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Nellore Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Sevas | Penusila Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple

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Penusila Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Sevas :   Daily sevas Morning 05.00 am Suprabhatha Seva Morning 05.15 am Abhishekam (Aarjitha seva) Morning 07.30 am Sahasra nama archana, bala bhoga nivedana Morning 10-30 am Sreevari kalyanam (Aarjitha seva) Morning 10-30 am Sahasra nama archana (Aarjitha seva) Night 07.45 pm Ekantha seva    Penusila Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple Weekly sevas Friday Evening Asthana seva (Ammavariki) ...

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Sri Subramanyaswamy Temple In Nellore

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Sri Subramanyaswamy Temple temple was constructed by the Chola rulers of the 10th and 11th Centuries in Malla village which is in Nayudupeta, Duggarajupatnam road in the Chittamuru mandal and it is 96 km away from Nellore. The “Vasantala Mandapam” here is a shining example of sculpture of excellence. The “Vasantala Mandapam” is strikingly sculpted in the form of a chariot ...

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Talpagiri Ranganadha Swamy In Nellore

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Historical Talpagiri Ranganadha Swamy temple, located on the southern banks of the Pennar river, is one among several attractions for tourists visiting Vikrama Simhapuri, the ancient name for Nellore. Nellore is located 494 km from Hyderabad and is well connected by road, rail and air. With regards to stay, there are hotels to suit the pocket of all sections. Pilgrims ...

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Vedagiri Lakshmi Narasimhaswamy In Nellore

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Vedagiri Lakshmi Narasimhaswamy temple is an abode of the fourth incarnations of Lord Maha Vishnu – The Narasimha Avatara. This magnificent temple is located on a hill top offering a great view of the city surroundings and is about 13 Km’s from the heart of the Nellore City. Local legend: Sage Kasyapa once performed a yaga (Yaga – Offerings to ...

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Tarigonda Vengamamba Temple in Nellore

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Sri Vengamamba Perantalu Devastanam is more than 300 years old temple, this temple is situated in the village of Narrawada. Famous as a wish-satisfier goddess in the surrounding areas. the festival conducted in the months of June and July is very famous and visited by more than 5 lakhs Pilgrims from all over Andhra right from Srikakulam to Cuddapah. The ...

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Perumallaswamy Shiva Temple in Nellore

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Prabhagiri Patnam, a tiny hamlet located 11 km from Podalakur in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, is a village of relics. A magnificent Siva temple that was built during the Chola regime is in a dilapidated condition now. Majority of the 101 smaller temples and ancient stone wells in the village have crumbled over time. It is believed that the ...

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Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple Sriramatirtham Nellore

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Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple is located in Ramatheertham, Vidavaluru mandal which is 30 km from Nellore. Puranas says that the Shiva Lingam was installed by Lord Rama hence he Lord Shiva is know as Ramalingeswara Swamy. The most famous temple on the southern bank of the River Pennar, the Galigopuram of the temple is 29 m high and has seven ...

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Sri Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple Nellore

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The Sri Kodanda RamaSwamy Temple was built by the Dodla family in 1784 A.D., is also a notable feature of Buchireddipalem. On every Pournami (Full moon) day Annadanam is held in this temple by Sri Kodandarama Swamy Charitable Trust since early 2002. Annual Bramhotsavams held starting from Ram Navami day are a major festivities for this town. Sita Ramula kalyanam ...

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Iskcon City Nellore | Sri Radha Krishna Temple Nellore

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Sri Sri Radha Syamasundar mandir in nellore, popuraly known as ISKCON Nellore Temple. Jagannatha-Baladeva-Subhadra and Sri Sri Radha Shyamasundar are the primary deities. It is located at Hare Krishna road, Iskcon city, Nellore-524004. The president of the temple is H.H.Sukadeva Swami About Mandir Indian tradition holds that a town or village without a temple is uninhabitable. Sri Radha Krishna Mandiram ...

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