Sri Nettikanti Anjaneya Swamy Vari Temple
Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur
Nettikanti Anjaneya Swamy Vari Temple is a famous pilgrim center dedicated to Lord Hanuman located in Kasapuram Village, in Anantapur District, Andhra Pradesh. The Anjaneya idol at this temple was installed by Sree Vyasaraya. The temple got its name as Nettikanti because the lord sees his devotees with his the right eye.
According to the legends, Sri Vyasarajaru was an ardent devotee of Lord Anjaneya lived in the 15th century. He installed this 500 year old Lord Hanuman idol in Kasapuram village during his religious tour. One day, Vyasaraya saw Lord Hanuman in his dream, who told him about the idol underneath the soil and over it was to be seen withered Neem Tree and that it would become fresh the moment Vyasaraya reaches the said spot. Next day, located the spot...View more
in his dream at Nettikallu village and asked the villagers to dig the place. A 10 feet idol of Lord Anjaneya was discovered. The idol was reinstalled at the present place.
The temple has been constructed according to Dravidian style of architecture. The idol in this temple is carved out in such a manner that the right eye is visible and lord sees his devotees with his right eye and satisfies their desires. The temples outer walls are sculpted with images of different gods.
Timings : 04:30 AM To 08:00 PM
Andhra Pradesh, also known as the Rice Bowl of India is like a melting pot of varied cultures. It is a region which has been governed by different dynasties and empires. This diverse exposure to the cultures and traditions of the empires has had an indelible influence in forming the Culture of Andhra Pradesh. The conglomeration of many cultures has formed the present day culture of the region. Some of the primary rulers of the region were the Ikshvakus, Pallavas, Chalukyas, Kakatiyas, Vijayanagars and Mughals.
Kasapuram, Guntakal Mandal, Kasapuram, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh 515803
Buses are the best mode of transportation in rural areas where no railway lines exists.
The nearest airport to Guntakal town is present at Bellary, Karnataka [76 km].
Guntakal is the 5th largest Railway station in Andhra Pradesh and is well-connected with other popular places of the country. It is a popular railway junction in Rayalaseema zone. One can easily reach Guntakal town by train, bus and by other mode of transportation. From there, one can reach Kasapuram village either by taking a bus or hiring a sharing auto. This temple is very near to Guntakal Junction and is at a distance of 5 KMs from Guntakal which in its turn is an important railway junction connecting Chennai & Mumbai by train route. It is very near to Gooty which is on NH 7 (national highway) road connecting Hyderbad and Bangalore. From Gooty, Guntakal is connected by NH 63 and is at a distance of 35 KMs.
Daily morning seva's to be performed inside the temple - 04:30 AM to 05:30 AM
Mangala Vayidyam, Prathakala Pooja, Swamy Vari Alankarana - 06:00 AM to 12:00 PM Arjitha Seva, Archana, Aaku Pooja, Sahasranamarchana - 03:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Arjitha Seva and Darshanam - 8:00 PM
Maha Mangala Harathi and Prasada Viniyogam
Ugadi Utsavamulu Rathotsavam, Sree Seeta Ramachandra swamy vari tiru kalyana mahotsavam, Hanuman Jayanthi, Guru Poornima