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Week-long Brahmotsavam on at Sri Satyanarayana Devasthanam

Week-long Brahmotsavam on at Sri Satyanarayana Devasthanam
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Devotees in large numbers from Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad, Hyderabad districts, besides neighbouring Maharashtra are making a beeline to Sri Satyanarayana Devasthanam, in Gudem village of Dandepalli mandal, for the week-long ‘Brahmotsavam’ celebrations on since February 16. It is the only Satyanarayana Swami temple in Telangana, which has become famous.

Luxettipet (Adilabad): Devotees in large numbers from Karimnagar, Warangal, Nizamabad, Hyderabad districts, besides neighbouring Maharashtra are making a beeline to Sri Satyanarayana Devasthanam, in Gudem village of Dandepalli mandal, for the week-long ‘Brahmotsavam’ celebrations on since February 16. It is the only Satyanarayana Swami temple in Telangana, which has become famous.

The ‘Kalyanotsavam’ is to be performed on February 19 (Friday ‘Magasuddha Dasami’) at 5 pm. Temple Executive Officer Chakravarthula Purshothamacharyulu on Thursday appealed to devotees to participate in large number to make the event a grand success. The rituals being performed include ‘Kumkumarchana’, ‘Ashtotharamulu’, ‘Abhishekam’, ‘Archana’.

The temple has witnessed speedy development after Purshothamacharyulu took over as EO, thanks to the donations offered by several top businessmen, some prominent persons and leaders of the State. Their names have been listed on the premises. The EO is striving for constructing special rooms and taking up development works.

Among the works in a ghat road to enable vehicles go up the hill to reach the Devasthanam. Legend has it that people who have the Lord’s darshan will get all their desires fulfilled. Hence there is always a heavy rush during the Bramotsavam. Sri Perumandlu Swamy had installed the idols of Sri Satyanarayana Swami and Goddess Ramadevi in 1964 during Sri Krodhi Namasamvatsaram on Magha Suddha Dasimi day. He laid the pathway to reach the temple atop the hill, besides digging a well for the benefit of visiting pilgrims.

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