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Annavaram (Telugu: అన్నవరం) is a village on the banks of the river Godavari Pampa district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Etymology
Anna translates to "what I want", while "varam" means blessing or boon. Therefore, the name Annavaram is an expression of the belief that the deity will provide with all that you want.

Temples
The most distinctive feature of Annavaram is the shrine of Lord Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swamy located in the hills of Ratnagiri. The land is considered to belong to both Temple Sri Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swami Lord and Goddess Anantalaxmi Satyavathi Ammavaru. [3] The temple, situated atop a hill, is about four stages (half a mile) away from the base. It can be reached either by walkways covered canopy of the Ghat road or walking through a stone path.

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Country
India
State
Andhra Pradesh
Region
Coastal Andhra
District
East Godavari
Population (2011)
 • Total
6,865
Languages
 • Official
Telugu
Time zone
IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN
533406 [Annavaram at East Godavari District]
Telephone code
08868
Nearest city
Rajahmundry, Visakhapatnam, Kakinada

The popularity and importance of the temple is increasing among the pilgrims. This place is considered the second Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh. Festivals are held throughout the year. Popular festivals are Kalyanam May Devi Navratri in September, swayamvara Vardhanti of Suddha Ekadasi Day Sraavana, Srirama Kalyana, Kanakadurga Yatra, Prabha Utsavam, Teppa Utsavam and Jalatoranam.

The summit offers panoramic views of the countryside and the surrounding villages. A water dam the river with easy boating is near the main entrance of the hill. This place is called Pampa Sarovara.

Architecture 
Architecture Vishwakarma Brahmin stapathis is at its best in this temple. The hill is about 300 feet (91 m) above sea level, surrounded by fields and around the river Pampa Ratnagiri. 460 stone steps leading to the upper part thereof.

The main temple is built in the shape of a car with all four wheels on all four corners. Facing the main temple is the mantapa of Kalyana, built and decorated with modern works of architecture. As we move down the road, we find Ramalaya sanctuaries and Vana Durga and Kanaka Durga.

The temple was built Annavaram to represent this particular idea. The facade of the temple is the basket. Meru on the floor with pillar in the center, and high-idols intend to put forward the idea that the Lord not only remains at the center of the heart, but also permeates the entire universe. The wheels representing the sun and the moon are used to remind us that Juggernaut moves on wheels of time and still continues and forever, so that the two values satisfies Annavaram temple rituals and spiritual aspirations of the faithful. "dropoff window

Other 
Sri Veera Venkata Satya temple-Narayana Swamy is the main temple of Ratnagiri hill. There is also a temple of Sri Rama and Kanaka Durga shrines and Vanadurga nearby. The temple of the grass-Devatha (village deity) is in the village at the foot of the hill.

Contador prasadam is available on the main road for those who are unable to visit the temple. This temple is situated atop a hill. Many weddings are held there. Quick installation Darshan faciliitates peak periods. The main building has two floors. The ground floor is Pada darshan or to see the feet of God. The first floor is the top of the Lord Satyanarayana Venkata Swamy.

Puranas 
According to the Puranas, the deity of the place blessed the faithful with Anina Varam (Research Boon).

The mound near the village is considered very sacred. Meruvu, the Lord of the hills, and his wife Menaka done great penance and had two children by the grace of Lord Vishnu. One was called Bhadra and the other Ratnakara. Bhadra Lord Vishnu was pleased with his devotion and penance and grace Bhadrachalam became Lord Rama was installed permanently. Ratnakara want to emulate his brother and managed to please the Lord Vishnu for his penance to establish itself as Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swamy, remaining as Ratnakara Ratnagiri hill.

It is said that Raja Rama IV-Narayanam then zamindar of GORSA and Kirlampudi farms, having been ordered by the Lord in his sleep drew idol on the hill, loved and installed in its current location in suddha year of sravana vidhiya Telugu Khara, 1891.

The Akriti any temple, in the Agni Purana, simply a manifestation of Prakriti. As a result, the temple tank is designed as a symbol of the seven Lokas and seven previous Lokhas, with the Lord in the heart center garbhalaya judgment on the entire universe.

Transport 
Annavaram temple of Lord Sri Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swamy is 125 km from Visakhapatnam, 40 km from Kakinada and Rajahmundry 80 km. National Highway No. 5 through Annavaram. The ring road (NH - 5) directly. To visit around the right temple at the crossroads near Annavaram.

National Highway (NH) -5 through Annavaram. Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) operates scheduled bus services Kakinada in Tuni Tuni and Rajahmundry to Yele-swaram to Tuni through Annavaram.


Annavaram the station is on the main Chennai - Howrah railway line (Calcutta). Many trains stop here. The train station is 3 km from the temple. The railway station and moving trains is visible from the temple. Important trains South Central Railway (SCR) through the super-express Vishakapatnam Ratnachal Vijayawada, Chennai-mail Howrah, Kolkata-Chennai high in Annavaram, which is the nearest train into the temple about 2 miles.

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