There is no strict dress code. However, short or revealing clothes are generally frowned upon. We encourage our visitors/ devotees to wear clothes like Suit/ Saree/ Trousers/ Lungi as they’re visiting a place of worship.
While entering the temple premises, one should always remove their footwear. It is not only a sign of respect, but it is also believed that removing one’s footwear outside means forgetting the outside world and all the materialistic desires that come with it.
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Do and Don’ts
Like every other place of worship, Sri Mandir also has certain guidelines that the devotees are encouraged to follow while they are visiting the temple.
Things/ activities prohibited inside the temple premises:
- Footwear, hats/ caps
- Use of mobile phones
- Consumption of food/ drinks
- Smoking, alcohol, or drugs
- Non-vegetarian food
Guidelines to be followed:
- Proper attire (Please go through the dress code of the temple) while visiting the temple.
- Observe/ maintain silence so as not to disturb the serenity of the place of worship.
- Place/ leave your footwear in the designated area. Please do not scatter them.
- Keep the premises clean at all times and ensure that you don’t litter and encourage others to do the same.
- Do not touch/ pluck the flora in the gardens.
- Please do not damage temple property and use the amenities/ facilities properly.
- Vehicles should always be parked in the designated parking areas.
For further clarifications or queries, please contact the temple staff and help us maintain the decorum of the temple by adhering to the above-mentioned guidelines.
Hare Krishna, Hare Rama
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama
Rama Rama Hare Hare
श्याम रसिया मेरे मन बसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया| भीलनी के बेर सुदामा के तंदुल
तुम बड़े प्रेम से पाओ रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||1||
ब्रज मण्डल गोपिन के घर घर माखन चुराये के पायो रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||2||
राधा रानी के अधरन धरी औरहूं सरस बनाओ रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||3||
ऐसे पाओ ऐसे पवाओ की सब अमृत बन जाये रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||4||
फिर भी जो भी या प्रसाद को पावे सोई तेरो बन जाये रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||5||
मीरा के प्रभु गिरिधर नागर और न् अधिक तरसाओ रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||6||
आओ रसिया आ जाओ रसिया बिप्र का भोग लगाओ रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||7||
अब और न् अधिक तरसाओ रसिया मोहि आकर दरश दिखाओ रसिया रूचि रूचि भोग लगाओ रसिया ||8||
Bhur Bhuvah Svah
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi
Dhiyo Yo nah Prachodayat
Considered to be one of the oldest forms of medicinal science, Ayurveda is also known as “the science of life”. It has been taught and studied by various scholars and their disciples since old age.
Ayurveda is guided by the phrase, “Prevention is better than cure”. It encourages the maintenance of one’s health by focusing on maintaining balance in life, thoughts, lifestyle, diet and encourages the use of herbs to treat ailments.
Body, mind, and consciousness work together to maintain this balance. According to Ayurveda, the whole cosmos including the human mind, body, and spirit is an interplay of energies of five elements, namely, Air, Water, Fire, Earth, and Space. It is believed that one’s health can be maintained by understanding and balancing these five elements. Its main goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle rather than to fight diseases.