Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu

Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu

Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu is Located at a distance of 94 Km from Tirupati

Legend of Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu 

Kodanda Ramaylam was built by Lord Jambavantha in Treta Yuga as a mark of his respect towards Lord Sri Rama. The Uniqueness of this temple is that here Lord Sri Rama will be seen in the coronation ceremony posture as presiding deity flanked by His beloved Goddess Sita Devi and also by his brothers  Laxmana, Bharatha, Shatrughna and  Lord Anjaneya.Here SriRama also called as ‘Pratapa Rama’ as he is holding a sword.

There is also a hill here called 'Veeranna Konda' with the shrine of Veerabhadra. It is said that the sage Valmiki sat on this hill while writing The Ramayana.

Another uniqueness of this Temple Idol in this Temple is facing North and Locals says that it is the only Temple in Andhra Pradesh with North facing.

Tallapaka Ananmacharya penned as many as 21 ‘sankeertanas’ in praise of the Pattabhirama Swamy deity here.

Kodanda Rama Swamy Temple is holding 500 years of history, this temple well managed in Krishna Deva Raya’s period and Chola’s period. In 1997, TTD (Tiruma tirupati Devasthanams) adopted and from then temple has seen drastic growth.

Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu Temple Timings : 5:30 am - 8 pm

 

Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu is now under the administration of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams and TTD conducts Annual Brahmotsavams, SitaRama Kalyanam in a Grand way.

S.No Schedule Morning Evening
1 Day 1 Dwajarohanam Gaja Vahanam
2 Day 2 Muthyapu Pandiri Hanumantha  Vahanam
3 Day 3 Kalap Vruksha Vahanam Simha Vahanam
4 Day 4 Sarvabhoopala Vahanam Sesha Vahanam
5 Day 5 Surya Prabha VahanamMohini Avataram Chandra Prabha Vahanam
6 Day 6 Sita Rama Kalyanam Garuda Vahanam
7 Day 7 Rathotsavam Dhuli
8 Day 8 Parveti Utsavam Aswa Vahanam
9 Day 9 Hamsa Vahanam Dwajavarohanam
10 Day 10 Pushpa Yagam

Usually Rathotsavam happens to be a big religious affair in this nine-day brahmotsavams as tens of thousands converge to witness the grandeur of Lord Sri Rama on the massive wooden chariot.

 

How to reach Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu from Tirupati?

1) Vayalpadu is located in Chittoor District

2) Bus Route : Tirupati  - Piler - Vayalpadu

3) Direct Passenger Train runs from Tirupati To Vayalpadu, Train from Tirupati at 10:30 pm.

 

Sri Kodanda Rama Temple Valmikipuram Vayalpadu Photo-Gallery

 

Sri Pattabii Rama Swamy Temple Valmikipuram

 

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Reference Link: http://gotirupati.blogspot.com/2015/05/history-of-sri-kodanda-rama-temple.html

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