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  Konaseema (1 day)

Konaseema (One Day) Road Package - 1

Visiting places:
Rajahmundry to Vadapalli to Ryali to Antarvedi to Inavilli to Rajahmundry.
Tour schedule:
Road journey by non a\c bus or vehicles darshan of Sri Venkateswara Swami temple visit to Vadapalli, later on the way temple ‘Ryali’ Sri Jagon Mohan Kesava Swami temple darshan, later on the way ‘Antarvedi’ Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swami temple,later on the way visit “Inavilli” Sri Vara Siddi Vinayaka Swami temple.
Return on the way visit Rajahmundry the famous temple “ISKON” the lard of Sri Krishna.



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In the midst of the lush - green fields of the River Godavari the Konaseema area reminds one of the sanctity and sacred feeling described in the Vaastu Sastra. In this area of Konaseema is AINAVILLI, where the "SIDDI VINAYAKA TEMPLE" is situated. Before performing Daksha Yagna Daksha Prajapati was supposed to have performed puja of Vinayaka at this place for its successful completion. This is written in the "KSHETRA PURANA" of this place.

There is another story that Vyasa Maharshi, during the beginning of his tour of the South, had installed the Son of Parvati at this place and this age - old "SIDDI VINAYAKA" is reputed to fulfill the wishes of his devotees.

In a spacious, elevated area, this temple of Vinayaka stands with idol facing South. With two gopurams and gates, one can approach Vinayaka from the south and Sri Visveswara Swamy from the East.



Also known as "Dakshina Kashi (Kashi of the South), Antarvedi, is an important pilgrim centre in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh state in India, situated at the interior part at East coast. Lord Brahma, in order to get freed from the sins he had committed against Lord Sankara, had performed Rudrayaga and installed Lord Neela kantheswara there. As that place was made a stage or "Vedik" to perform the Yagam, it was named as "ANTARVEDI" It is a small village in Sakhinetipalle Mandal which is located close to Narsapur near the Bay of Bengal Coast and Vashishtha River. This river is said to have been brought by Maharishi Vashishtha, one of the Sapthrishis(seven great sages) of Hindu Mythology. It draws people from far off places throughout the year because of its unique rarity: the confluence or mergence of Bay of Bengal and Vashishtha River, a tributary of River Godavari. The place of confluence where the mighty ocean Bay of Bengal meets the Vashishtha River is called the "Sapta Sagara Sangam Pradesam" and also as "Anna Chelli Gattu". One can even taste the water here as it is not salty but quite

The temple is called as an island temple because of its confluence. This temple is among the rarities as the main Deity i.e. Lord Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy(one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu) who faces towards West instead of East (usual direction of other temples in India) constructed between the 15th and 16th centuries. This is 32 kshetra of 108 Narashima kshetrams. It is a temple of 5 storeyed Vimana Gopuram. As one enters the temple one can Garuda on one side and Bhaktha Anjaneya on the other side of temple entrance. While approaching "Garbha Gudi" (Sanctum Sanctorum) one can see an adorable "Vatapatra Sayi" (Lord Krishna on a palm leaf) on its roof. The idol is made from a single stone. In the Garbha Gudi, one can have a darshan of the magnificient Lord Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy with his Consort Goddess Lakshmi Devi on his lap.


After the darshan, one has to go around the sanctum, as there are different deities. On the east side of the prakaram(wall), is Goddess Rajyalakshmi and Lord Venkateshwara, to the north side is Bhoodevi and Ranganadha Swamy, to the west side of the prakaram is Santhana Gopala Swamy and Keshava Swamy, and finally to the south side of the prakaram is the Acharyas and Alwars sannidhi(small temples) and Chaturbhuja (four-armed) Anjaneya. Apart from the presiding Deity, Lord Narasimha Swamy, there are also Deities of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. A temple of Neelakanteshwara (Lord Shiva) is also present which is located at the other side, almost nearer to the bank of Godavari, also called, Vasishta Godavari is a must see. This deity was installed by Lord Sri Rama and is said to be worshipped by Brahma himself.


sweet!!!! Unbelievable but true!!! This place is the last and the most important of the seven sacred bathing places. It is popularly believed that the Tretha Yugam episode of Ksheera Sagara Mathanam took place here




"Ryali" in telugu means falling. According to the legend "Bhagavatam" the Devatas and Rakshas were quarrelling over sharing of holy Devine nectar.Seeing this, "Sri Maha Vishnu" came to the rescue of Devatas in the guise of Mohini (a beautiful woman) and convinced both the rivalry groups promising to distribute holy Devine nectar in equal share to Devatas and Rakshas. But in the interest of universal peace the Devine nectar was distributed among Devatas alone and after which Mohini disappeared. Lord Siva happened to see the fascinating beauty of Mohini. He chased her for getting for a while in the presence of his consort Parvathi Devi. As he was chasing her, flower from the plait of Mohini fell down and was smelt by Lord Siva. He surprisingly found "Sree Maha Vishnu" in the form of Mohini and felt shy for his behavior. The place where the flower from the plait of Mohini fell was named as RYALI.

