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శైవంలో శివుని పరమాత్మగాను, ఆదిదేవునిగాను భావిస్తారు. అయితే స్మార్తం వంటి ఇతర హిందూ శాఖలలో దేవుని యొక్క అనేక రూపాలలో ఒకనిగా పూజిస్తారు. వైష్ణవంలో శివుని విష్ణువు యొక్క రూపముగా భావిస్తారు

Laghunyasa Poorvaka Rudra Abhishekam - RS.100

Shiva Abhishekam is usually performed to a Lingam representing his manifestation as a creator of good (by destroying evil). In many temples, there is a vessel hung over the Lingam called thaara paathra, that continuously drips water or other offerings onto the Lingam in deference to Shiva's desire for Abhisheka

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Rahu Graha Pooja - RS.20

Rahu signifies worldly desires, fame, greed, high intelligence, manipulation, obsessive behaviour and foreigners. Rahu is linked with world of things and with spiritual process of occupation. Rahu is involved in supporting one’s power. Also, Rahu helps in changing one’s enemy into a friend. Rahu in harmful role represents master of dishonesty. These indicate cheaters, pleasure seekers, workers in foreign lands, drug dealers, poison dealers, insincere and immoral acts, etc. Unfavourable positioned Rahu in one’s horoscope causes lots of negative results. There is harsh speech, falsehood, dirtiness, erroneous belief, and makes him unGodly.

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Ketu Graha Pooja - RS.20

Ketu is also known as a Shadow Planet. After this malefic planet Rahu it is the only grimy planet whose impact is mostly negative. Ketu Shanti Puja is performed to remove the malevolent effects of the planet.

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Ayya Vari Ashtothara Sathanama Archana - RS.20

Shiva Abhishekam is usually performed to a Lingam representing his manifestation as a creator of good (by destroying evil). In many temples, there is a vessel hung over the Lingam called thaara paathra, that continuously drips water or other offerings onto the Lingam in deference to Shiva's desire for Abhisheka

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About Temple

The Origin Of Sri Bala Parvati Sameta Sri Rameshwara Swami temple is not know but the temple has been in existence since time immemorial. In 1915, there was a torrential rain and the wodden santum Santorum and the sourrounding structure collapsed. At the initiative of Sri Addepalli Ratyaa Garu and Sri Susarla Venkata Rama Bhramanan Sastry Garu, the idols of Swami varu and Amma varu were secured and cared for by these two families from 1915 to 1932.


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Lakshamodhaka Havana Ganapathi Homam

Moduka Havana ;  The legend goes that ‘Once when Shiva visited Atri Rishi’s ashram with Bal Ganesh, he had requested sage’s wife, Anasuya for food. The latter started by serving the little Ganesh first with myriad foods; and decided to treat Shiva post Ganesh’s meal. But, seeing that nothing was able to fulfil Ganesh’s insatiable hunger, Anasuya gave him a modak; and surprisingly Ganesh’s stomach was full after eating it. He burped once while Shiva burped 21 times after eating it.’

Eversince then, devotees offer Moduka to Ganesha to please him and get divine blessings from the lord who is known to remove obstacles.

Chandi Homam

Chandi Homam ; Chandi Homam is a prominent homa and one of the most powerful one for getting overall Success in all undertakings and for removal of all kinds of doshas and obstacles in one’s life. Maa Durga in the form of Devi Chandi is the prime Deity of this homam and her blessings are bound to clear all your obstacles and hurdles in your path to success and glory.

Dussehra Navaratri is known as Devi Navaratrulu / Sharad Navaratrulu by the people in reverence to Maa Durga and the nine forms she takes to protect the mankind. These nine days (actually nights) of Dussehra festival are celebrated in a grand way.

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Devi Navarathrulu

Navaratri[a] is a Hindu festival that spans over nine nights (and ten days) and is celebrated every year in the autumn season. It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Hindu Indian cultural sphere.[2][3] Theoretically, there are four seasonal Navaratri. However, in practice, it is the post-monsoon autumn festival called Sharada Navaratri which is the most observed in honour of the divine feminine Devi (Durga). The festival is celebrated in the bright half of the Hindu calendar month Ashvin, which typically falls in the Gregorian months of September and October

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