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Devuni Kadapa Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Temple

Devuni Kadapa

Devuni Kadapa (Telugu: దేవుని కడప) is a place in Kadapa City, famous for the temple of Sri Laxmi Venkateshwara. It is historically been known as the gateway to the temple of Venkateshwara, the presiding deity of Tirumala. Also called as Devuni Gadapam , it derives its name from Gadapa , a Telugu word, which means Threshold or gateway or doorstep …

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Bhairaveswara Temple – Nallacheruvu palli

bhairaveswara temple

Nallacheruvu palli (Telugu: నల్లచెరువు పల్లి) – Situated at a distance of 10 miles from Pulivendula, the taluk head quarters, 18 miles from Muddanur Railway Station and 31 miles from Jammalamadugu, the sub-divisional headquarters. It is on the right bank of the Mogameru River at its confluence with Uddanda vagu (a small rivulet). Four furlongs to the east of this village …

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Siddaiahgari Mutt – Mudumala (Kadapa District)

Mudumala is a village Situated at a distance of 1.5 miles from Palugurallapalle on Porumamilla – Mydukur road, 30 miles from Badvel and 40 miles from Giddalur Railway Station. Siddaiah gari mutt with his idol on his jeevasamadhi and Venkatesamayyagari mutt are the places of worship in this village. Chief disciple of Veerabrahmam: Siddaiah was the chief disciple of Sri …

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Bhairva Kona in the heart of Nallamala

Bhairava kona

‘Bhairva Kona’ or ‘Bhaireni’ (Telugu : భైరేని or భైరవకోన ) Situated in the middle of Nallamala Reserve Forest at a distance of 12 miles from Onipenta and 30 miles Yerraguntla Railway Station. Onipenta is on the Mydukur – Porumamilla bus route. Journey for an hour through the deep forest will gives thrilling experience to pilgrims/tourists. One has to go through …

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Sri Veerabrahmendra Swami (Temple) festival – Kandimallayapalli (B.Mutt)

Kandimallayapalle, popularly known as Bramham gari mutt is a hamlet of SOMIREDDYPALLE Situated at a distance of 23.5 miles from Mydukur and 38 miles from the nearest railway Station, Kadapa. Village is made up of the following communities: Hindus, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Muslims. The chief means of livelihood of the people are agriculture and agricultural labour.                 Sri …

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Pushpagiri – Hub of Temples

Pushpagiri is one of the holy places in Kadapa district for Hindus. This place is located on the banks of river Pennar (Pinakini) about 16Kms from Kadapa city. Pushpagiri is famous for its numerous temples. This is the only holy place for both Saivas and Vaishnavas (two divisions of Hindu religion). Vaishnavas call it as ‘Madhya Ahobilam’ and Saivas as …

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Brahmam Gari Matham (mutt)

Brahmam Gari Matham

Brahmam Gari Matham (Telugu: బ్రహ్మంగారి మఠం) is the place where Sri Potuluri Veerabrahmam who was famous for his preachings and mainly for his remarks on future of the world, stayed in Kandimallayapalli. Veerabrahmam is the only futurologist that the East has produced.  He entered Jeeva Samadhi in the year 1693. Brahmamgari Matham was built in Kandimallayapalli after the jeevasamadhi of Veerabrahmendra …

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Attirala (Hatyarala) Sacred Temples


There is the temple of sri Thretheswara swamy in the form of a stone sivalingam. This temple is picturesquely situated on the bank of the river Bahuda (Cheyyeru) on a hillock with a beautiful Kalyana mantapanm (marriage hall) and gali gopuram (tower). The hillock is known as Thretachalam on account of the manifestation of Threteswara swamy.

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Gandi Kshetram – Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple

Gandi Anjaneya Swamy

The importance of the place is on account of the temple of Veeramjaneya swamy on the bank of river Papagni familiarly is known as Gandi anjaneya swamy temple. Gandi is the term used for a narrow passes between two hills and river Papagni flows through this Gandi or pass. Formerly it was called ‘Hiranyaghattam’. There is a dilapidated temple of ...

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Tallapaka (Telugu : తాళ్ళపాక) is a village in Rajampet mandal of Kadapa district. The village has the distinction of being the birthplace of Saint Annamacharya the famous composer of devotional songs on Lord Venkateswara who made invaluable contribution to music and literature during the 15th century.He composed more than Thirty two thousand devotional hymns – Sankeerthanas.  These keerthanas were set to Carnotic …

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