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The legend of this temple is as fascinating as the mystery of the existence of every adorable deity in our Hindu India. It begins with one Ganedu Venku Naidu, a farmer returning home from the weekly market with salt bags in his cart Invisible to him, two powerful deities Shyamalamma and Kothamma, the inseparable sisters were also traveling in his cart. Mysteriously one of the buffaloes drawing the cart disappeared on the way, yet the cart reached home with only one At a particular point. Kottamma alighting from the cart, climbed up a tree and choice to remain there. Shyamalamba reached the village to the infinite surprise of the cart owner. And he reported it to the villagers who deemed it a mystifying mystery and prayed to God for property. Later, Shyamalamba; who took seat in the Naidu's house, in her invisible form bought bangles from a peddler saying that her father Naidu would pay the money on his return. When the bangle seller demanded payment, the childless Naidu again circulated this divine sport to the people. Due to denial of legitimate money, the bangle seller abused and scolded Naidu. Soon he became blind by the curse of Shyamalamba. On the advice of elders when he prayed soulfully to her, vowing to offer bangles at any time she liked, he regained sight.

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