The Programme of Arati is in this order: First Shree Lakshmi Narayan, then Shree Ramnath, Shree Shanteri and then Shree Kamaksha. Aarti is shown to Shree Betal from Shree Ramnath chowk and to Shree Kalabhairav from Shree Kamaksha chowk after her Aarti.
At 6 p.m. there is "Dhunvall" i.e going round the temple with music of Dholki and Zaghant.
At 8 p.m. after necessary "Isharat" there is a programme of Purana, Kirtan, etc. At 8.30 night Arati Naivedya starts. After the Aarti of Shree Shanteri, Naivedya is distributed on Shree Ramnath chowk. But only if there is a Puja of Shree Shanteri, or if it is the panchami day, Naivedya is distributed on Shanteri chowk, and then on Ramnath chowk. After that Shree Kamaksha Aarti starts and Naivedya is distributed on the chowk. This was the usual custom. But nowadays since the number of devotee sevas like Puja, Palakhi, etc has increased largely, for the sake of convenience, only "Flower Prasad" is distributed on Shree Shanteri and Shree Kamaksha chowk and total "Naivedya Prasad" is distributed on Shree Ramnath chowk. One speciality of our Devasthan is that while distributing "Flower Prasad" the Purohit asks if there is any guest Kullavi i.e the one who is not a Kullavi of Shree Ramnath,if there is such a person, he is given the honour of being the first to receive "Prasad".
On Mondays, the flower bouquets of Shree Ramnath is auctioned. While Naivedya is being distributed, the "Devasthan Kalavanti" is used to sing "Zulvas" i.e hyms of Praising. Now since there are no kalavantis, Mahajans only sing these Zulvas.