Famous Temples in Kadapa District:
In Kadapa district lots of temples are there. Famous temples in kadapa district are vontimitta ramalayam temple, gandi anjaneya temple, Eshwari Devi Matham, Narapura Venkateswara Temple and Pushpagiri Temple Complex.
Kadapa Temples List:
The Kodandarama Temple (vontimitta temple) is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Rama in Vontimitta, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located in the Kadapa district of Rajampet taluk. It is 25 kilometers (16 miles) from Kadapa and is near Rajampet.
Vontimitta Temple Timings:
Vontimitta Ramalayam Timings are 5.15 am – 8.45 pm
Gandi Anjaneya Temple:
The Sri Veeranjaneya Temple, also known as the Gandi Kshetram, is a Hindu temple in Gandi, Andhra Pradesh, India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Anjaneya (Hanuman), who is known in this temple as Veeranjaneya.
Gandi Anjaneya Swamy Temple Timings :
Morning: 7 am – 1 pm
Afternoon: 3 pm – 7 pm
Eshwari Devi Matham:
Eshwari Devi Matham is a well-known pilgrimage center in Brahmamgari Matham, a mandal in the YSR district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Sree Veerabrahmendra Swamy’s sajeeva samadhi and Sri Eshwari Devi’s jeeva samadhis are both located here. Eshwari Devi is Pothuluri Veerabrahmendra Swamy’s granddaughter. Govinda swami (older son of Pothuluri Veerabrahmendra Swamy) and Girimamba were the ancestors of Eshwari Devi. Kashamamba, Kalamamba, Sharavamba, and Shankaramamba were her siblings, and she was Govinda swami’s oldest daughter.
Kalagnanam and miracles:
She wrote kalagnanam, preaching Veerabrahmendra kalagnanam and advaitha siddantham, same like Pothuluri Veerabrahmendra Swamy. Eshwaramma varu’s kalagnanam may be seen in the villages of Kongala Ramapuram and Kona Samudram, where they are undergoing daily poojas in the temples. Chatukonda Chengayya Shetty and Yogi Subbayyacharya were Eshwari Devi ammavaru’s main disciples, and they accompanied Ammavaru all around India. She performed wonders such as making shaapa vimochanam for the bramha rakshasi in Badvel village and lighting lamps with water in Vinukonda village.
Narapura Venkateswara Temple:
Sri Narapura Venkateswara Temple is a Hindu-Vaishnavite temple in Jammalamadugu, Andhra Pradesh, India. The temple is devoted to Lord Venkateswara, also known as Narapura Venkateswara, a Vishnu avatar. Tirumala Tirupat i Devasthanams are currently in charge of the temple. In the month of Vaisakha, which falls in May, the annual Brahmotsavams will be held for nine days.
Pushpagiri Temple Complex:
Pushpagiri Temple Complex is a temple complex in Andhra Pradesh, India, located in the Kadapa district. It was founded in the 7th century CE and is linked to some of the region’s oldest temple congregations. It is not to be confused with the Buddhist remains of Odisha’s Pushpagiri Vihara.
The origins of the temple complex are the subject of several stories. According to tradition, it was created during the Satya Yuga when Garuda accidentally spilt a drop of ambrosia into the nearby lake while attempting to liberate his mother from enslavement. Another tradition holds that Lord Rama worshipped Lord Vaidyanatheswara here during the Treta Yuga, and the flowers utilized in the ceremony collected to the point where a flowery mound was formed, hence the name Pushpagiri.
Because of its renown for worshippers giving up their lives in devotion to Lord Shiva, the Skand Purana’s Srisaila Khanda celebrates this temple as ‘Nirvrutti Sangameswara.’