The sevas and poojas that are a part of the Grishneshwar Temple rituals are:
|Mangal Arati||4 a.m.|
|Jalhari Sanghan||8 a.m.|
|Maha Prashad||12 p.m.|
|Jalhari Saghan||4 p.m.|
|Evening Aarti||7:30 p.m.|
|Night Aarti||10 a.m.|
- One can purchase the Abhishekam tickets right after entry into the temple. Also, one does not need make any bookings for the Abhishekam because one can perform it right away.
- If wants to participate in the Grishneshwar temple rituals on weekends, one should keep in mind the heavy rush that one might encounter. Hence, one should carefully plan the timings of the visit beforehand.
- According to customs, the Grishneshwar temple does not allow men to wear shirts/t-shirts and they can only wear dhotis/pants within the temple premises. We recommend both men and women to wear decent and preferably traditional clothes while visiting the temple. Morever, one must make sure not to carry any leather items inside the temple.
- The Grishneshwar temple ( also popular as Ghurmeshwar, Ghushmeswar, Kusumeswarar, and Grishneswara in Maharashtra) remains open for all days of the week from 5:30 AM to 9:30 PM. However, during the month of Shravan, the timings are 3:00 AM to 11:00 PM