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Temples in Nagari, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh

Nagari is a semi-industrial town in Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh. A large textile manufacturing industry thrives in and around Nagari. Nagari is 7.4 km from the Tamil Nadu border and 50 km from Tirupati. 21 Villages are under Nagari Mandal. Many famous temples are in Nagari.

  1. Sai Baba Temple: Shirdi Sai Divya dhamam is a newly constructed Temple on 12 acres on Rajiv Nagar Hill in Nagari.
  2. Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Vyshas temple is located near Chavadi.
  3. Sri Desamma Vari Temple is a famous temple in Nagari. Devotees visit the temple on Tuesdays to worship the goddess. The villagers have a strong belief in Desamma that the goddess cures their eye problems if the abhisheka water is poured into their eyes inside the sanctum sanctorum.
  4. Siva Temple: This is an ancient Shiva temple situated in Nagari Town. Here the presiding deity is Sri Kamakshamba Sametha, Sri Karakanteswara Swamy.  Maha Shiva Ratri is celebrated in a grand manner. All other Lord Shiva and Durga Parameshwari poojas are celebrated here.
  5. Kariyamanikya Swamy Temple is also an ancient Venkateswara Swamy temple situated on Prakasam road, Nagari. The presiding deity is Kariyamanikya Swamy with his consorts Bhoo Devi and Sridevi. The temple has been renovated recently and is maintained by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.
  6. Veerabhadra Swami temple is an old temple situated at the intersection of Beri Veedhi & Prakasam roads.
  7. Ponniyamman temple in Kumara Venkata Perumal Rajulu Vari Peta is a village goddess temple.
  8. Towards the west of Nagari and Pudupet, there is a village called KVPR Pet.
  9. Sri Sivananda Swamy Ashram at KVPR Pet is an old ashram headed by Ashram Mataadhipathi Poojya Sri Swamy Saranaananda, a religious monk, who knows Vaasthu, Astrology, Numerology, and Performance of Yagna. Poojya Sri Swamy has visited the Kailash five times, Muktinath (Nepal-Pokhra) three times and Aadhi Kailash (India border) two times.
  10. Om Sakthi Temple at the junction of bypass road towards Mandapam.
  11. Two Hanuman Temples near Keelapattu and Malachuttu Mandapam are also considered sacred places where the Malachuttu festival is performed every year after Sankranthi.
  12. Vembalagi Amma Varu and Veera Anjaneya Swamy are situated in Maruthi Hills, Nagari.
  13. Sri Kasi Visweshara and Annapurneshwari Temple located in Bugga Agraharam 4 km from Nagari,  is an ancient  Shiva temple on the northern banks of the Kusasthalai River. In Sanskrit Kusa means Durva grass. This river is produced through Kusa by the Great Sage Shri Agasthiya Maharishi when he visited the Southern parts of India to balance the northern side at the time of Lord Siva’s Marriage. The Temple is being maintained by the TTD.
  14. Sri Rama Temple also known as Sri Anjaneya Temple in Kalyanaiah Kandriga village, Bugga Agraharam, Nagari. Many devotees visit this Rama temple on Saturday nights.
  15. Dhroupathi Amma Vari temple is an old and historical temple in Chinthalapatteda near Nagari.
  16. Sivagami Ammaiyar Sameetha Sri Chidambarshwara Swamy Temple, Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple and Sri Ayyappa Swami Temples are situated in Sathrawada. Sathrawada is 4 km from Nagari.

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