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KALKAVATAR KSHETRAS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Vishakapattanam - Sri Venkateswara Aalayam

This fast thriving harbour city, famous for its ship building industry, the only one of its kind in the entire Bharat has many creditable points to its glorious record. It is the seat of famous Andhra University, besides possessing rich and inexhaustible ores in its hinterland together with seafarer activities. A series of breath-taking sights, like the vast stretches of golden sun-kissed beaches, low ranges of blue hillocks and numerous monuments greet and delight the visitors, when they take a stroll. Among them some temples which acquired high reputation deserve mention. The Varaha Narasimha kshetra and Bhimnunipattanam temples have immortalised the old town Visakha, named after Visakha, the God of Valour. And it is popularly called Vizag and Waltair being another well-known names. Of the less prominent places, comparatively only, the Venkateswara Konda, deemed the third landmark, merits instant visit; for, it is the abode of Lord Venkateswara. Its merit lies in its construction on high eminence and credit goes to an English man, at it. It is said to have been built by an alien Indian called Captain Black more in 1986. His devotion for Hindu god is commendable. This charming little temple built in the Dravidian architectural style possess garbhagriha, imposing tower and vast courtyards. The icon of Balaji in standing posture common to all the Balaji temples delights the visitors with its dazzling polish and grand decoration. Pilgrims particularly, gay tourists visit in larger number every day.

It can be reached by walking from the shipyard of Vizag linked to any place in India, by road, rail, air and waterways.

 

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