Ten different sites have been made public this year. Chairman of the committee Prof. Shrikrishna Adhikari informed the RSS that the site of the incident was located at 11:46 am on Thursday. Since Chitra Nakshatra and Vaidhriti Yoga are performed on the day of Ghatsthapana, Ghatsthapana should be performed before 11:46 am by making peace of Chitra Nakshatra and Vaidhriti Yoga.
The flag-changing site will be held on September 8 at 11:56 AM. He informed that he should return to the west and change the flag. Pachali Bhairav Yatra will be held on Monday, September 10. Flowering has taken place on Tuesday. The flowering will be done in the evening and its site will not be required, said Chairman Prof Adhikari.
On the day of flowering, Tulja Bhavani is taken from the main temple to the main chowk of Hanumandhoka. Goats and calves are sacrificed on behalf of the state on the night of Maha Ashtami with Kalratri Puja by keeping Bhavani as a witness in Mulchowk. The site of Tulja Bhavani Yatra is at 7:11 am. Tulja Bhavani is stabilized at 8:44 am. The committee has stated that worship should be held on the night of Maha Ashtami on Wednesday.
Mahanavami festival is celebrated on Thursday, September 15. The Vijayadashami festival falls on Friday, September 15. The goddess, who has been worshiped since the day of Ghatsthapana, is scheduled to be immersed at 8:19 am.
On the day of Vijayadashami, the site at 10:02 am is auspicious for those looking for a site and getting vaccinated. The committee has stated that the vaccinated person should return first. From that day till the Kojagrat full moon, offerings of Durga Bhavani can be made.
On the day of Vijayadashami, Tulja Bhavani will be taken back to the main temple from the main chowk at 7:01 am. The committee has also removed the site where Tulja Bhavani will be stabilized at 8:32 am.
Khadga Yatra will also be held on this day. All sacrifices are performed on the full moon day of Ashwin Shukla on October 20. On the same night, Kojagrat Purni is celebrated.