Hold Puja Camp Stay
Holding a Puja
Temples are open from morning to sunset every day, 365 days a year. One can visit Siddhachalam at any time for prayers and meditation. If you want to invite a group for a puja in a temple, please discuss it with the priest at Siddhachalam and complete a fill-in form. Note that Siddhachalam does not rent space. At the same time, it encourages yatris to perform group pujas if in homage to a Tirthankar or deity. Please do not make requests for holding social events at a temple.
Hold a Camp
Siddhachalam periodically holds camps and conferences. Please register your mailing address at the front desk on the second floor of Ahimsa Bhawan to be notified of our events. If you want to hold a camp, please discuss it with the priest at Siddhachalam and complete a fill-in form. While Siddhachalam does not rent space, camps that advance Siddhachalam’s goals and objectives and encourage respect for all faiths may be held at Siddhachalam, subject to compliance with ashram guidelines.
Siddhachalam has clean and simple cabins for short stay of yatris. Please stop by the front desk on the second floor of Ahimsa Hall (or at the office) to complete a fill-in form. Stay is subject to compliance with ashram guidelines, including strict rules regarding outside food, cooking, lighting a fire, smoking, drinking, music, etc.