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Goddess Saraswati Temple to Come Up at Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh – Akshara Maalika Gnana Saraswati

Akshara Maalika Gnana Saraswati is the name of a proposed Goddess Saraswati Temple at Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh. The temple will be located at Goutama Ghat on the banks of Rajahmundry
The Hindu reports
 The temple is going to be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 6 crores and a committee ‘Sri Gnana Saraswathi Peetam Charitable Trust’ headed by Rankireddy Subba Raju, chairman of RSR Foundation, to complete the work.
 The construction of ‘Gnana Saraswathi Peetam’ is taking place rapidly and the temple’s Mukha Mandapam (Main Hall) consists of 56 pillars, carved from single-stones. These 56 pillars represent the ‘Aakaaraa Devathas’ are sculpted as presiding deities on all the pillars, one on each- with different decorations, vahanas (vehicles), and aradhanas (ways of worship), and spiritual appearances (vibhavas).
 The main Goddess, i.e., the presiding deity (Moola Virat) of the temple, ‘Sri Gnana Saraswati’ manifests herself on a Marakatha stone (from Nepal), representing the combined spiritual force of all these deities.