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KALKAVATAR KSHETRAS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Madanapalli - Venkata Ramanaswamy Aalayam

With its high altitude and salubrious climate, this taluq headquarters town of Chittoor district is enjoying a-covetable place in the cultural map of Andhra Pradesh. The world-renowned Besant Theosophical College and the lone Summer resort of the entire state - Horsley Hill have catapulted its importance to a commendable degree, exciting jealousy to the similar towns in the state. It has earned a good name for possessing very many spiritual institutions, like Sivaalayas, Anjaneya temples, Vaishnavalayas, Ramakrishna asrams, Saibaba mandirs, Raghavendraswamy mutts etc. etc. etc. All are regularly visited and soulfully adored. They are but in the town limits only.

Among them, the Venkateswara temple located on the bank of river Bahuda, surrounded by houses and business establishments has of immense importance, gained by the multifarious devotional activities it is carrying on round the year. Due to its location, it is visited by a steady stream of visitors regularly in the mornings and evenings. There are many mini-shrines installed with adorable deities in the campus. The archamurti in standing posture adorned elegantly by the expert priests with dazzling jewels and colourful garlands cast an enchantment on the visitors. Agamic worship is offered with great fervour by the devout priests to the satisfaction of bhaktas. The annual car festival lasting for about a week lures lakhs of devotees and the temple's fame reaches its zenith.

It lies in Madanapalli, the taluq head quarter of Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. It is accessible by walk or rickshaws from the bus stand. 

 

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