Boyakonda Gangamma Temple

Boyakonda Gangamma Temple K Nakkanapalli V 517424 Nakkala Palli Main Road Kota Veedi Nakkala Palli, Andhra Pradesh 515211 097044 06759
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According to the Purana’s, the Sri Gangamma Temple is committed to the sister of the Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy. At the display, Sri Gangamma Devi is viewed as the defender of her devotee’s and eliminating the defectors.

According to the Purana’s, the Sri Gangamma Temple is committed to the sister of the Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy. At the display, Sri Gangamma Devi is viewed as the defender of her devotee’s and eliminating the defectors.

With the power and perfection of Sri Boyakonda Gangamma Devi, the temple has picked up popularity and devotees in the current years. Today the temple gets a consistent stream of guests, including up to 20,000 devotees per day,

At this Boyakonda Gangamma Temple, the devotee’s look for the authorization and direction from Sri Gangamma Devi through putting a flower over her head. This permission looking for is known as Pushpam Aduguta.

If the Goddesses let the flower drop onto her right side, this is taken a positive consent and the devotee proceeds with his/her choice. If the flower falls onto her left side, at that point this is taken as notice from Sri Gangamma Devi, meaning that he/she should be further careful while taking the choice.

There is a miraculously huge well at the highest point of the hill, where the geographically underwater resource is scarce.  This water resource has been referred to for quite a long time as a cure to numerous sicknesses.

Some Ayurvedic specialists have even utilized this water as a medicinal property with incredible achievement. As indicated by Local farmers, sprinkling this water before the seeding procedure will yield a rich product.

Boyakonda Gangamma temple timings are 6.00 Am To 6.00 Pm

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How to reach Boyakonda Gangamma temple from Tirupati Bus Station:-

  • sri Boyakonda Gangamma temple is 110 km from Tirupathi.
  • Direct buses to this temple are not that frequent.
  • To reach this temple a devotee should reach Punganur from Tirupathi.
  • Taxis and APSRTC buses are quite frequent to Punganur as it is 21 km to the hill shrine.

How to reach Boyakonda Gangamma temple from Tirupati Railway Station:-

  • It takes 2 hours, 12 minutes to travel from Boyakonda Gangamma Temple to Tirupathi Main Railway Station.
  • The approximate driving distance between Boyakonda Gangamma Temple and Tirupathi Main Railway Station is 110 km.
  • Chittor railway Junction is the closest railway station to reach Gangamma temple and It takes 1 hours, 13 minutes to travel.

How to reach Boyakonda Gangamma temple from Tirupati Airport(Renigunta):-

  • It takes 2 hours, 32 minutes to travel from Renigunta Airport to Boyakonda Gangamma Temple.
  • The approximate driving distance between Renigunta Airport and Boyakonda Gangamma Temple is 127 km or 78.9 miles or 68.6 nautical miles.
  • Tirupati is the closest airport situated at the distance of 150 kilometers from this temple.
  • You should hire a private taxi for this site.
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According to the Purana’s, the Sri Gangamma Temple is committed to the sister of the Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy. At the display, Sri Gangamma Devi is viewed as the defender of her devotee’s and eliminating the defectors.

A few centuries ago two tribal known as Boyas and Yelikas used to live in the forest surrounding the hill. The Gangamma Devi was considered as her chief deity, where they prayed  God for good life and yields. But, the quiet time was broken by the Navab intrusion from the North.

The two clans joined to repel back the attackers. Presently the lord of Navabs dreaded a huge revolt, hauled out his fundamental armed force to smash the Boyas and Yelikas. Obviously, the tribal solidarity was insufficient the huge prepared and groomed armed force of Navabs.

Both the clans pulled back into the Sri Gangamma Temple, praying God for the help and leadership of Devi. It’s trusted that Goddess Sakthi took a physical shape, to crush the attacking Navab warriors. As per legends, the anger of Devi was sated only after separating the heads of the Navab soldiers who attempted to hurt her bhakta’s.

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