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    Hasanamba temple opening date 2022 | Hasanamba Temple Darshan Timings 2022 | Hasanamba Temple Story in Brief

    Hassanamba Temple will be Open from 13th October 2022 to 27th October 2022. This time the doors of the sanctorum of the temple will be opened for 15 days. Due to Solar eclipse on 25th October, devotees will be given 12 Days opportunity to have a darshan of the mother Hasanambe.

    Hasanamba Temple 2022 Open Dates:

    from 13th October 2022 to 27th October 2022.

    Hasanamba Temple 2022 Open Timings for Darshan:

    will be open for 24 hours except Puja Timings, Eclipse Day Time, Opened Day & Last Day.

    View Complete Details of Hasanamba Temple Timings 2022

    For the last two years, the Hasanamba fair was celebrated simply because of the Covid 19 issue. This time the district administration has made all arrangements to celebrate the fair in a grand manner.

     

    Hasanamba Temple will be opened from October 13, 2022. Like every year, this time also devotees can get a glimpse of the deity. The temple will be open for a total of 12 days. The doors of Hassanambe are opened on the first Thursday of Shukla Paksha of the month of Ashvija, and the doors of the sanctum are ritually opened on the day after Balipadyami. In this case the District Collector along with the local representatives will be present during the opening and closing of the doors. In the last two years many provisions were put in place for the devotees due to the corona virus (Covid 19). This time, the Jatra Mahotsav of Hasanambe Devi will be held in a grand manner.

     

    Talking about this, local BJP MLA Preetham Gowda said, like every year, the doors of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple will be opened for 15 days. There is no entry for devotees on the first and last day and on the solar eclipse day of October 25th. He said that for the next 12 days, the devotees will be given an opportunity to have darshan of the mother.

     

    This time a grand celebration

     

    For the last two years, the Hasanamba fair was celebrated simply because of the Covid background. MLA Pritam Gowda said that this time the district administration has made all arrangements to celebrate the fair in a grand manner.

     

    A meeting will be held with district in-charge minister K. Gopalaiah and the district collector regarding the celebration of the fair. All the representatives including MPs, MLCs are invited to the meeting. Pritangowda informed.

     

    Invitation to all dignitaries

     

    Pritam Gowda said that all dignitaries of the state including CM Basavaraj Bommai, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, former CM BS Yeddyurappa will be invited to the Hasanamba Jatra celebration.

     

     

    Hasanamba temple history

     

    Around the 12th century, when Sri Krishna Naikaru, the Channapattan palagar of Hassan, was traveling, the goddess appeared in the form of Adisakti Swarupini in the middle of the route. At this time, she will reside here in the form of the Hutta. As if she instructed to build a temple. Accordingly Shri Krishna Naikaru built a temple for the goddess.

     

    According to Mahabharata Purana (According to Mahabharata)

     

    Mahabharata Arjuna's grandson Janamejaya lived here during his cursed days. Then this place was called Simhasanapuri. Later Simhasanapura is believed to have come to mean Hassan from Adu Mati. Also in Puranas there are references about Simhasanapuri i.e. Hassan.

     

     

    Simhasanapuri i.e. Hasana is described as the place where the seven matriarchs Vaishnavi, Indrani, Maheshwari, Kumari, Brahmidevi, Varahi and Chamundi decided to settle down due to the beauty of nature when they traveled south from Varanasi. Among them, Vaishnavi, Kumari, Maheshwari resided in Hasanamba Temple in the form of Hutta and Brahmidevi resided in Kenchamma's Hoskote. There is a legend that other deities like Chamundi, Varahi and Indrani settled near Devigere in the central part of the city. 

     


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