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Ranganatha swamy temples abundant in south India including the world famous Srirangam in Tamilnadu and Padmanabaswamy in Trivandrum Kerala has the Lords face on the left side and feet on the right side when you have darshan.
Only in this temple the face is on the right and the feet on the left a very unique feature, the reason for the power of the Lord as he he lies facing the PENNA river.
Built by Pallava rules during 7th 8th century AD is having a 70 feet gopuram with excellent statues which can be spotted from a good distance during travel in high way and train.
GOD lying on Adisesha accompanied by Sridevi and Budevi, Brahma and other parivarams are facing riven Penna in the west compared to all other temples where the Lord Vishnu faces East.
Peaceful darshan and powerful gain is assured.
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Sri Rajeshwari Temple in Nellore is famous for Rahukala Pujalu. Devotees lit the lamps in cups made by turning the limes for getting rid of Graha Dosham. Desires of devotees who worship the Goddess thus for 18 Fridays will be fulfilled it is believed. Devotees take the 40 days deeksha before Vijayadasami. After deeksha is completed, devotees bring water from the holy Pinakini River for the Abhishekam of Goddess. Arul Jyothi Nagaraja Murthy who is Sri Rajarajeswari Peetadhipathi located in Arcade district of Tamil Nadu was going to Vijayawada in 1965 and he stopped at Durgamitta in Nellore to take rest for some time. He felt the presence of Goddess in the open land opposite to the place where he was taking rest. Jyothi Nagaraja Murthy then asked his disciple who was living in Nellore to construct a temple in that place. And accordingly a temple was built.
Gradually Lord Ganesh, subrahmanyeswara and Navagraha Temples were constructed in the temple premises. Number of devotees visiting the temple also increased. In 1985 the temple was taken over by Endowment department. Later in 1993 a temple was built for Goddess Gayatri and in 1999 another temple was built for Lord Sundareswara.
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I recently visited this temple with friends. It is located near rapur and buses are available from Nellore too.The place is very calm with serene locations all around.The main lord here is narasima.The temple is beautifully decorated and well maintained. Absolutely no water in the falls.
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One of the best places in Nellore to visit but you have to go early in the morning to enjoy the nature and can come back in the afternoon or stay till evening but the roads aren't that good on the way... You have to be very careful while driving because it's more of a traffic thing and pedestrian places too... I would really want everyone to visit this place surely and see different types of species and their wonderful flying around
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Hi, that was the fantastic place where I started looking around as a kid. I started my education in Elementary school just behind Fort in Centre. My schooling continued in ZP Girls High School beside Police Station. Spent all the time in the Govt Library where Naidu sir was Librarian and Venkatswamy worked as Asst. This library injected me the Reading habit of number of english comics, stories and chandamama in particular. My father worked as Village Devpt Officer in Panchayat Raj and we lived in Karanakamma street. Sri Subba Rao sir who is still residing in Arava Brahmana street use to tutor us various moral things inculcating good habits, manners and the art of living. I an d my brother visited fort both in the town and the Fort in Kasipet wherein the famous Telugu Movie Sitara was shot. My visits to these forts can not be counted. And the famous Siva temple and the big well . I still remember many students studying for their exams in that calm and serene surroundings. In Sravana masam, Ammavari Jaatara was the main deity i worshipped. All the theatres, Tribhuvana, Venkateswara , Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna were the main attractions and about the weekly movies I use to see .My children do love Venkatagiri and visited. I had number of friends , my 10th academic year was 1980-81 . Do mail me if any body still remembers or shared sweet wonderful days with me or with Venkatagiri. at : [email protected] Thanks
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It was awesome and it was in deep hills. No mobile signals are available there. On the way to ghatika sidheswaram you found Ralla yeru. You must watch it.
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