Before performing Daksha Yagna Daksha Prajapati, was supposed to performed puja for Sri Siddhi Vinayaka, Ainavilli for its successful completion. This is written in the Sthala Purana, Vyasa Maharshi, during the beginning of his tour of the South, had installed the Son of Parvati at this place and this age-old “ Siddi Vinayaka” is reputed to fulfill the wishes of his devotees. In a spacious, elevated area, this temple of Vinayaka stands with the idol facing South. With two gopurams and gates, one can approach Vinayaka from the south and Sri Visveswara Swamy from the East.
In the same compound is situated Sri Devi, Bhudevi with Sri Kesava Swamy. By the side are situated, Sri Annapurna Devi. Sri Kalabhairava Swamy and Kshetrapalaka are situated by the side. Special Pujas are performed every month on Chaviti, Dasami, Ekadasi days. During Vinayaka Chavithi Navarathri, Karthika Masam, Prabha festival on Sankranthi and Sivarathri special Archana are performed.
Timings to visit
05:00 AM – 01:00 PM | 03:30 PM – 08:00 PM
Festivals celebrate at Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Temple
Vinayaka Chavithi – September.
Karthika Masam – November.
Prabha Festival & Sivarathri – Feb/March.
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How to Reach Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Temple – Ainavilli
By Air: Rajamundry Airport – 70 km, Visakhapatnam International Airport – 219 km.
By Train: Rajahmundry Railway Station – 54 km,
By Bus: Rajahmundry – 55 km, Kakinada – 72 km, Amalapuram – 12 km,
Sri Vigneswara Swamy Devastanam, Ainavilli Village& Mandal, East Godavari District, 533211, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Ap Official Website Of Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Temple – Ainavilli
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