Puja and Arti: Worship is performed every morning and evening. The timing varies according to the season and times of sunrise and sunset. Devotees interested in performing morning puja/ pakshaal should call Siddhachalam in advance.
Siddhachalam welcomes everyone. The rules prescribe strict vegetarian diet prepared by our priest-cook and total prohibition on use of tobacco, smoking, alcohol, and drugs. The Siddhachalam kitchen serves free meals at set times for breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the year.
There are several cottages at Siddhachalam which provides a facility for overnight stay for those who wish to perform morning pujas or attend shibirs or spiritual retreats.
Every year during the months of late spring, summer, and early autumn, monks and nuns visit Siddhachalam to worship as well as lecture and teach. Siddhachalam also organizes shibirs which are conducted by monks, nuns, and other teachers. See section on Forthcoming Events for information on upcoming events.
Siddhachalam is your Tirth. Please come and experience the peace and tranquility of this wonderful place.