Saturday, 20 September 2014

History of Devuni kadapa Temple

History of  Devuni kadapa Temple

Devuni Kadapa is additionally called Tirumala TholiGadapa. Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Swamy Devasthanam. The place Kadapa is called once the word Gadapa that is originated from the word “Devuni Gadapa” means that “Entrance for The Lord Venkateswara Swamy”. The Idol of the Lord Venkateswara has been established by Kripacharya, thence the traditional name of Devuni kadapa is additionally mentioned in puranas as “Kripavathi Kshetram”. Pilgrims WHO are on the point of visit Lord Venkateswara `this is because 1st they need to hope Annamacharya and potuluri veerabramhendra swamy. This temple is extremely far-famed in kadapa district, people from numerous places visit this temple, and this temple is mostly crowded on Saturdays.

Another feature of this temple is its individuality of lord venkateswara options AN idol of lord anjaneya in its reverse. Devuni kadapa is made in vijayanagara kind of architecture; This temple has spectacular sculpture and design of dance lord Ganapathi at mukha mandapam.

This temple is simply 7km  from kadpa railway station, 4.5km away from kadapa town bus terminal. This temple has kasi balli which individuals believe that if there’s any dosham (ill effects) due to balli (lizard) those doshams shall be clean by touching the kasi balli on the roof of temple.

This  Temple additionally has padmavati ammavaru, that usually pilgrims visit once visiting lord venkateswara. Prasadams like laddu and pulihora are offered here at Temple. The Temple also has the ability of tonsure, a custom in Hindu faith to induce head clean-shaven.

The place wherever Devuni kadapa is settled now’s additionally called patha kadapa (old kadapa). Utsavas and each puja would be done as same in tirumala. Pilgrims from numerous countries and states in India who would like to go to Venkateswara swamy temple in Tirupathi will shall visit devuni kadapa temple, generally, Devuni kadapa temple is extremely crowded  at the time of Utsavas. Devuni Kadapa is an archaeological treasure.