Arati & Darshan Timings

Arati is an offering of respect, welcome, or worship to an exalted person. Since the most exalted person is the Supreme Lord, it is most appropriate to offer arati to Him. Arati is one aspect of Deity worship. During arati, auspicious items are offered to the Deity.
Mangla Arati 5.00am to 5.30am
Sundara Srngara Arati 7.00am to 7.30am
Dhoopa Arati 8.30am to 8.45am
Raja Bhoga Arati 12 noon to 12.30pm
Dhoopa Arati 4.00pm to 4.30pm
Sandhya Arati 7.00pm to 7.30pm
Sayana Arati 8.45pm to 9.00pm
Darshan is a sanskrit word that means vision or view and is most commonly used in the context of Hindu worship. It can also be defined as an apparition, or a glimpse. One may seek and receive the darshan of a deity and upon sight that Darshan may invoke an immediate connection between that deity and the devotee. A Darshan can ultimately be described as an experience purposed on helping one focus and call out to his or her sense of spirituality.
Early Morning 5.00am to 5.30am
Morning 7.00am to 8.15am
Morning 8.45am to 11.30am
Afternoon 12 noon to 12.30pm
Late Afternoon 4.00pm to 6.30pm
Evening 7.00pm to 8.30pm
Night 8.45pm to 9.00pm