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Annavaram




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Hindu Books > Temples And Legends of India > Temples And Legends Of Andhrapradesh > Annavaram

Temples and Legends of Andhra Pradesh Introduction

Annavaram, which is situated in the East Godavari District, of Andhra Pradesh, is famous as the seat of a temple, to the Lord Sri Veera Venkata Satyanarayana-swami varu.

The name of the Goddess is Ananta- lakshmi Satyavathi Ammavaru. The Southern Railway and the Grand Northern Trunk Road can reach Annavaram.

The nearest railway station is Annavaram, which is two miles from the temple. The mail does not stop at Annavaram, and the nearest mail halting stations are Tuni and Peddapuram, which are at a distance of eleven and sixteen miles respectively from Annavaram.

There is a regular bus service to this village. Buses running from Kakinada to Tuni, Rajahmundry to Tuni, and Yele- swaram to Tuni, pass through Annavaram, touching the foot of the hill where the temple is situated.

The distance from the foot of the hill to the temple is about four furlongs. From the foot of the hill, to the top o . f the hill, there is a proper path, well laid out with stone steps.

Author : Shri N.Ramesan




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