Visiting Places Near kanipakam Vinayaka Temple

Visiting places near kanipakam

Kanipakam is a small village on the bank of Bahuda River. There are many visiting places near Kanipakam. They are list as follows

Visiting places near Kanipakam

Visiting places near kanipakam

Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy Devasthanam:

The distance that needs to cover for reaching Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy Devastham from Kanipakam is 30.5km and the time required to reach Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy temple from Kanipakam is 47 minutes.

Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy temple dedicated to Subramanya Swamy and this temple also called Sri Chengalraya Swamy Konda as this temple located at the top of a hill in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. A white elephant installed in front of Sri Subramanya Swamy, and according to Puranas, that white elephant(Iravatham) is presented by lord Indra as dowry to Lord Muruga while marring his daughter Devayani. A peacock installed in front of Sri Shanmuga Swamy.

Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam,

Sri Ardhagiri Veeranjaneya Swamy Devasthanam:

The distance that needs to cover for reaching Sri Andhagiri Veeranjaneya Swamy Devastham from Kanipakam is 20 km and the time required to reach Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy temple from Kanipakam is 26 mins.

The Ardhagiri Veeranjaneya temple located in the village of Aragonda, Andhra Pradesh. Sri Ardhagiri Veeranjaneya Swamy Devasthanam dedicated to lord hanuman. The epic behind the name of Ardhagiri is that when Hanuma is carrying the Dronagiri mountain that contains herbs of Samjeevani to save Lakshmana, Lakshama thought that a mountain is falling so that he bow an arrow on this that resulted in falling half of the mountain on earth and this temple called as Sri Ardhagiri vVeeranjaneya Swamy Devasthanam. The meaning of Ardhagiri means Ardha=half, giri=hills.

Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam,

Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy Devasthanam:

The distance that needs to cover for reaching Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy Devastham from Kanipakam is 25 km and the time required to reach Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy temple from Kanipakam is 55 mins.

Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy temple located in the village ofVepanjari, Andhra Pradesh. Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy Devasthanam dedicated to Lord Narasimha Swamy, the idol in this temple is Lakshmi Narayana Swamy along with goddess Lakshmi on his left side. The word Vepanari is a club of three words Vem means sins, and Pancha means five, Hari means removes. So, that Vepanari is the place where five types of sins will remove.

The ruler of Thona mandala, who is a great devotee of Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy constructed this temple in 1780, and the remodeled the temple in 1986. The temple has the idols of Astha Lakshmi, and there are in lotus structure, and Kubera Lakshmi temple also constructed within the premises of Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy temple. This temple is famous for Pushkani and Nakshatravana. In Nakshatravana, 27 unique plants resemble the stars.

Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy Devasthanam

Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devasthanam:

The distance that needs to cover for reaching Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devastham from Kanipakam is 11.5 km and the time required to reach Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devasthanam from Kanipakam is 25 mins.

Boyakonda Gangamma temple located in the village of Chowdepalli, Andhra Pradesh. The Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devasthanam dedicated to goddess Gangamma Devi. This temple is one of the ancient temples; the word Boyakonda is a club of two words as Baai and Konda. The word Baai means well, and Konda means hill so that Baikonda means the goddess resides near the well. It’s believed that the water in well cures many skin allergies and by sprinkling the water in fields that yield good crops. One of the interesting thing in this temple is that if the devotes wish for something on placing a flower on the idol of Gangamma, then if the flower falls on to the right, it’s a sign that the wish granted and it falls to the left it’s a negative sign.

Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devasthanam, Diguvapalli

Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam:

The distance that needs to cover for reaching Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devastham from Kanipakam is 28.7  km and the time required to reach Sri Mogileswara Swamy temple from Kanipakam is 44 mins.

Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam located in Mogili. Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devastham dedicated to Lord Shiva.  The temple faces the east with three gopurams. The temple has the idols of Dakshanamurthy, Brahma, and Vishnu. The temple has Devara Konda, which is 3 miles in diameter and 100 feet in height. The lord shiva is first found in under a Mogili tree to Mogilliappa so that this temple named Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam.

Sri Mogileswara Swamy Devasthanam,

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