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Temples

Sri Chowdeshwari Devi Temple

Andhra Pradesh, Kurnool

Sri Chowdeshwari Devi Temple is a famous temple dedicated to Goddess Sri Chowdeshwari Devi. The temple was built by King Nandana Chakravarthy. In earlier days, Nandavaram was called as Nandavarapuram and in much earlier days it was called as Anandavarapuram.

Legend

According to the legends, King Nanda Chakravarthy used to visit Kasi every day at 4´┐Żo clock in the morning and return back before dawn using a Mantra Shakti. The King told where he was going everyday in detail to his wife as she insisted on knowing about his absence in the morning. Next day, the King took his wife along with him to visit Kasi. The queen was having her monthly monthly and the Mantra Shakti lost its power due to that. The King so...View more

Architecture

The actual deity that was present in the temple was so fearful to watch with the human eye and the powerful aura it carried made many a heart fail on seeing it. Therefore, the doors of the garbha griha were permanently closed and then another deity was made, which resembled the actual deity in posture, only less fearful to look at. The temple structure was elevated so that the current deity sits exactly above the place where the original deity re...View more

Darsan Info

Timings :

05:30 AM to 01:00 PM & 03:00 PM to 08:30 PM 

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Darsan Dresscode

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Culture

The culture of Kurnool is fascinating and captivating. It tells us about the people of the place, their lifestyle and their beliefs. Observing the culture of Kurnool gives you a fair idea about the traditions and practices that are still followed by the locals. The festivals, the events, the attractions, all reflect the culture of Kurnool in one way or the other. Tourism has picked up in the last decade or so and the local people are generally quite friendly towards the tourists. Come and be mesmerized by the intoxicating culture of Kurnool.

Location and Contact

Banaganapalli Mandal, Kurnool, Nandavaram, Andhra Pradesh 518124

085220 43231

Nandavaram village is located between Panyam and Banagana Palli/ Banaganapalle road.The distance of this temple from nearby places are: Banaganapalli [11km] Panyam [19 km] Yaganti [21 km] Nandyal [32 km] Mahanandi [49 km] Kurnool [75 km] Hyderabad [287 km] Bangalore [348 km] 
BY TRAIN: The nearest railway station is at Nandyal [32 km]
BY BUS: Nandavaram is well connected with road networks coming from Nandyal and Banagana Pally.
BY AIR: The nearest Airport is in Kadapa and Hyderabad.

Additional Info

  1. Free accommodation facility is available at Nandavaram temple.
    Arya Vysya Nithya Anna Dhana Sathram,Nandavareeka Nitya Anna Satram, [Nandavareeka Bhavanam - Adjacent to the temple], Brahmana Anna Dana Satram/Karim Hotel
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  2. Indicash Atm
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Temple Rituals

Morning pooja and arati starts from 05:30 AM

Regular Offerings

Not Available

Special Rituals

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Famous Festival

The main festivals celebrated in Nandavaram are Chowdeshwari Jatra and Devi Navaratrulu.

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