Konaseema (One Day) Road Package - 2
Visiting places:
Rajahmundry to Dwarapudi to Bikkavolu to Gollala Mavidada to Samalkota to Kotipalli to Draksharam.
Tour Schedule:
Road journey by non a/c or a/c vehicles visit to “Dwarapudi Sri Ayyappa Swamy” temple, later visit on the temple “Sri Vara Siddi Vinayaka temple Bikkavolu”. Later visit “Gollalamamidada Sri Suryanarayana Murty” temple, later on the visit “Samalkot sri Kumara Bhimeswaraswami” temple one of pancharamas. Later visit “Kotipalli Sri Sidda Janardhna Swami” Sivalayam. Later visit “Sri Bhimeswara Swami temple” one of Pancharama’s Godes Manikyamba Ammavaru are among 18 Sakthi Peetams in india. Later visit return on the way Rajahmundry the famous temple “ISKON” the lord of Sri Krishna.



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Biccavolu contains about six temples built by Eastern Chalukyas out of which, the temple of Lord Golingeshwara is the biggest. This is one of the beautiful temples built during those times. It has a wealth of iconographic material, as all around it, and a beautiful Shivalingam and 33 lines Shasanam on the door jambs. The striking Garbha Gudi(sanctum sanctorum), the Antaralas (passages), the Mukha Mandapams (main hall) and other Mandapams adds to the beauty of the temple. As you enter the temple, there is a Mandapam that leads you to Mukha Mandapam. The Mandapam has a small shrine to its southern entrance. The Mukha Mandapam walls are decorated with pilasters (ornamental and structural columns) and screens and it houses three small shrines. In the Mukha Mandapam, there are two masterpieces- one is the figure of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi in the form of Alingana Chandra Sekhara Murthy and the other is that of Lord Ganesha in a seated posture. There is a narrow passage between the Mukha Mandapam and another Mandapam. As you go further you enter the Antarala of the temple, which is a bit narrow and

devoid of any decoration. This Antarala leads you to the Garbha Gudi (sanctum sanctorum) of Golingeshwara Swamy Temple. The idol in the sanctum sanctorum is a Shiva Lingam made of black granite. The walls of the sanctum sanctorum are decorated with Kostas that has sculptures, recesses and projections with pilasters. The Kostas are surmounted by Makaratoranams . The pillars on the wall have simple brackets capitals. Above the capital is a row of dwarfs and just above it there is a Kapota adorned with Simhalalata gables. Beyond this, there is a row of superb carvings in series. The Vimana (temple tower) above the Garbha Gudi contains a row of pillars and row of beams that ends at its base. Above this you can find twelve beam heads, two steps and a narrow Gala. Above the Gala is a Nagara Shikharam with a gable on each

side. Above this, is a striking Kalasham placed in a double lotus. All in all, this temple takes you back in times when the temple was at the peak of glory. Truly grand isn’t it

DWARAPUDI TEMPLE: Dwarapudi-which is known as `Andhra Sabarimala' and abode temple of Swamy Ayyappa was crowded on Saturday evening to have `makara darshan'. Thousands of Ayyappa devotees, who cannot afford to go to Sabarimala to have makara darshan thronged to Dwarapudi from Saturday morning. In 1989, Swamy Ayyappa panchaloha idol was installed in Dwarapudi temple in Mandapeta mandal of East Godavari district, by Swami Jayendra Saraswati and the largest Haihara statute, the holy 18 steps and group of temples in one huge complex are the main attraction for this Ayyappa temple.


Bhimeswara Temple, Samarlakota

Samarlakota is 12 kms far from Kakinada which is the district head quarters for East Godavari region. Samarlakota other than its historical importance plays a pivotal point of connectivity to different places of the state and thus making a place for all important trains to pass through. The original name was Samalkot, however in the native language the name is pronounced as Samarlakota.


This important place of pilgrimage importance is 125 kms from vizag, the port city of Andhra Pradesh and 150 kms to Vijayawada. A canal of Godavari river flows between Bhimavaram and Samalkot as of today.

The temple has a mandapa (Mandapa is a place for performing ceremonies) that’s supported by 100 pillar and is of great architectural importance. The temples courtyards has a ekasila nandi (A Bull carved out single stone) guarding the Shiva Linga. Godess Bala Tripura Sundari (Incarnation of goddess parvathi consort of Lord Shiva) is enshrined at the ground floor of the temple. The main entrance of the temple is also called as Surya Dwaram.

