Sri Kanagadurga temple Vijaywada

This temple is admist of the busy Vijaywada town on the banks of river Krishna . The temple of Kanaka Durga the Goddess of power, riches and benevolence and the presiding deity of Vijayawada, is swarmed by lakhs of pilgrims for worship during the “Navarathri” festival which is celebrated with Religious fervour, pomp and festivity.Continue reading “Sri Kanagadurga temple Vijaywada”

Sri Vyagara Narasimha swamy temple Agripalli

This is a Hill temple and a cluster of 3 temples . Sri Vyagara Narasimha Swamy temple at the foot of the hill . Sri Shobanachala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple at the Hill and Sri Achanteswara Swamy (Lord Shiva) temple at even more top of it . Sri Vyagara Lakshmi Narasimhar Swamy is in Agripalli.Continue reading “Sri Vyagara Narasimha swamy temple Agripalli”

Sri Narasimhar temple Vadapalli

This is one of the Pancha Narasimhar kshetram in Andrapradesh. (Vedadri, Vadapalli, Mattapalli, Mangalagiri, Ketavaram) The Vadapally Lakshmi Narasimhar temple is situated in Nalgonda district near the town of Miryalaguda, at the confluence of the River Krishna and Musi River. These two rivers very unusually come together in the shape of an “L”. There are Puranic references to the history of LordContinue reading “Sri Narasimhar temple Vadapalli”

Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar temple Matapalli

Posted inPancha Narasimhar sthethram AP It is located in Mattapalli or Mattapalli village in the Nalgonda district and is 25 km from the Huzurnagar Taluk on the banks of River Krishna . It is regarded as one of the Pancha Narasimha Kshetras. The temple houses the triple deities of Sri Yogananda Lakshmi Narasimha Swami, SriContinue reading “Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar temple Matapalli”

Sri Narasimhar temple

This Temple is located on the banks of River Krishna at VEDADRI village in Krishna district of AP and at a distance of 80 km from Vijayawada and 10 Kms from Chillakallu on Vijayawada-Hyderabad National Highway. The nearest town is Jaggaiahpet at 12km. This is one among the Pancha Narasimhar sthethram near Vijaywada. The LordContinue reading “Sri Narasimhar temple”

Sri Panagala Narasimhar Mangalagiri

Mangalagiri is a town in Guntur district situated between the twin cities of Vijayawada and Guntur of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.  Mangalagiri is a temple of Lord Vishnu in Narasimhar form. Mangalagiri (mangala means auspicious , giri means hill ) , as Lord Narasimha near Vijayawada . As legend says after killing Demon King Hiranya Kasipu , LordContinue reading “Sri Panagala Narasimhar Mangalagiri”

Brahmaputra Pushkar

After a day in Shillong we reached Guwahati saw Purva Thirupathi Balaji temple and Bhimashankar jyothirlingam and stayed at Hotel Prag Continental. The next day early morning we took auto and went to near by Jaganath temple and took a holy dip in the Brahmaputra flowing at the backside of this temple there are stepsContinue reading “Brahmaputra Pushkar”

Kamakya temple Guwahati

This temple is in Guwahati is one of the Shakthi Peedams. This temple is about 20 kms from Guwahati airport. Kamakya is also known as the bleeding Goddess of Assam .This temple is on a hillock named Nilachal of 562 feet high . Kamakhya Devi MantraKamakhy Varade Devi Nilparvatvasini,Twam Devi Jagatam Mataryonimudre Namostute | TheContinue reading “Kamakya temple Guwahati”

Mangaladevi temple

From Udipi Krishna temple we reached Mangalore Mangaladevi temple it was almost closing time of the temple . Mangalore was named as Mangalapuram after the local Hindu deity Mangaladevi, the presiding deity of the Mangaladevi Temple. It was modified to Mangalore by the British. But somehow the keralites have retained the old name. Puram means ‘area ofContinue reading “Mangaladevi temple”

Udipi Krishna temple

From Anegudde Vinayagar temple Kumbakshi we reached this temple by 5pm . Udipi Sri Krishna temple is one of the must visit temples to Lord Krishnas devotees. I had the divine dharshan of Lord Krishna during my Mangalore spiritual tour. Udipi is 60 kms from Mangalore. In this temple Lord Krishna is seen with a churner inContinue reading “Udipi Krishna temple”

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