Mahakumbhabhishekam of Sri Medha Dakshinamurti & Sri Kalyana Subrahmanya Swami temples


There are two temples at the Gurukulam, one for Sri Medha Daksinamurti and the other for Sri Kalyana Subramanya Swami. All traditional pujas are done with shraddha and bhakti in our temples. With the blessings of Isvara and Pujya Swamiji, the much needed renovation and re-consecration of both the temples are being undertaken under the guidance of Sri Swami Omkarananda.

As a preparatory step in the Mahakumbhabhishekam process, a Balalayam  has been set up on 30th November, 2017.  The renovation (Thiruppani) of Kumbhabhishekham is progressing well.Kumbhabhishekham, scripturally known as Prana-Prathistha, which is done according to Agamic tradition involves significant rituals like Anujna, Ankurarpanam, Kala-Akarshanam, Yagashala rituals, Ashtabandanam and Kumbhabhishekham. The Mahakumbhabhishekam is scheduled for 17th June, 2018.

We invite you to participate in this auspicious activity and earn the grace of Sri Medha Dakshinamurti and Sri Kalyana Subrahmanya Swami and their parivara-devatas.


13th June 2018 Wednesday 9.00 am  to  11.30 am
05.30 pm to 07.30 pm
Purvanga Puja
14th June 2018 Thursday 9.00 am to 11.30 am
05.30 pm to 07.30 pm
Purvanga Puja


15th June 2018




9.00 am to 11.30 am Vighneswara Puja, Punyaha-vacanam, Agni-sangrahanam, Tirtha-sanghrahanam, Yagasala
05.30 pm to 08.30 pm Vigneswara Puja, Punyaha-vacanam, Mrt-sangraganam, Ankura-arpanam, Raksabandhanam, Kumbh-alankarah, Kalakarsanam, Yagasala-pravesah, Prathama-kala-yaga-puja, Purna-ahutih, Dipa-aradhana, Prasada-viniyogah
16th June 2018 Saturday 08.30 am to 11.30 am Dvitiya-kala-yaga-puja, Purna-ahutih, Dipa-aradhana, Prasada-viniyogah
05.30 pm to 08.30 pm Trtiya-kala-yaga-puja, Purna-ahutih, Dipa-aradhana, Prasada-viniyogah





17th June 2018







07.00 am Turiya-kala-yaga-puja
08.30 am Bimba-suddhiraksha-bandhanam,


09.30 am Purna-ahutih, Dipa-aradhana Ghato-dvasanam, Pradakshina-kramena-mulalaya-pravesah
10.15 am Vimana-kumbhabhisekah
10.45 am Mulalaya-kumbhabhisekah, Mahabhisekah(at Sri Kalyana Subramanya Temple), Alankarah, Maha-dipa-aradhana, Prasada-viniyogah
04.00 pm Maha-abhisekah (at Sri. Medha Dakshinamurti Temple),Alankarah, Maha-dipa-aradhana,


• Mandala Puja commences with Mahabishekah on 17.06.2018 and culminates on 26.07.2018 with Mandalabishekam on 26.07.2018

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Thiruppani (Renovation)

Renovation progress report as on 15th March

The Balalayam of the temples at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam was conducted with religious fervour on the 30th November’2017. Subsequently the Thiruppani (Renovation) of the Temples was started on the 8th of January 2018 by the Sthapathis. The status of the renovation is briefly presented below:

1. Sri Jnana Ganapati Temple:

The new vimanam has been constructed subsequent to the complete dismantling of the old one. The plastering of the vimanam has since been completed and is awaiting the construction of figurines(images) on the vimanam. After curing of the plaster, the painting of the vimanam shall commence by 20th March’2018.

2. Sri Medha Dakshinamurti Temple:

The new vimanam has been constructed subsequent to the complete dismantling of the old one. The plastering of the vimanam is in progress and then the construction of figurines(images) on the vimanam is planned. After curing of the plaster, the painting of the vimanam shall commence.

3. Sri Narmadeshwar Temple:

The new vimanam has been constructed subsequent to the complete dismantling of the old vimanam. The plastering of the vimanam is in progress and thenceforth the construction of figurines(images) on the vimanam is planned. After curing of the plaster, the painting of the vimanam shall commence.

4. Sri Jnaneshwari Temple:

The project envisages the expansion of the sannidhi as the existing sannidhi had constraints of space hampering ease of doing daily pooja rituals, Abhishekam etc. This requires the dismantling of the front portion of stone masonary of the sannidhi , moving it forward after filling in the expanded space with stone work. At present the extension of the sannidhi is almost complete. The old vimana has been dismantled and shall be reconstructed after the sannidhi stone work is completed. This new project which was not earlier scheduled is likely to cost Rs. 5.50 lakhs.

5. Sri Kalyana Subramanya Swami Temple:

The repairs to the vimana have been completed. Repairs to the Mandapam ceiling has now been completed and painting of the Vimana and Maha-mandapam is in various stages of completion. Civil works on the top surface of the mandapam with water proofing have been completed. Granite slab is yet to be positioned on the Brahmarandhra opening in the sannidhi.

It is anticipated that the work of the Sthapathi team will be completed by April 30, 2018, after which the other civil works projects will continue and is expected to be completed in time for the Kumbhabhishekam.

Renovations added after Initial Appeal

1 Levelling of area between the Mandapas –


The floor between the Daksinamurti Mandapam and the Yagasala Mandapam is being brought to the same level as the Mandapams to facilitate movement of devotees and priests. It is planned to be re-laid with concrete to bring the level of the pathway on the same level as the two Mandapams.

