Shravana mela is held every year during the Shravan month of the Hindu calendar, in the month of July- August. Pilgrims visit Sultangunj where Ganges flows. This mela is also known as Kanwar yatra as the pilgrims collect the holy Ganges water in pitchers. These pitchers are carried on their shoulders with a small bamboo pole known as Kanwar. Carrying the Kanwar, the devotees walk barefoot to cover a distance of 108 km from Sultangunj to Vaidyanath.
4 am to 3.30 pm
6 pm to 9 pm
Daily Puja Timings are as follows:
From 4 am to 3.30 pm there is Shodasphoachar followed by a break. Again the temple doors open at 6 pm for the Shringar Puja till 9 pm after which the temple doors are closed, except on religious occasions when the closing time is extended.