Sri Talupulamma Ammavari Temple
Andhra Pradesh, East Godavari
Located in Nandivampu, East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, Sri Thalupulamma Talli temple is a temple dedicated to Sri Talupulamma Ammavaru. Situated on a hillock between Darakonda and Teegakonda hills, the temple is popular among devotees who own a new vehicle as the owners of new vehicles seeks blessing at this temple.
According to the legends, the great Sage Agastya settled down at this place and meditated. It is believed that he used to eat fruits and drink water from these mountains and he named these mountains as Darakonda and Teegakonda.
There is a long and steep flight of steps starting from the ornate entrance getaway that leads up to the sanctum of Goddess Thalupulamma Thalli. The internal walls of the temple are sculpted with lots of images of god and goddesses. There is a Ganesh idol placed in the middle of the temple steps.
Timings : Morning 06:00 AM To 06:00 PM
Wear modest clothes and avoid shorts for men
Talupulamma Talli Lova Temple is ensconced between two hillocks which are covered by forests and the view down the valley below is simple remarkable. The place is just one of the many places of East Godavari that is known for its remarkable natural beauty. East Godavari is also known as ‘Gods Own District’ as there are many beautiful locales here. Talupulamma Talli is located near the famous temple town of Annavaram and is not only thronged by ardent devotees and owners of new vehicles but also by nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.
Sri Talupulamma Ammavari Devasthanam, Lova,Tuni(m),East Godavari District,Andhra Pradesh 533401
The nearest airport is at Rajahmundry which is 103 km away.
The nearest railway station is at Tuni which is 8 km away.
1. The nearest bus station is at Tuni. Bus frequency is quite from Thuni to Temple.
2. Temple is 10 km from Tuni and 4 km from National High. Sri Talupulamma Ammavari Devasthamam is located 70 Km from Kakinada, 106 Km from Rajahmundry, and 176 Km from Amalapuram (via Rajahmundry) and 8 km from Tuni. The temple is situated about 6 Km adjacent to NH-5 and about 8 Km from Tuni Railway station. And from there only bus transportation is available and that too special. The nearest railway stations are Tuni and Annavaram. One must make sure that the trains stop here as this is a two way broad gauge route and most of the trains are super-fast. Though one can travel by road with a lot of options available, renting a vehicle will always the best option to reach this Temple.
Morning pooja and arati starts from 06:00 AM. Daily astotram to be preformed from 07:30 AM onwards
The important festival celebrated in this temple falls in Chaitra Masam (March/April) every year, in Bahula Vidhiya, Tadhiya, for a period of about 15 days and also during Aashadha Maasam (June/July).