This temple also has historical importance associated to its existence, as the region of samalkot was ruled by eastern chalukyas, a south Indian dynasty who ruled in between 07th century to 1130 CE. The temple is said to be constructed in 09th century by Chalukyas. The episodes on god and other mythological tales on gods and nature spirits are carved on the temple premises.

The local diety’s Maridamma’s temple is located at Peddapuram which is very near to Samalkot. There is also near by place which is called as Pandava metta which holds a story that Pandavas (Mahabharata) while in exile had come to stay there.

KOTIPALII TEMPLE:Someswaram or Kotipalli (Kumararama) an important pilgrimage center in coastal Andhra Pradesh, one of the five well known pancharama shrines dedicated to Shiva in Andhra Pradesh is rich in legend and tradition and is held in great regard. Kotipalli also known as Koti Theertham is located at the confluence of the river Godavari with the sea. This holy river which is very famous for its sacred water was brought by Gowtham Maharshi. If a person takes a bath in these holy waters of Gowthami at Kotipalli they will be purified from all kinds of sins. For time immemorial it has been believed that a ritual bath in the river Godavari at Kotipalli is symbolic of a new beginning in life, a change in direction, of forgiveness of heinous sins committed by repentant souls especially in the month of Kartika, and on Maha Shivaratri. Every day in the early hours the Abhishekam for the Lord is done with this Koti Theertham water which is brought by Archakas

DRAKHARAM TEMPLE:Draksharamam, is one of the most frequented pilgrim centre of South India. It is one of the Shiva Pancharamas and one of 18 Shakti Peethas. It is famous as both Shiva kshetra and Shakti kshetra. Lord Bheemeswara swamy and Manikyamba are main the deities here. This place is also called as Dakshina Kashi.

There is an interesting legend regarding the name of this place and existence of Lord Shiva in this place. During Tarakasura vadha, the Shiva Linga which was in the throat of Tarakasura broke into five pieces and one of the pieces fell here. Thereafter, it came to be known as Draksharamam.

After the death of Sati, the 12th part of her body i.e. her left cheek fell here which is now known in the form of Goddess Manikyamba.

The temple is a 2 storied complex and looks like a fort. It has 2 Prakarams(paths). The outer Prakaram has 4 entrances in 4 different directions with beautifully carved Gopurams and each of the entrance is known in the form of 4 different forms of Goddesses i.e. Gogulamma, Nookambika, Moodhambike, GhattambikeIn this temple we can see Lord Bheemeswar Swamy, who is the main deity in the form of a tall Shiva Lingam. The Shiva Lingam is nearly 9 ft. A flight of steps leads one to the upper level of the Sanctum where one can see the upper part of Lord Bheemeswar Swamy. The speciality of this Shiva Lingam is that, the early morning tender Sun light falls on the Shiva Lingam. The Shiva linga is of a crystal texture. There are black stripes on the upper part. These are said to be the markings of the tiger skin worn by Lord Shiva when He was in disguise of a Hunter when he fought with Arjuna.

Manikyamba Devi’s shrine is present in backside of the temple at the left corner. Goddess face is looking towards left, signifying her as Vamachara Devatha.Lord Vishnu shrine is present at the entrance of main temple. He is the Kshetrapalaka of Draksharamam. Lord Vishnu is present here along with his consort, Lakshmi Devi.

There are other small shrines inside the main temple premises. To name a few, there is the, Praakara Bhairavudu, Viroopa, Natarajeshwar, Vaamana, Visheshwara, Dancing Ganapathi, Dundhi Ganapathi, Goddess Kanakadurga and Goddess Annapurna and Kashi Vishweshwara Swamy temple which faces south is on the right side of Bheemeshwara Swamy temple.

For performing puja (Abhisheka), water from Sapta (seven) Godavari Kundam (pond) is used as it is considered sacred. Legend has it that the Saptamaharishis (Seven Sages) to achieve the ends of their penance divided the Akhanda (unbranched) Godavari River into seven different streams. Out of these seven streams, Draksharamam. Bharadhwaja, Viswamitra and Jamadagni streams known as Antarvahinis, were believed to have gone underground. These streams later merged at this pond and was thereafter were called Sapta Godavari Kundam.

Konaseema (One Day) Road Package - 3
Visiting places:
Rajahmundry to Ryali to Penugonda to Bhimavaram to Palakol to Antarvedi to Rajahmundry.
Tour Schedule:
Road journey by non a/c or a/c vehicles visit to “Ryali” Sri Jagon Mohana Kesava Swami temple, On the way “Penugonda” Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Maata temple visit, later visit Sri Bhimeswara Swami” temple of five pancharama’s. Later visit Palakol Sri Ksheera Rama Lingeswara Swamy temple of five pancharama’s. Later on the visit “Antarvedi” Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swami temple, later visit Rajahmundry famous temple of “ISKON” the lord of Sri Krishna temple then visit.



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