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Ryali Sri Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy Temple is present in Ryali village, East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.

Lord Shiva is the presiding deity of this temple and is worshiped here as Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy.

Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy Temple in Ryali
Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy Temple

Lord Brahma is said to have installed this idol in this place and has performed abishekam to the Sivalingam with his Kamandalam.

That's why Lord Shiva was given the name of Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy at this temple.

Uma Kamandaleswara Swamy Temple Info:



Primary Deity Lord Shiva
Village Ryali
Taluka/Tehsil Atreyapuram
District East Godavari
State Andhra Pradesh
Pincode 533236
Major Festivals Maha Shivratri

Sri Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy Temple present in Ryali (village), Atreyapuram (Mandal) is dedicated to Lord Vishnu in the form of Jaganmohini.

This famous temple is present.in East Godavarai district of Andhra Pradesh.

Ryali Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy Temple - Andhra Pradesh
Ryali Jaganmohini Kesava Swamy Temple

This ancient temple was built in 11th Century A.D by the Chalukya-Chola ruler Raja Vikrama Deva.

The temple was completely renovated and modernized in 1980s as it became a major pilgrimage destination in north coastal Andhra Pradesh.

This is a very famous temple in Konaseema region.

Alopi Devi Mandir, present at Alopi Bagh in Allahabad (officially known as Prayagraj), Uttar Pradesh is considered one of the Ashta Dasa Shakti Peethas in India.

Alopi Devi Mandir Info:


Primary Deity Goddess Durga (Alopi Devi)
Locale Alopibagh
City Prayagraj (Allahabad)
State Uttar Pradesh
Pincode 211006
Phone 080816 20023
Major Festivals Dussehra and Navratri

Alopi Devi Mandir at Alopi Bagh - Allahabad

Many visitors prefer to visit Prayag (Allahabad) and Gaya temples in their Kashi Yatra trip.


Goddess Alopi Mata / Madhaveswari (Lalitha) is the primary deity of this temple.

Alopi Devi Mandir Alopi Bagh Allahabad UP

The peculiarity of Alopi Devi Mandir is that no statue or murti of the goddess Shakti is worshiped in this temple, but rather that there is an empty wooden carriage or 'Doli' worshiped by the devotees.

Shri Jagannath Temple, which is located on Road No. 12 of Banjara Hills, Hyderabad is a modern temple built by the local Odia community in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad Jagannath Temple Info:


Primary Deity Lord Jagannath
Locale Banjara Hills
Date Built 2009
Major Festival Rath Yatra
District Hyderabad
State Telangana
Pincode 500034
Phone 040-23557388 (Temple)

Shri Jagannath Temple in Banjara Hills

This temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath (Lord Krishna incarnation of Lord Vishnu).


Jagannath Temple Complex:


Shri Jagannath temple complex in Hyderabad is a perfect replica of the original Puri Jagannath temple in Odisha.

Puri Jagannath Temple in Hyderabad

Undavalli Caves are ancient four-story rock-cut caves dating back to the 4th and 5th century AD located in Undavalli village of Guntur District in Andhra Pradesh, India.

Undavalli Caves Info:


Location Penumaka - Vijayawada Rd, Near Prakasam Barrage
Date Built 4th to 5th A.D.
Architecture Indian Rock-cut
Attraction Lord Vishnu as Padmanabha in reclining position
Timings Daily: Morning 9:00 AM to Evening 5:30 PM
Pincode 522501

Undavalli Caves near Vijayawada - History, Timings and Attractions
Undavalli Caves

These caves are located just 10 km south-west of Vijayawada, near Prakasam Barrage, which connects Krishna and Guntur districts. These caves are located on the banks of Krishna River.

Undavalli Caves Vijayawada History

These ancient rock-cut cave temples are carved out of a hill of sandstone and are located at a distance of 35 km from the city of Guntur.


These protected cave monuments are associated with Vishnukundina kings and were once used by the Buddhist monks as their resting places.


This is an ideal place to go with kids, hangout with family members and friends.

Undavalli Caves in Guntur District

Official language spoken at Undavalli is Telugu.

Varanasi, Kashi or Banaras is considered one of the oldest living cities in the world.

Present on the banks of the holy river Ganga, the city is visited by pilgrims and devotees from all over the world.

Ghats of Varanasi (A series of steps that lead you down to a river) are the main source of attractions of tourism in Varanasi. Many of these ancient ghats have been rebuilt over the years and have a unique story to their credit.

Many pilgrims and devotees congregate at Varanasi ghats and take a boat trip to experience the scenic beauty of the famous ghats.


There are as many as 88 ghats in Varanasi city.



The most popular and important ghats among them are Assi Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat and Panchganga Ghat just to name a few.

Manikarnika Ghat and Harishchandra Ghat are best known as a traditional cremation ghats.

Ghats List

  1. Assi Ghat
  2. Dashashwamedh Ghat
  3. Manikarnika Ghat
  4. Scindia Ghat
  5. Panchganga Ghat
  6. Harishchandra Ghat
  7. Lalita Ghat
  8. Shivala Ghat
  9. Hanuman Ghat
  10. Tulsi Ghat
  11. Nepali Ghat
  12. Ganga Mahal Ghat
  13. Ram Ghat
  14. Man Mandir Ghat
  15. AhilyaBai Ghat
  16. Kedar Ghat
  17. Vijayanagaram Ghat
  18. Meer Ghat
  19. Bachraj Ghat
  20. Jain Ghat
  21. Chet Singh Ghat
  22. Munshi Ghat
  23. Darbhanga Ghat
  24. Dandi Ghat
  25. Tripura Bhairavi Ghat
  26. Bhonsale Ghat
  27. Panchakot Ghat
  28. Rana Mahal Ghat
  29. Mansarover Ghat
  30. Reewa Ghat
  31. Narad Ghat

Assi Ghat


Assi Ghat is one of the very famous ghat mentioned in Puranas located at southern end of Varanasi city at the confluence of Assi and Ganga rivers.

Assi Ghat - Varanasi
Assi Ghat

This ghat has easy access to several lodges and popular locations in Varanasi.

This is one of the most preferred ghat of the Varanasi during the festival period. It is also a best ghat where tourists can start their boat trips along the holy river Ganga.

According to an ancient history, Goddess Durga killed the demons Shumbha and Nishumbha and threw her sword in the Assi river.

That's why on the banks of the Assi river this holy ghat is present today.

Sri Vengamamba Perantalu Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Vengamamba in Narrawada village.

This small historic temple village is located just 8.5 km away from the headquarter Duttalur in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh state.

Narrawada Temple Info:


Primary Deity Goddess Vengamamba
Locale Narrawada
District Spsr Nellore
State Andhra Pradesh
Pincode 524222
Phone 08629 240636

Narrawada Vengamamba Perantalu Temple

The main attraction of this place is Vengamamba Thirunala. It is conducted in a grand manner in the months of June-July attracting Vengamamba devotees from all corners of Andhra Pradesh and other nearby states.


A large arch at the entrance welcomes you to the Vengamamba Temple.

Narrawada Sri Vengamamba Perantalu Temple

About Narrawada:

Varanasi is an ancient city known for its collection of sacred temples on the banks of the holy river Ganges in the state of Uttar Pradesh in Northern India.

Varanasi is known with different names like Banaras (Benares), Kashi (Kasi) and played a vital role in the development of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism.

Temples of Varanasi - Kashi Temples
Temples of Varanasi - Kashi Temples

Varanasi is present between the Ganges confluence with two rivers: the Varuna and the Assi stream. The city has many holy temples built in different times by different kings, monasteries, saints and communities throughout history.