Karya Siddhi Vinayaka Temple Chodavaram

Karya Siddhi Vinayaka Temple Chodavaram It is believed that Lord Vinayaka self-manifested at this place. This temple was built during the reign of Chalukya Kings in 1200 AD. As per the local folklore, 200 years back i.e in 1850 AD, villagers discovered the Idol and tried to move this Idol to the nearby Siva Temple. […]

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Kanjanur Temple

Kanjanur Temple Timings History As per the Legend, Agni (God of Fire) did penance here for Lord Siva, hence the name Agneeswarar for Lord Siva. Kalathira Dosha Nivarana Pooja will be performed at this temple. Lord Brahma was blessed with a vision of Lord Siva’s marriage with Goddess Parvathi at this place. it is believed […]

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Keezhaperumpallam Kethu Temple

Keezhaperumpallam Kethu Temple As per the Legend, Vasuki was used as the thread and Mount Meru was used as the churning stick to churning Milk Ocean. Due to rapid movement, Vasuki split the Venom into the Ocean. In the process of Amritham extraction, deadly poison came out of the ocean. Lord Siva took the poison […]

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Korukonda Theertham History Timings

Korukonda Theertham History Timings As per the Legend, Lord Narasimha self-manifested with His consort Lakshmi Devi on top of the hill on request of Parasara Maharshi. Temple at the foot of the hills was installed by Parasara Maharshi. Temple on top of the hill can be reached by steps path and is 615 steps in […]

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Mandapalli Temple History Timings

Mandapalli Temple History Timings   As per the Legend, Lord Indra Killed the demon Kartaba with the weapon (Vajrayudha) made out of Sage Dadichi’s spinal cord. In revenge for his father’s death, demons Pippala and Aswatha conducted a war. Sage Agasthya and others approached Saneswara for the defence. Sages offered their divine power to Shani Bhagawan. The […]

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Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Temple

Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Temple Temple is one of the 18 Sakthi Peetas in India. As per legend, Prajapati Daksha daughter Sati Devi married Lord Siva. Prajapati had rivalry with Lord Siva and started acting against Siva. Daksha decided to perform Yajna and invited all Gods and Goddess, leaving Lord Siva. Sati visited her maternal house, though she […]

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bhadrachalam temple history

bhadrachalam temple history As per the Legend, Lord Rama stayed with His consort and brother Lakshman at this place during their Vanavasam. Sage Bhadra performed strict penance for Lord Rama on the banks of River Godavari and requested Lord reside on top of his head. Impressed Rama promised the Sage that his wish will be […]

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Nava Kailasam Temples History

Nava Kailasam Temples History As per the Legend, During the Lord Siva and Paravati Devi Wedding, sages started gathering at Mount Kailash. Due to the mass gathering, North region went down and South region moved up. To balance the Earth, Lord Siva asked Sage Agasthya to stay at South so that it can be balanced. […]

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Magadi Ranganathaswamy Temple History

Magadi Ranganathaswamy Temple History As per the Legend, It is Sage Mandavya who installed Lord Paschima Venkatachalapathy and performed strict penance at this Kshetra. Hence the name, Mandavya Kshetra. The main deity in this temple is facing West, Hence the name Paschima Venkatchalapathy. Magadi is also called as Dakshina Tirupathi which means South Tirupathi. It is […]

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Vemulawada Rajanna Temple History

Vemulawada Rajanna Temple History This temple is dedicated to Lord Siva and the main deity is called by the name Raja Rajeshwara who resides here with his consort Raja Rajeshwari. Lord Raja Rajeshwara and Goddess Raja Rajaeswari appeared in the dreams of Raja Narendra and instructed on the temple location who later built the temple. This […]

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