Government Of Karnataka

SRI RANGANATHASWAMY TEMPLE, SRIRANGAPATNA

HINDU RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS & CHARITABLE ENDOWMENTS DEPARTMENT


SL No. Seva / Pooja Name Performed To Seva Charges Rs.
1 Thulasi Archane Shri Ranganatha Swamy 10/-
2 Kunkumarchane Shri Ranganayaki Amma 10/-
3 Sahasranamarchane Shri Ranganatha Swamy and Shri Ranganayaki Amma 20/-
4 Vasthra Kanike 20/-
5 Nagha Kanike 20/-
6 Nivedana Kanike 20/-
7 Muladevara Abhisheka* 1000/-
8 Ammanavara Abhisheka* 200/-
9 Utsavara Abhisheka* 200/-
10 Suttlagudi Abhisheka* Venkataramana Swamy, Shri Ranganayaki Amma, Shree Anjaneya, Shree Garuda and Shree Narasimha Swamy) 100/-
11 Chathurveedi Uthsava* Shri Ranganatha Swamy 150/-
12 Prakarotsava* Shri Ranganatha Swamy 100/-
13 Vasanthosava* 80/-
14 Shikyothsava* 50/-
15 Sannidhimantapothsava* 100/-
16 Rathosavada Mantaposava* 100/-
17 Rangamuddi Mantaposava* 100/-
18 Adyanosava* 50/-

* Price exclusive of pooja items and labours.


  • A view of the Hoally Gateway, Srirangapatnam, where Tipu Sultan was killed. Illustration by Thomas Sydenham, c.1799

  • A flintlock blunderbuss, built for Tippu Sultan in Seringapatam in 1793-94. Tippu Sultan used many Western craftsmen, and this gun reflects the most up-to-date technologies of the time.

  • Cannon used by Tippu Sultan's forces at the battle of Seringapatam 1799

  • Bernard Cornwell's Sharpe's Tiger & Wilkie Collins' The Moonstone includes a prologue that takes place during the battle of Srirangapatna, entitled "The Storming of Seringapatam (1799),"

  • The Srirangapatana Fort.

  • Tipu's Tiger or Tippoo's Tiger is an 18th century automaton or mechanical toy created for Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore in India.