Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple, Prakasam

Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple, located in Santharavuru, Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh is dedicated to the deity Ramalingeswara (the Hindu god Shiva). The temple dates back to the Chola period (12th century AD). According to The Hindu the temple administrators claim that the temple has a bell that reverberates 108 times when struck once,and that there are only two such bells the other being at Kashi … Read more Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple, Prakasam

Gangamma Temple, Prakasam

Goddess Gangamma Temple is in the outskirts of Dhenuva Konda, Garlapadu village in Prakasam District of Andhra Pradesh, India. Sunday is preferable day to offer pooja in the temple. Goddess Gangamma is a powerful figure to the Yadava community. They celebrate Jatara for her on the full moon in April. During Jatara, the temple is decorated with a huge set of lighting. Devotees visit and pray to … Read more Gangamma Temple, Prakasam

Beeramgunta Poleramma Temple, Nellore

Beeramgunta Poleramma Temple is a re-established 200 years-old temple in the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, sacred to the goddess Poleramma. Poleramma is a pre-Vedic deity, who is predominantly worshipped in Andhra Pradesh, and a local form of Sakti. She is worshipped as Grama devata (goddess who protects the village). The new temple was established in the center of … Read more Beeramgunta Poleramma Temple, Nellore

Aretamma Temple, Nellore

The Aretamma Temple (also known as Arvetamma) is a Hindu temple in Veguru Village, Kovur Mandal, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India. Aretamma is worshiped as Grama devata (Goddess who protects Veguru village). She was born in a brahamana house. When counting rice one stone found in rice bag the stone called Aretamma. One day she said to him bramhana person build my temple in this village to place me … Read more Aretamma Temple, Nellore

Peddintlamma Temple, Krishna

Peddintlamma Temple is a Hindu pilgrimage center. It is located on the shores of Kolleru Lake in Kolletikota of Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh. During the 13th century, the temple was constructed by Eastern Ganga Dynasty Army General under the reign of a Suryavansha Vadiya king, Langula Narasimhadeva (Langula Gajapathi Raju) of Eastern Ganga Dynasty. Architecture Legend / Local stories Photo Gallery How to Reach: Address Kolletikota, Andhra Pradesh 521340 Contact Details … Read more Peddintlamma Temple, Krishna

Paritala Anjaneya Temple, Krishna

Paritala Anjaneya Temple is a temple residing statue of Lord Hanuman. The statue is the tallest one dedicated to Lord Hanuman in the world.It is located in the village of Paritala on NH-9, approximately 30 km from the city of Vijayawada, in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The statue was installed in the year 2003 and stands 135 feet (41 metres) tall. The statue … Read more Paritala Anjaneya Temple, Krishna

Ballasulamma temple, Krishna

The history of the famous Kallapalem Ballasulamma temple. Kallapalem is a small village in the Kalidindi Mandal of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh, India. The incident happened back 400 years. The northern part of an Indian family of Ramannna with two sons Pedda Ramanna and China Ramanna were living together. Cattle raising was their profession. The Pedda veranna is soft and China veranna is … Read more Ballasulamma temple, Krishna

Sri Vaikuntanatha Swamy Temple, Chittoor

Sri Vaikuntanatha Swamy Temple is a 500 year old Vaishnavite temple situated at Therani village in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu who is referred to as Vaikuntanatha. The temples was constructed during 16th Century on the banks of river Kushasthali. The temple is 5 km away from Nagari town and 50 km away from Tirupati city. The temple was built during 16th Century … Read more Sri Vaikuntanatha Swamy Temple, Chittoor

Ekam – The Oneness Temple, Chittoor

The Ekam is located in Varadaiahpalem, Andhra Pradesh, India. The Oneness Temple is built on the grounds of the Oneness University campus of Sri Bhagavan’s ashram. The temple was inaugurated in April 2008.The temple is located in a wide open land beside the misty Eastern Ghats mountains. The location where the temple is built was supposed to have been where many rishis had meditated from the ancient … Read more Ekam – The Oneness Temple, Chittoor

Vakula Devi, Chittoor

Vakula Devi is the foster mother of Lord Venkateswara. As per the legend of Tirumala, it dates back to Dvapara Yuga when Yasoda, the foster mother of Lord Krishna (avatar of Lord Vishnu) complains to him that she couldn’t witness any of his marriages. To this, Lord Krishna replies he would ensure she would get such opportunity later in Kali Yuga. In Kali Yuga, Lord Vishnu adorns the world as … Read more Vakula Devi, Chittoor