1.20 lakhs
2 All-weather covered Pradaksina path around Sri Jnana Ganapati Sannidhi and Sri Medaha Daksinamurti Sannidhi –


The Parikrama path around Sri Jnana Ganapati Sannidhi and Sri Medha Daksinamurti Sannidhi will be covered to protect devotees from rain/ sun while during Pradakshina. The plan envisages providing arched poly-carbonate sheets over metal trusses with metal support posts on either side of the pathway. Poly-carbonate is long lasting and also permits light through.

7.50 lakhs
3 As per the requirements of the Agama sastras, the Sri Nandikeswara presently close to the Sri Narmadeshwara Sannidhi is to be moved a further eight feet away and positioned in the present Pradosha Mandapam.


This necessitates the inclusion of that portion of the Pradosha Mandapam within the temple premises with a gate. The remaining portion of the Pradosha Mandapam is to be protected with a grill and secured with another gate. A ramp is also planned at the entry gate of Pradosha Mandapam to facilitate elderly and differently-abled devotees.

3.00 lakhs
4 In order to maintain continuity in the floor level between the Sri Narmadeshwar premises and the Pradosha Mandapam, it is planned to fill the gap with RCC and also provide a RCC cantilever platform extending in the north south direction at a height of about two meters, which will enable creation of spaces under the beam that could be used for storage as well as for a Prasadam-distribution counter during festivals. 3.50 lakhs
5 To prevent the entry of birds and animals to the Homa Mandapam, it is now planned to provide Stainless steel mesh with frame on the outer walls. Two heavy-duty Aluminium frame sliding doors will provide convenient entry and exit from the Homa Mandapam. 2.80 lakhs
6 The Madapalli (Temple kitchen) and storage room at the Temple complex needs to be provided with additional shelves for storage and the walls of the rooms repainted. Similarly, the Homa Manadapam needs renovation of both interior, exterior and the terrace. 2.20 lakhs
7 For the Mahakumbhabishekam Yagasala (15 kundas) the existing open air platform opposite the Lecture Hall is to be extended by about 10 feet in breadth and 6 feet in length, by creating a brick walled enclosure of same height as the existing platform , then filled with sand to level it up. 0.85 lakhs
8 The existing kalashas, brass fittings, Temple bell in the different Sannidhis are to be cleaned and electroplated. The wooden doors also are in need of repairs. 1.62 lakhs
9 Expansion of Sri Jnanaesvari Sannidhi 5.5 lakhs
10 Waterproofing of Sri. Kalyan Subrahmanya Swami temple Mandapam. 1.1 lakhs
11 The area around the Sri. Kalyan Subrahmanya Swami temple is to be protected by a wall to prevent the entry of wild-boars, goats, sheep etc. 2.8 lakhs
12 The re-electrification of the Temple complex with better illumination and wiring. 1.30 lakhs
13 The renovation of the 60 steps leading to the Sri Kalyana Subramanya Swami temple (fully sponsored by a devotee).


An Appeal

We welcome your contributions towards the renovation and the re-consecration activities.

Renovation Cost Estimates

Title Estimate
Sri Jnana Ganapati Sannidhi 8,80,000
Sri Medha Dakshinamurti Sannidhi – Vimanam and Sanctum 17,00,000
Sri Medha Dakshinamurti Mandapam 16,50,000
Sri Narmadeshvara Sannidhi 7,30,000
Sri Jnaneshvari Sannidhi – Vimanam and Sanctum 5,30,000
Sri Jnaneshvari Mandapam (Yagashala) 2,50,000
Sri Kalyana Subrahmanya Sannidhi 10,08,300
Temple Amenities 3,50,000
Homa-dravya Storage Area 1,00,000


Kumbhahishekham Cost Estimates

Title Estimate
Balalayam 8,00,000
Ashtabandanam (Silver) 6,00,000
Ashtakaalapuja at 15 homa-kundas (Rs. 25000/- per kunda per kaalaa 30,00,000
Shamiana (Pandal) 2,00,000
Audio and Video Coverage 2,50,000
Mangalavadyam 50,000
Pushpalankaram 1,25,000
Annadanam 10,00,000
Athithi Satkara 2,00,000
Prasadam for Donors & Devotees 12,00,000
Brochures, Invitations and Mailing 1,00,000
Mandalabhishekham [@Rs. 18000/- per day] for 45 days 8,10,000


Kumbhahishekha Prasadam

The holy water in these kalasas which has been blessed with chants and homas will offered to the deities during Kumbhabhishekam. One of these kalasas will be given to you after the function so that a part of this ceremony remains with you forever. Please contribute generously and earn the grace of Isvara.

Donation Prasadam
Rs. 5,00,000 Silver Kalasam, Gold Coin, Rudraksha mala, Kumbhabhisheka Prasada Bag
Rs. 1,00,000 Silver Kalasam, Silver Coin, Rudraksha Mala, Kumbhabhisheka Prasada Bag
Rs. 50,000 Silver coated Copper Kalasam, Silver Coin, Rudraksha Mala, Kumbhabhisheka Prasada Bag
Rs. 25,000 Copper Kalasam, Silver coin, Rudraksha mala, Kumbhabhisheka Prasada Bag
Rs. 10,000 Brass Kalasam, Silver Coin, Rudraksha mala, Kumbhabhisheka Prasada Bag
Rs. 5,000 Brass Kalasam & Kumbabhisheka Prasada Bag

Please contribute generously and earn the grace of Isvara. Contributions of any other sums are also welcome. We will render receipt and appropriate Kumbhabhisheka Prasadam. In case of requirement of 80-G exemption for your donation please contact us.

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