Places To Visit
Sri Yogananda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, Vedadri
The Vedadri Narasimha Swamy temple is located on the river Krishna, approximately 10 km from Jaggaiahpeta town and 18 kilometers away from Penuganchoprolu temple. Here the main deity is Yogananda Lakshmi Narasihma Swamy varu.
The importance of this place is: Here the Lord is existing in five forms different from each other known as Pancha Narasimha Moorthy, namely Jwala Narasimha on vedasikhara of the mountains, Salagrama Narasimha in the River Krishna , Yogananda Narasimha erected by sage Rishya Sringa, as Lakshmi Narasimhar on his own peetam and Veera Narasimha on Garudadri situated at a distance of 5 km from east to Vedadri
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Varu, Tirumalagiri
Located 9 k.m.s away from Penuganchiprolu temple. This is one of the most and different place in lord venkateswara temples. The Name of the deity is "Swayambu Valmikodbhava Sri Venkateswara Swamy varu" and is located on a hill top, manifested in a stone image along with a big ant hill behind. Four temples of Sri Anjaneya Swamy are seen in the nearby Tirumalagiri Hills which attract a lot of devotees.
Sri Mukteswara Swamy Vari Temple, Muktyala
Located 30 k.m.s away from Penuganchiprolu temple.Antiquity of this kshetra dates back to Tretayuga and it is said that Sri Rama visited this thirtha kshetra along with wife Sita and worshipped this Temple's Spatica Linga installed by Bali Chakravarthy. The other plus point it claims is river Krishna flows in northern direction instead of the usual eastern. Hence sanctity immense. It is believed that sins committed knowingly or unknowingly will be purged of with a single bath. It embodies another unique feature of linking Tretayuga with Kaliyuga. Legends narrate that Viswakarma built a golden temple realising its sacrosanct glory.
Krishna Mahatya eulogizes it, with the episode of Bali Chakravarthi's installing crystal linga now worshipped in the Mukteswara temple.This Bhavani's shrine is quite ancient and was endowed lavishly by the ruling princes. The sthalapurna claims its construction to the devout king Narasimha Padmanabha belonging to Aitreya dynasty. Having enjoyed liberal royal partronage, it is architecturally imposing in dimensions and sculpturally enticing. There are many inscriptions testifying to its splendid past. The Mother's icon is superbly sculptured and her pleasant facial features are quite arresting and so win admiration by every one.. Satwika puja is offered daily and she is madhura ahara priya
Sri Venu Gopala Swami Temple , Nemali
Located 40 k.m.s away from Penuganchiprolu Temple. Lord Venu Gopala Swamy is Swayambhu here. The temple is attracting thousands of devotees every year. Rituals will be performed as per Vaikhanasa Agama.