Worship your ishta or Kula Daivam before you start of Srikalahasti
Concentrate on Lord Srikalahastheeswara Swami Varu and Ammavaru
Observe absolute silence and chant Om Namah sivaya
Respect ancient customs and usages while at Srikalahasti and promote religious sentiments amount co- pilgrims
Deposit your offerings in the Hundi only
Keep the temple clean and use Bio – degradable plastics.
Don’t carry Jewellery or cash with you
Don’t rush in for Darsana but take your chance in the queue
Don’t enter the temple for any purpose other than worshipping the Lord
Don’t enter temple, if according to custom or usage, you are prohibited to enter
Don’t waste water and electricity
Don’t allow strangers into the cottages and hand over keys to them
Don’t use non degradable plastics
Don’t wear foot wear in the temple premises
Smoking, Non – Vegetarian food, liquor or other intoxicants.
Approach of touts for accommodation, darshan and prasadam
Spurious prasadam from street vendors Beggary
Spit or commit nuisance in the premises of the temple
Practice of other religion
Political meetings, banners, dharnas, rastarokos, hertals
Slaughter, killing, maiming any animal/bird for any reason
Gaming with cards, dice, counts, money or other instruments of gaming.
Temple Provides Primary Health Care services (First Aid) at the temple administrative building and the Ambulance services to the Piligrims in case of Health Emergency.
Temple operates Free Bus to the piligrims from Temple to Railway Station and Bus-stand and vice-versa as a free service.
All the piligrims visiting Srikalahasti can utilize the free bus service.
Temple Provides Primary Health Care services (First Aid) inside the temple premisses.
Dharma Campaign Chariot:
Endowments Department, followed the orders of Andhra Pradesh Government, made chariots, and placed Sri Swamy, Ammavari and Rahu Ketu’s idols in the chariot. This chariot is sent to various parts of the state in order to distribute the information about the temple and Hinduism. This chariot is also being sent to other states during festivals.
Andhra Bank was set up at the southern gopuram with their courtesy to serve the devotees. This opportunity is being utilized by devotees.