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Brief History of this Temple

This temple is built in 3.08 acres of land which includes Aniveti mandapa and Prakara mandapa. Goddess Kota Sattemma Ammavaru is a self manifested idol found in the farms of Sri Devulapalli Rama Murthy Sastry in the year 1936. The idol of main deity is of 10 feet high with abhayahasthas gives a pleasure appearance.

Temple Legend
Temple Legend
Legends related to this Temple

Sri Devulapalli Rama Murthy Sastry was plugging his lands Goddess Sattemma Ammavaru was discovered by plugging weapon. Ammavaru appeared in his dream that night and asked him to construct a temple. With the help of villagers, he constructed the terraced building with compound walls. Later developed by prominent Arya Vysyas of Nidadavole.


Sri Kota Sattemma Ammavari Temple Nidadavolu

Temple Events
Temple Events
Events related to this Temple

Dasara is very well celebrated in this temple for nine days. Other festivals that are celebrated here are: Ugadi Sri Rama Navami Hanuman Jayanthi Toliekadasi Sri Krishna Jayanthi Vinayaka Chavithi Shankara Jayanthi Deepavali Varalakshmi Vratam Kartheeka Somavaram Hanuman Vratam Mukooti Ekadasi Tirunalla utsavam

By Road

Buses are available from all major places in Andhra Pradesh. Frequent buses are available from Nidadavole Bus Stand which is 3 km away.

By Rail

The Nearest railway station to the temple is Nidadavole Railway Station which is 3 km away. Bus and auto-rickshaws are available to access the temple.

By Air

The Nearest airport is Rajahmundry Airport which is 38 km away. Bus and taxi services are available to reach the temple.

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