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Sri Balaji-Karthikeyan temple
 
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Moolavar: Lord Muruga, Lord Venkatesa Perumal
  Urchavar: -
  Amman / Thayar: Valli, Deivanai
  Thala Virutcham: -
  Theertham: -
  Agamam / Pooja : -
  Old year: 1000-2000 years old
  Historical Name: -
  City: Seminary Hills
  District: Nagpur
  State: Maharashtra
 
     
Singers:
     
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 Festival:
     
  Skanda Sashti, Sankatahara Chaturthi, Rahukala puja, Vennaikappu – applying butter on the Lord – Naga Chaturthi, Pradosham, Ekadasi and a 15 day festival for Lord Balaji commencing 15 days before the Chitra Poornima day with flag hoisting on the first day and special pujas on the following days are celebrated in the temple.  
     
 Temple's Speciality:
     
  Lord Balaji and Lord Muruga grace from an Ekadala Vimana (single petal vimana) in a 3 tier arrangement in the temple.  
     
Opening Time:
   
  The temple is open from 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.  
   
Address:
   
  Sri Balaji Karthikeyan Temple, Seminary Hills, Nagpur district, Maharashtra state.  
   
Phone:
   
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 General Information:
     
  There are shrines around the corridor – prakara – for Ganapathy, Navagrahas the nine planets, Sreema Durgambika, Sarparaja, Sheetala Matha, Mahashiva, Jaiveer Hanuman and Maha Sastha.
 
     
Prayers
    
  Devotees pray to the Lords in the temple for removal of obstacles in marriage talks, for child boon and for excellence in academic activities.
Prayer mode: Maha Ganapathi Homa on Sankatahara Chaturthi days, Sahasranama archana, special abishek to Lord Muruga and His weapon Vel on Sashti days, Rahukala puja for Sree Durgambika at Rahukala time on Fridays, evening archanas for Sani Baghwan (Saturn) on Saturdays, archana for Lord Dakshinamurthy on Thursdays, applying butter to Sri Hanuman are regularly followed in the temple.
Naga puja to Sarparaja on Naga Chaturthi, Shivarchana on Pradosha days, Tirumanjanam to Lord Balaji on Ekadasi days and Vishnu Sahasranama Archana to Lord Balaji are also followed promptly. The puja expenses are contributed by the devotees.
 
    
Thanks giving:
    
  Devotees perform abishek for Lord and Mother and offer new vastras. 
    
 Greatness Of Temple:
     
  The temple is built in a 3 tier pattern with Ekadala Vimana for Lord Balaji and Lord Muruga. The Maha Mandap is 60 feet long. There two peacocks (vehicle of Lord Muruga) before Lord Muruga. He graces from the upper sanctum sanctorum with His consorts Valli and Deivanai. The idol is three feet tall.
Lord Venkatesa graces from the sanctum sanctorum below. He is 6 feet tall. The traditional umbrella and Sadari (having the feet symbols of Lord Vishnu) were brought from Tirupati after performing the pujas. The temple is managed by a team Skanda Samaj.
 
     
  Temple History:
     
  Tamilians living in Modhibag Railway colony in Nagpur installed a Vel, the weapon of Lord Muruga and built a small temple. Due to land problem, the temple was built in a higher level place called Seminary hills. Local saits helped in the project. The idols of Lord Muruga, Valli and Deivanai were brought from Tamilnadu and installed in the temple.
The saits of the place wanted to build a temple for Lord Balaji and as requested by them, it was decided to have Lord Balaji in the ground floor and Lord Muruga in the upper floor. Some engineers offered free service in drawing out the plan for the temple.
The temple was built according to Sastras with Vimanas and other deities installed as per Agama rules. The consecration was performed in the year 1975. A Rajagopuram (Main tower) was built in the year 2005 installing more deities.
 
     
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