Held once in 12 years. The next Kumbh Mela in Tribamkeshwar will be held in the year 2027. During the mela, large crowd of people are drawn to this place. The ritual involves a dip in the Godavari river at a predetermined time. The pilgrims then plunge into the river for cleansing their sins.
On the day of Gudi Padva which comes on the 1st day of the Chaitra month, there is a special puja at 5.00 am. In the evening there is procession of the deity. Apart from this Gudhees, pot fitted with flags, are hoisted.
During the month of Shravan, on the Nagapanchmi day and on Narali poornima (full moon day) the deity is adorned with beautiful ornaments. On new moon day a procession of oxen is taken through the city.
There is a special puja at 5.00 am and in the evening the deities are taken for crossing the boundary.
On Narakchaturthi day there is a special puja at 5.00 am. Laxmi Pooja is performed in the evening of Laxmipoojan day.
In the month of Kartik on three days i.e, on 13th, 14th and full moon day there is keertan in the temple. Trimbakraja is taken for a procession in a chariot to Kushavarta. On return from the procession the chariot of Trimbakraja is worshipped.
On the full moon day in the month of Falguni, Holikapoojan is done. The next day known as Dhoolivandan, the deity is decorated. On the Rangpanchami day, deity is ushered with colors.
5.30 am to 9.00 pm
Daily Puja Timings are as follows:
|07 .00 to 09.00 am
|19.00 to 21.00 pm
|15.30 to 17.00 pm
|Palkhi (Palanquin)* Every Monday