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Vijayawada - Vijayadri Venkateswaraswamy Aalayam

This little yet mighty modern Balaji temple that came into existence very recently has certain covetable features which hasten the steps of the readers or listeners at once to it, for indispensable darsan of the Lord. Not one only, but as many as fifteen of the most adoration-worthy murtis occupying the highest places in the pantheon of Hindu gods. The very conception and execution of the plan must be applauded first, since the firm resolve to accommodate fifteen deities in so scanty a space of thirty square yards not only reflects the builders deer devotion but humanism. It was achieved miraculously well to the satisfaction of temple visiting public belonging to any denomination, as a matter of fact. Would ever the congregated grace of the gods sink the devout builders in the bottomless sea? Never that happens. Hence the devotees are now availing the darsan of the most adorable gods, like Dhanalakshmi, Siddhi Vinayaka, Sitarama, Chandramurti, Lakshmi Narasimhamurti, Malleswaraswamy, Subrahmanyaswamy, Brahma, Adisesha, Suryanarayanamurti, Anjaneyaswamy, Ayyappaswamy, Navagrahas, presided over by Lord Venkateswaraswamy, the Kalkavatar of Srimannarayana. Modernity peeping from every inch of the image of each divinity keeps the viewers gaze and gape, yet involuntarily join palms in soulful veneration. The steady streams of devotees both in the mornings, and evenings is a sure index of the popularity of the temple and ingenuity of the builders. Hats off to the builders for keeping open such a treasure for public.

This lies in the Kasturibaipet of Vijayawada, accessible by town bus or by walk even.


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