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If we climb a down and take the Chariot road a turn to the right leads to the river. We reach the temple of Kodandarama. It is about 60 feet above the level of the river. I front of the temple the river flows between two rocky hills and forms a pond. During the rainy season
when the river is in spate the water enters the temple. As the river flows rapidly along the hill it forms a whirlpool. The figures of Rama, Laxmana and Seetha have been engraed. These statues are about 6Ft. high. The temple was built by Chikka Venkatapathiraya of Araveedu dynasty. The tower and the hall were added later.