Festival - Navratrotsav
Navratri festival of The King of Deccan Shri Jyotiba is different from other gods and goddesses. It has the basis of spirituality and Holy Books. The different Mahapoojas in Sohan Lotus Petals are built in this Navratri at Jyotiba Mountain. Each of these petals has great importance. Three of the five petals show the Triadic incarnation of Jyotiba. The following two petals are the bifoliate of the lotus flower. This Saguna and Nirguna are the symbol of mind. It is said in mythology that Shri Kedarnath gives a gold lotus to worship in Kamalbhairav Navratrotsav Festival from Kashi. On this basis, these Mahapoojas are building with cloths of colorful lotus cloths. In a pleasant atmosphere on the first day of this festival, the rituals of the establishment of a Ghat takes place in the main temple with tunes of instruments like Tutari, Dhol, Sanai, Shing and Tasha. During the Navaratri, Jyotiba's Jagar is on the seventh day. Two lakh devotees come to the mountain on the Jagar Day. The temple is open all night on this day. As a symbol of freedom, The Mahapooja of Jyotiba is built in the sitting form of The King of Deccan in Sohan Lotus Flower. Various religious programs are organized in the main temple during Jagaran. On the day of Khandenavami, The programs like solemnity of Palanquin, lighting up of lamps, and raising the Ghats are organized. On the day of Vijaya Dashmi (Dasara), Shree's unique Mahapooja is built in Ambari. This pooja is built once in the year. At the south door in the evening at around 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 pm., there is a celebration of the Simollanghan. Lalit celebration completes the Navaratrostav on the Jyotiba Mountain. Shree's Garudarudh Mahapuja is built on this day. There are various religious events throughout the night at the temple. The temple is kept open for darshan all night.