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Feb 1, 2008

Picture of the Week

An Indian Temple

This picture was taken when we visited Lord Venkateswara temple in Kondabitragunta located in Bogolu mandal, Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It was so peaceful there. This is one of the oldest temples ever built.


Anonymous said... [Reply]

It is a nice picture. From the link we can understand the temple has a long history. Another good thing is even in their web site you can't see the picture that you put here. It is unique and clear. Thanks for sharing

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Anonymous said... [Reply]

pacifying really well................will visit this place for sure this summer.....

Unknown said... [Reply]

Great photo uma.This temple was build by Srikrishnadevaraya who build Tirumala the same time it was build,he had brought 16 brahmin families from Hampi to take care of this temple.This temple has a unique history like Tirumala,a sincere devotee prayers will be done if u pray sincerely its is my personal experience n the experince of others,this is only temple in the world where chakra n sangu of lords deity is in the opposite direction considring other temple,
Once if u visit this site n pray ur prayers will be answered if u are sincere very very pewerful diety n god ,lots of history n story pl contact me or the temple preist he will tell u lots about the temple.
This temple festival is from 16th march to 23rd march in this 19th night is garuda seva n 21st monring 9am is kalyanotvam which is a spectacular to see n spritual to watch,this fesitval is worth watching, its a peaceful area which u will feel from top n below the hill as a abode of god and heaven on earth its is so peaceful,to know me u have to go there and feel it take the spritutual experince on ur own, it is 50 miniutes drive from nellore and 20 miniutes from kavali in andhrapradesh,

Visit this temple once you will feel the diffrence,anymore details pl feel to contact me mohannsn@yahoo.com


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