During the Chalukya period, the Kotasattemma temple was constructed by Chalukya Veerabadhra, the spouse of Rudrama Devi. The idol of Kotasattemma was immersed in several calamities during the Reddy dynasty. In 1934, the idol was found by Devulapalli Rama Murthy Sastri in his land and later he constructed the temple. It was during his rule Nidadavolu was formed as Fort and waged several wars. It is believed that goddess Kotasattemma was protected the fort. Niravadyapuram was being popular and prominent during the Kakateeya dynasty. Reddi dynasty succeeded and Kakateeyas lost its glory, Floods, Natural calamities swept away Ammavaru which was immersed in nature.
In the year 1934, Timmarajupalem, Agaraharikas Sri Devulapalli Ramamurthy Sastry was plunging his lands Ammavaru was discovered by the Hala (plunging weapon). Ammavaru manifested in his dream and asked him to construct a temple for her. Sri Sastry with the cooperation of agriculturists, praised Ammavaru raised the terraced building surrounded by compound walls with the permission of Sastriji, the temple was administered by Yadavaas. Nidadavolu was developed by prominent Arya Vysyas. From then onwards Kota Sattemma assumed prominence as a fulfiller of pure aspirations until now. Ammavaru bearing crunch, dice with Abhaya Hastas, and wearing Yagnoveetha gives a pleasant appearance
Ammavaru weighing tonnes and 10 feet in height is a beautiful appearance.
Timings to visit Sri Kotasattemma Temple
06:00 AM – 12:30 PM | 03:30 PM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday and Sunday : 06:00 AM – 07:30 PM
Sevas/Puja Perform at Sri Kotasattemma Temple
|Special Poojas during Devi Navaratrulu||200|
|Heavy Vehicles(Car, Lorry, Tractor, etc)||100|
|Small Vehicles(Auto, Motor Cycle)||50|
Festivals celebrate at Sri Kotasattemma Temple
- Devi Navaratri
- Varalakshmi Vratam
- Tirunalla utsavam
- Lakshmi Kumkuma Archana
How to Reach Sri Kotasattemma Temple
By Air: Rajahmundry Airport – 36.6 km,
By Train: Nidadavolu Junction – 3.4 km, Rajahmundry Railway Station – 32 km
By Bus: Bus complex Nidadavole – 2.3 km, Rajahmundry – 33 km
Sri Kotasattemma Ammavari Temple, Thimmarajupalem Village, Nidadavole Mandal, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh – 534301, India.
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