Nandeeswara Saneeswara Swamy Temple is in Nandi Vaddeman, Nagar Kurnool Mandal in Mehabubnagar District, Telangana. Nandi Vaddeman village is also known as Temples Village.
Shani Bhagavan is the son for Sun god and Chaya Devi. Sani Bagawan likes black color and Saturday is his favorite day and he is the brother of Yama Dharmaraja. He is also know as daivakary and his Vahanam is crow.
In Shani Shingnapur Temple women’s are not allowed to perform any poojas but at Nandi Vaddeman Shani Bhagavan temple women’s are allowed to perform all pooja’s to the main deity. Puranas says that this temple was built in 12th century and this temple was built by Gona Ganna Reddy and Gona Budda Reddy.
Sri Saneeswara Swamy Temple is the famous Shani temple with the idol measuring 7½ feet. The idol is placed along with Jyeshta Devi on his vahanam which makes it even more attractive. The festival Shani Trayodashi is celebrated here with great devotion by the devotees. Special pujas are conducted for the mankind. The temple is 5 kms away from Bijinapally Mandal head quarters and 40 kilometers away from Mahabubnagar.
Pooja Timings :6:00 am to 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Shanti Kumar – 9441740977
Umamaheswar – 9490413393
Puja Ticket Price Details:
Archana – Rs 10/-
Tailabhishekam – Rs 25/-
Panchamrutha Abhishekam – Rs 25/-
Rudrabhishekam – Rs 50/-
From Hyderabad 118 kms (via Jadcherla)
From Vijayawada 346 Kms (via Guntur, Narasaraopet, Devarakonda, Kalwakurthy, Nagar Kurnool)
Nearest Airport: Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409.
Shani Mantras and Meaning:
Given below are some of the Mantras of Shani Bhagavan. Chant these mantras to please Shani Bhagavan and reduce the malefic effects.
“Om Hlim Sham Shanaye Namah”
“Om Praam Preem Praum Sah Shanayishraya Namah”
“Om Sham Shanayscharaya Namaha”
“Aum Aing Hring Shring Shung Shanaishcharaye Namah Aum”
Shani Gayatri Mantra:
Om Sanaischaraya vidhmahe
Tanno manda prachodayat
Shani Dhyan Mantra:
Nilanjana samabhasam raviputram yamagrajam
Chaya martanda sambhutam tam namami shaishcharam
Meaning: I bow to Lord Shani, who is black in colour, and son of Sun and born to Chaya Devi and brother of Yama Dharmaraja, who moves very slowly.