Adopted Temples

Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Vari Temple, Polakampadu

Sri Ramalingeswara Swami Vari Temple is one of the oldest Lord Shiva temples. This temple at the hill top is beautiful place where Lord shiva is worshiped. During Mahashivarathri, there is very big rush of the devotees visiting this temple. During this time annual festival is held and it is celebrated with great pomp and unique rituals.It's located on a small mountain southeast to the city. It's also on the River bank of Krishna.

Sri Venugopala Swamy Temple Hamsaladeevi

Hamsaladeevi Sri Venugopala Swamy Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Krishna in Hamsaladeevi village, Koduru Mandal on the banks of Krishna River. Sri Venu Gopala Swami temple at Hamsala Deevi is one among the 180 sacred Vishnu Temples in India. Lord Venugopala Swamy is seen with his consorts Rukmini and Satyabhama in this ancient temple. The temple is just 0.7 km away from Hamsaladeevi village in Diviseema Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh. Hamsaladeevi is also called as "Swan Island".

Sri Siddendhra Yogi Mandiram, Kuchipudi

Siddappa, a young lad was born into the Chinta family at Kuchelapuram (present day Kuchipudi). He lacked an interest in studies and education right from childhood. Prior to the Brahmin caste male people were performing Kuchipudi dance. Hence, they are called Kuchipudi bhagavatulu.In 15th century Siddhendra,make some changes in Kuchipudi to perfom females also. Siddhendra followers learnt and setteled with kuchupudi dance.so the village name changed as a kuchupudi.

Sri ChallamRaju VenkataSeshaiah Choultry

Constructed for facilitation ofWayfearersin 1916

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