MAHANANDI KSHETHRA – NAGA NANDI

It is now in the temple of Sri Anjaneya Swamy at Nandyal town. Long ago naga with the fear of Garutmanta meditated Nandivahana (Siva). So it is named “Naga Nandi” Nandi Vahana or Parama Siva was pleased and protected them. Festivities are arranged in Dasara and Sri Ramanavami Festivals. Marriages…

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Mahanandi Kshethra – PRADHAMA NANDI

Pradhama Nandi is in the east-south side of the Nandyal town on the bank of a small canal named ‘Chama Kaluva’. Vidhata or Brahma meditated about Paramsiva. Siva blessed him and existed there as Pradhama Nandeeswara. Parvathi Devi is famous here by name Sri Kedareswari Devi. Through out the month…

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Mahanandi Kshethra – NEW TOWER

The second compound wall and the tower are constructed  recently. As parama siva said to the king Nandana in his dream  he existed in nine places called Navanandis (Nava Nandulu). The  place surrounding these Nava Nandis is called ‘Nandi Mandala’ NANDI Generally we think that siva rides on Nandi. Siva…

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Mahanandi Kshethra – JIN A SANKARA TAPOVANAM

Brahmeebhutha Sri Sri Sri Swamy Ramakrishnananda established an Ashram named Jina Sankara Tapovanam in 2kms away from Mahanadi on the bus route to Nandyal (via) Gajulapalli railway station. He made it the spiritual training centre. Satsanga programmes are conducted there on important days. Devotees and shakes (practitioners) use to attend…

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Mahanandi Kshethra – RUDRA GUNDAM

Rudra Gundam was repaired and steps for four sides were constructed by the devotees. Pancha lingas were stayed in the temple in the middle of the pond. (Swamy’s Pushkarini) 1) Pridhvi (Bhu) Linga 2) Jala (Water) Linga 3) Thejo (Fire) Linga 4) Vayu (Wind) Linga 5) Akasa (Sky) Linga. Are…

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