About Temple

Annavaram is one of the famous Holy Shrines in Andhra Pradesh. The Temple is built in the Dravidian Style. The glory and richness of lord satyadeva was widely described in Revankhanda of Skandapuranam. The presiding deity Lord Satyadeva with his consort Sri Anantha Lakshmi on one side and with Lord Siva on other side like in all Divayakshetrams as surrounded and followed by holy rivers, Sri Satyanarayana Swamy at Annavaram is also followed by sacred Pamapa River touching in the feet of the hill. Lord Satyadeva the god of truth is showing his eternal blessings on mankind in his beautiful manifested form of the Divine Trinity namely Hari Hara Hiranya Garbha Thrimurtyatmaka. Hence, this is the temple that is attracting the Pilgrims of both Vaishnava and Saiva devotees and thousands of pilgrims from all over the Country are worshiping Lord Satyadeva everyday forgetting all sectional differences.

The peetam of swamy varu is highly adorned with the installation of panchayatana befitting the glory and sanctity of the deity. The main temple constructed in the form of a chariot with the four wheels at each of the four corners. The akriti of this temple is, according to the agni purana. The idol which is about 4 metres (13 feet) high is in cylindrical form. In the temple of lord satyanarayana swami at annavaram some of the deities are Lord Rama on right side of the idol, Few cottages and kalyana arches are constructed near the temple. The Management giving the privileges to the devotees for the purpose to do the solemn they constructed arches in temple surroundings.

The main temple is constructed in the form of a chariot with the four wheels at each of the four corners. In front of the main temple, kalyana mantapam is constructed and decorated with modern pieces of architecture. As we go down the way, we come across Ramalaya and then the shrines of Vana Durga is held in great veneration and Devi is said to be seen even now a days in the nights, going about the holy precincts perpetually guarding the Lord's premises.

The temple is in two floors; the ground floor contains the yantra and the peetham of the Lord. On the four sides of the yantra there are four deities namely Ganapati, Suryanarayanaswamy, Bala Tripurasundari and Maheswaraswamy which constitutes panchayathanam. In the 1st floor the Moola virat of Lord Satyanarayana swamy is in the centre, the image of Goddess Anantha Lakshmi Ammavaru is in the right and Lord Shiva is on the left. The idols are of exquisite grace and beauty and are engaged in gold kavachams." The adjoining shrine of Sri Rama seems to be the holy spot where the original self-mainfested idol of Sri Satyanarayanaswamy was discovered by the devotees. Lord Sri Rama is considered to be the Kshetra Palaka of this holy abode of the Lord Satyadeva.

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