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Antharvedi Narasimha Swami Temple, Konaseema
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The Antharvedi Narasimha Swami temple is located in the Antharvedi village of the East Godavari District. The temple lies near the River Godavari, opposite to the Vashishtha Sevashram. It was built during the 15th and the 16th centuries and is famous for a religious fair held... Read More »
"Fantastic Place to visit"Dec 2, 2014 "Worth visiting"Nov 3, 2014
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Ryali Jagan Mohini Kesava Swamy Temple, Konaseema
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Ryali Sri Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy temple is situated in the Ryali village of the East Godavari District. The idol of Lord Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy in the temple looks like Kesava Swamy when seen from the front and Jaganmohini when seen from the rear. Right in front of... Read More »
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Ainavilli Sidhi Vinayaka Temple, Konaseema
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The Ainavilli Siddhivinayaka Swami temple is about 14 km from Amalapuram, near Konaseema. This temple has two entrance gates leading to two different deities. One entrance leads to the deity of Siddhivinayaka, while the other leads to the idol of Sri Visveswara Swamy. Read More »
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Appanapalli temple, Konaseema
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Appanapalli temple, also known as Sri Bala Balaji Devastanam, is regarded as the second Tirupati, a holy abode of Lord Bala Balaji. The temple lies on the banks of the River Vynateya and is surrounded by paddy fields, mango groves and coconut trees. Brahmotsavam festival is... Read More »
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Sree Veereswara Swamy Temple, Konaseema
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Sri Veereswara Swamy temple is located in the Muramalla village of the East Godavari District. A daily worship called 'Nityakalyanam' is performed at the temple that is attended by a large number of devotees. Read More »