Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy Temple is located in Vepamjeri village in Ganadhara Nellore Mandal of Chittoor district. This Temple houses shrines for Ashtra Lakshmi, Vinayaka, Hanuman, Ayyappa, Navagraha and Rangantha Swamy. Dasavatara Idols of Lord Vishnu are established around the Pushkarini of the temple. It is believed that Lord Vishnu along with his consort Goddess Lakshmi took bath in the Pushkarini of the temple and taking bath in the Pushkarini will get one out of all the sins of lifetime.The annual Brahmotsavas are celebrated in the month of April.
Sri Mogiliswara Swamy Temple
Sri Mogiliswara Swamy Temple is located in Mogili in Bangaru Palyam Mandal of chittore district. The deity here is believed to be Swayambhu (self-manifested). This Temple is flooded with devotees on Maha Sivaratri festival. It is believed that, taking bath in Pushkarini and offering prayers to the god on Sivaratri day will improve the fertility. It is located on Chittore-Banglore highway and connected by frequent buses from Chittoor (which 12 Kms from Kanipakam).
Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Temple
Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Temple, Diguvapalli, it is locating Chowdepalli Mandal, Chittoor District, 100 Kilometers from Kanipakam.Sri Boyakonda Gangamma temple is one of the famous hill shrines in the state. Thousands of pilgrims worship the presiding deity of the temple Gangamma every day. Devotees from the neighboring Karnataka and Tamil Nadu also worship the goddess. This Temple is set on a picturesque hillock with serene surroundings.Devotees can test whether their wish be fulfilled or not by placing a flower on the head of the deity. Locals believe that if the flower falls on the right side means Positive and Negative if it falls on the left. Many devotees who prayed the Goddess were blessed with kids.