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Kondalamma Temple at Narsapur in Andhra Pradesh

Kondalamma Temple is located at Narsapur in Andhra Pradesh. The shrine is located near the Vasista River (also known as the Vasista Godavari). The temple is dedicated to Kondalamma, a manifestation of Mother Goddess Shakti.

In the year 1970, people of the region found a murti of Goddess Kondalamma floating on the Godavari River. They took the murti, placed it on the banks of the river, and made a temporary shelter for it using palm leaves.

A week later, a cyclone hit the region. Houses and many concrete structures were damaged in the cyclone. But people soon witnessed that nothing happened to the Goddess Kondalamma’s temporary structure made using palm leaves. Not even a single palm leaf had moved from its place.

The villagers then constructed a temple for the Goddess and offered prayers. Since then there has been no damage in the village due to cyclone.

People to escape from nature’s fury worship goddess Kondalamma of Narsapur. She is also worshipped for healthy children by newlywed couples.

Ideal time to visit the shrine is from 6:00 AM to 8:30 AM and from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.