Epic Story Of Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple

Epic story of Kanipakam temple  About the Kanipakam Temple – The meaning of Kanipakam derives as “Kani” means wetland and “Pakam” means flow of water into wetland. The History of the Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple is very great.


Epic story of Kanipakam temple


Devasthanam will provide accommodation in Kanipakam to all the visiting devotees for their stay with Miserable and reasonable charges along with the accommodations many kind of Seva’s and pooja timings of Kanipakam temple. In Kanipakam many Major Festival celebrated in Kanipakam.

Epic story of Kanipakam temple

As per the myth of the temple – there were three brothers and three of them are handicap Dumb, Deaf and Blind. They were making out their livelihood by cultivating a small piece of land.

As we know in olden days water was drained from the well by way. So one of them used to water the field through the canals, the other two used to work on the Piccota.

One day they foundthat the water in the well got dried up and they could no longer stay their work. Then one of them got into the well and started digging it up.He was occupied aback to see the iron toolstriking a stone like metal

After some time, he was shocked to see emission of blood from it.In a few seconds the entire water in the well, turned red in colorlike blood.


Epic story of Kanipakam temple

Epic story of Kanipakam temple

Thus, they were surprised by this greatvision all the three became normal getting clear of their misshapenness. After knowing this miracle all the villagers were crowded to the well and tried to expand the well further.

But their attempt proved useless because the ‘swayambhu’ idol emerged from the spinning waters.

Finally they offered many number of coconuts with all prayers- humility dip before the new idol give “MANGALHARATHI” etc. They confirmed the ideal of “SWAYAMBHU” and offered number of coconuts.


Epic story of Kanipakam temple


Epic story of Kanipakam temple coconuts water flowed into the channel to a distance of more than one and a quarter acres. This indication to the change in the usage of the Tamil word “KANIPARAKAM” and later pronounced as KANIPAKAM.

Even today the idol is in the original well and the springs of the well are constant and the undying. In the rainy season, the holy water from the well overflows.

The other wonder feature of the idol is that it is still growing in size. At present, we can see the laps and the stomach of the idol. There are many different prominent visiting places near Kanipakam.

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