Laxmi Narasimha Swamy Temple:
The Lord Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple is one of the most famous temple Located in Garlavoddu village, Enkoor Mandal, Khammam district. The temple was founded by late Sri Maddigunta Thirupathaiah and is presently under the management of Sri Maddigunta Narasimha Rao.
History of Laxmi Narasimha Swamy Temple:
This temple is founded by Sri Maddigunta Thirupathaiah s/o Basavaiah, he was constructed in the temple 1963 by seeking the permission from grama panchayat by spending his personal funds without collecting donations from any sector and start construction 7-2-1963.
Temple is divided into three segments horizontal and vertical planes. Have three segments the vertical planes are inner spectrum sanatorium, the middle structure towers, and the tip of the tower (gopuram).
It open’s from morning 5 am to afternoon 1:15 pm and reopens from evening 5’30 pm to 7’30pm
Regular Temple services:
5 a.m Mangala vaidhyam
5:30 A.M Suprabhatham
6 A.M TO 7 A.M Aradhana program
8 A.M to 8-30 A.M Balaboga Naivedyam, theertha prasadam distribution
11-30 to 1 P.M Special pooja’s for devotees
1-15 P.M This temple closed for a morning session
5-30 P.M The temple reopens
7-00 P.M Aradhana program
7-30 p.m Temple will close for the day
Festivals celebrated at Sri Laxmi Narasimha Swamy festival:
Swamy kalyanam performed in every year in the month of May.
On Monday’s and Saturday, the temple will reopen 3’pm
- In Vaisakha Masam 9 days Brahmotsavam will be performed for Laxmi Narasimha Swamy
- On Tholi Ekadashi festival Keesha abhishekam will be performed for Swamy.
- In Sravanamasam, andalamma birthday celebrations will be performed.
- On Dasara festivals, semi pooja will be performed.
- On Dhanur Masam, andalamma seva will be performed.
- On Kartika masam, akasha deepam pooja will be performed.
Temple Images :
HOW TO REACH:
The Laxmi Narasimha Swamy temple is located at garlavoddu village, 45 km from Khammam, and 35km from kothagudam. There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Garlavoddu Village.