Penuganchiprolu Tirupatamma Temple, or Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma temple, has built in the seventeenth century. Penuganchiprolu, earlier called “Pedakanchi.” In Penuganchprolu, there are more than 101 temples are there. One of the Great Pilgrim Sites in Andhra Pradesh is Penuganchiprolu. Temple Timings: 6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm
The Temple named Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma Devastanam has “Sri Laxmi Tirupathamma, Gopaiah”, the Great Goddess. More than ten lakes of Pilgrims visit the Temple every year. Thousands of women at Penuganchiprolu bear Bonalu (A recipe Cooked With Rice, Jaggery and milk) as an offering for the (Temple Fair)Tirunallu. Sri Tirupatamma Ammavaru Temple is a prime attraction.
Laxmi Tirupatamma Temple Penuganchiprolu History:
Penuganchiprolu is one of the most famous temples in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh(AP), whose amazing growth began from the date of her immolation (Agnipravesham). In the Penuganchiprolu Temple, Sri Tirupatamba has worshipped in the ‘Shakti’ image.
She preached to her devotee’s virtuous qualities of life and made her abode at Penuganchiprolu. Her principal devotee was Mudiraj Papamamba; hence, her family appointed them to perform other sevas poojas in the Temple.
According to legend, there were 101 temples in ancient times, so it was view Pedakanchipuram. Muniyeru (a stream) flowed along the Laxmi Tirupatamma Temple, and with the divine power of Maharishi Moudgalya, it has said to have been established and hence named after him.
Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma Temple Deities:
- Sri Gopayya Swami Sametha Tirupathamma Ammavaru
- Sri Mallayya Swami Sametha Chandramma Ammavaru
- Sri Peddamma Ammavaru
- Sri Maddi Ravamma Ammavaru
- Sri Unna Ooru Ankamma Ammavaru
- Unna Ooru Ankamma Ammavaru in Ugraswarupam
- Vinukonda Ankamma Ammavaru Alayam
Penuganchiprolu Temple Poojas:
Here are the list of Poojas at Penuganchiprolu Temple.
- Nimmakaya Pooja
- Sleeping at Bedanabdapam
- Vijaya Lakshmi Kamkanam
- Abhishek Jalam
- Kumkuma Pooja
- Gho Pooja
- Chandi Homam
- Chinna Thrtheema
- Chevi Pogulu / Ear Boring
- Nitya Kalyanam
- Pedda Thrtheem
- Paraakulu Seva
- Pallaki Seva
- Pavalimpu Seva
- Sri Ankammavari Abhishekam
- Sri Chakra Pooja
- Santhana Lakshmi Pooja
- Suprabhata Seva
- Harathi Seva
Tirupatamma Temple Celebrated Festivals:
- Pedda Thirunallu: Every year, Magha Pournami, is celebrated for five days.
- Chinna Thirunallu: It is Five days of celebration every year from Phalguna Pournami.
- Colour Festival: This festival begins after Sankranthi and has celebrated once every two years.
Prasadams available inside the Temple:
- Laddu Prasadam 80 grams
- Pulihora Prasadam 200 grams
- Abisekham Laddu Prasadam 400 grams
Penuganchiprolu Temple Accommodation:
Sri Gopaiah Sadan:
- Number of Rooms: 10
- Room Rent: Rs 200
- Number Of Halls: 20
- Hall Rent: Rs 400
- A/C Rooms: 3
- Room Rent: Rs 750
Sri Tirupatamma Sadan:
- Number of Rooms: 21
- Room Rent: Rs 300
- Number Of Halls: 4
- Hall Rent: Rs 500
- A/C Rooms: 5
- Room Rent: Rs 750
Nearest Places to Penuganchiprolu Temple:
Kondapalli Reserve Forest:
Kondapalli Reserve Forest is a reserved forest in the Krishna district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is spread over an area of 30,000 acres and is under the protection of the Andhra Pradesh Forest Department. Tella poniki softwood has found in the forest, which is useful in making the Kondapalli Toys.
Sri Yogananda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy:
Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, called Yadagirigutta temple or Yadadri, is a Hindu temple placed on a hillock in the town of Yadagirigutta in the Yadadri Bhuvanagiri(D) Telangana.
It, also locally known as Kondapalli Kota, lies to the west of Kondapalli in Vijayawada, the second largest city of Andhra Pradesh, India NTR district. Prolaya Vema Reddy of Reddi Kingdom built this historical fort, also known as Kondapalli Quilla, during the 14th century CE.
It was translated as “Swans Island” in the local language. The Krishna River meets the Bay of Bengal at this point. Outside of Hamsaladeevi, the Krishna River joins the Bay of Bengal.
Puja’s/Seva Performs at Sri Lakshmi Tirupathamma Temple
Here are Penuganchiprolu Temple Puja/Seva Timings:
- Suprabhata Seva 5:00 AM
- Gopuja 5:30 AM
- Srichakara pooja 6:00 AM
- Kalyanam (Every Friday) 10:00 AM
- Maha Nivedana 11:30 AM
- Unjala Seva 5:00 PM
- Pallaki Seva 8:00 PM
- Sarvadarsanam is Free From 5.00 am to 7.00 am and 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm
- Dharsanam Timing 5.00 am to 9.00 pm
- Shigradarsanam From 5.00 am to 9.00 pm
- Anthralaya Dharsan From 5.00 am to 9.00 pm
- Break Darshan From 5.00 am to 9.00 pm
Penuganchiprolu Temple Timings:
Here are the Penuganchiprolu Temple Timings:
|Monday||6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm|
|Tuesday||6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm|
|Wednesday||6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm|
|Thursday||6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm|
|Friday||6 am–8:30 pm|
|Saturday||6 am–1 pm, 3 pm–8:30 pm|
|Sunday||6 am–8:30 pm|
Penuganchiprolu Temple Address:
Sri Lakshmi Tirupatamma Devestanam Road, Krishna District, Penuganchiprolu(V&M), Andhra Pradesh 521190
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 9491000618, 086782 83204
- Executive Officer: 9491000644
- Assistant Executive officer: 9848165964, 9989386767
- Office: 08678-283204
- Accommodation: 08678-283704
Penuganchiprolu Temple Authority Contact Address:
A.p Endowments Department, Gollapudi, Vijayawada-521225, Andhra Pradesh, India
Phone Number: 0866-2974526
- 0866-2468111 EXt: 141 & 142
- Time: 9 am to 6:30 pm
- Email: [email protected]
How to reach Penuganchiprolu Temple:
The nearest railway station is Madhira. The Distance between penuganchiprolu to madhira is 18 km. Guntur Railway Station – 100 km. Vijayawada Railway Station – 72 km.
- guntur to penuganchiprolu distance: 100 km
- Vijayawada to penuganchiprolu Temple distance: 72 km
- nandigama to penuganchiprolu Temple distance: 18 km
- khammam to penuganchiprolu distance: 50 km
- madhira to penuganchiprolu distance: 17 km
- Jaggaiahpet to penuganchiprolu: 18 km
The nearest airports are Vijayawada International Airport (Gannavaram region) and Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.
Krishna District, Penuganchiprolu(V&M), Andhra Pradesh 521190
Pedda Thirunallu, Chinna Thirunallu, Colour Fesival.