Sri Rangji Mandir is dedicated to Lord Sri Goda-Rangamannar. Goda or Andal as she is popularly known in South India was a famous 8th century Vaishnava saint who had composed "Tiruppuvai" which centers around her love for her beloved Lord Krishna and his leela bhoomi Vrindavan. She pines for him, fasts for him, sings songs in his praise and wants to attain him by marrying him. Lord Ranganatha who is none other than Krishna answers her prayers by becoming her bridegroom. In Sri Rangji Mandir, Lord Krishna is present as the bridegroom with a walking stick in his hand as is the custom in a traditional south Indian marriage. To his right is Andal and to his left Garuda, the vahana of Lord Krishna.   


Mangala Aarti and Vishwaroop Darshan 5.30 A.M.
Divya Aradhan 6.30-7.30 A.M.
Bhog and Prasad Distribution 8.00-9.00 A.M.
Darshan 11.30-12.00 noon
Darshan Close 12.00-3.00 P.M (winter)
11.00-4.00 P.M (Summer)
Evening Aarti 6.00-6.30 P.M (Winter)
6.30-7.00 P.M (Summer)
Evening Bhog and Prasad Distribution 7.00-7.30 P.M
Night Aradhan 7.30 P.M
Bhog 8.30-9.00 P.M
Darshan Closes 9.00 P.M