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Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple at Narasingarao Pet, Gudur


Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple in Narasingarao Pet is a must visit temple if you are in Gudur town. The temple was constructed in the year 1938.

About Gudur Town:

Sai Baba Temple Narsingharao Pet - Gudur

Gudur is the third largest town in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. The mica belt present around Gudur town is considered the second largest in India.

Telugu is the main language spoken at Gudur. Alaganatha Swamy Temple is the largest temple in Gudur town built during the Chola Dynasty period. Official language spoken at Gudur is Telugu.

Gudur Sri shirdi Sai Baba Temple

How to Reach Gudur:

Gudur town can be easily reached by train and buses. The town is located beside NH-5.
Lord Shiva at Gudur Saibaba Temple

By Bus:

Public transportation is provided by the State Goovernment operating APSRTC buses which connect Gudur town with all nearby cities.

Narasingarao Pet Saibaba Temple

By Train:

Gudur town is serving as a major railway junction connecting Howrah–Chennai main line (1,661 km) and Renigunta branch line.

Shirdi Saibaba Temple in Gudur-Nellore

Gudur is one of the big railway junction which connects to Tirupati, one of the famous Hindu pilgrimage sites in India.

Gudur junction is located between Chennai and Vijayawada cities.

Dhuni at Gudur Shirdi Saibaba Temple

By Air:

The nearest airports to Gudur are present at Tirupati (96 km) and at Chennai (138 km)

Best Time to Visit:

Lord Hanuman at Gudur Saibaba Temple

Lord Vinayaka at Gudur Saibaba Temple


Saibaba Temple in Gudur Town

Best time to visit Gudur town is between October to March.

Shirdi Saibaba Temple Gudur Town

Nearby Temples:




1. Narayanamma Temple in Nehru Nagar, Gudur
2. Alaganatha Swamy Temple
3. Thalamma Temple
6.Sri Ranganatha Swami Temple in Nellore
Modhuga Vana Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple is another popular temple in Gudur. The temple is present near S.K.R. Government Degree College, Tilak Nagar.

Modhuga Vana Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple | Gudur


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