are made of stone or wood. When touched they feel soft, like the limbs of a human body. They were left here by Sri Nrisimha Himself before He left for Kardali Van near Srisailam. Kardali Van was the place Sri Nrisimha left His earthly body and merged with the Parabrahm.
This place is very important “Darshaneeya Kshetra”. Ganagapur Dattatreya is a very holy place and rich in culture, tradition which is followed by many people around the world as Guru Sthanam. Reason behind worshipping Guru Dattatreya is, if you want to follow Vishnu tradition you will be going to Vishnu Temples, If you want to follow Shankara you will be following Shiva Temples, But if you follow Guru Dattatreya you will be following everyone – Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara as per Guru Charitra.
It stands on the banks of the river Bhima in Afzalpur taluka of Gulbarga district in Karnataka. The Nirguna Math (Datta Temple) located here is adorned with the Nirguna Padukas of Sri Narasimha Saraswati Swami. The water of the rivers Bhima and Amaraja, especially at the spot of their confluence, are considered extremely holy.
3:00 AM – 9:00 PM
02.:30 AM to 03:00 AM Kakad Aarti
03:00 AM to 05:00 AM Various pujas and Laghu Rudrabhishek
05:00 AM to 06:00 AM Mahapuja and Paduka Pujan
06:00 AM to 06:30 AM Guru Aarti (Paduka Aarti)
06:30 AM to 07:00 AM Panchamrut Distribution
07:00 AM to 11:30 AM Rudrabhishekam – Laghu Rudra Abhishekam
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM Maha Mangala Aarti , maha Naivedyam
12:30 PM to 02:00 PM Devotee’s Puja
02:00 PM to 02:30 PM Paduka Puja and Chintamani Ganpati Puja
07:30 PM to 08:15 PM Maha Mangal Aarti
08:15 PM to 08:45 PM Palkhi Seva
09:00 PM to 09:30 PM Shejaarti and temple closing
(Note: Timings may change a little on festivals and holidays)
Ganagapur is 40 Km away from Gulbarga, Karnataka. It is well connected by Road and Rail to all major cities.
The Railway Station at Ganagapur is called as Ganagapur Road. From ‘Railway Station Ganagapur Road’ to Ganagapur town, where Viswaroopa Datta Kshetram is situated is around 20 minutes journey by road. Ganagapur Datta Temple is situated at 21 KMs from ‘Ganagapur Road’ (Railway station name on Central Railway) in Karnataka.
Ganagapur is well connected by Road to all major cities.
In order to reach Ganagapur, you have to reach Gulbarga, Karnataka. From Gulbarga ↔ Ganagapur, Karnataka State Buses are providing transportation services. For both TO and FRO Journey KSRTC, APSRTC Buses are available for every half an hour to Hyderabad, Bangalore and other major Cities.
Sri Kshetra Ganagapura has now got a wide variety of Accommodation Facilities to suit your Comfort and also the budget. One may opt for any of the Dharamshalas (Chatram) near the Dattatreya Temple (only with Basic Facilities) with Nominal Charges or Good Lodges with A/c or Non A/c Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms or even Suite Rooms. Lodging Facilities are available with Single Beded, Double Beded and Family Rooms with all amenities like Soft Beds, Television, Hot Water, Indian and Western Toilets etc and also Sufficient Space for Car Parking. Many Ashramas on the Sangam Road also provide Accommodation with Basic Facilities.
Sri Devi Navaratra and Dussehra
Naraka Chaturdashi and Diwali
Sri Dattatreya Navaratra and Magha Utsav
Shri Datta Jayanti & Pournami Rathotsav
Shri Narasimha Swaraswati Jayanti
Kartika Masam & Kartika Pournima
Shripada Shri Vallabha Swami Jayanti
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