Yadagiri Gutta, owned by Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, has now taken on a new charm. Sreesreesree Tridandi is a replica of the idea of Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhara Rao
Yadagiri Gutta, owned by Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, has now taken on a new charm. Under the supervision of Sri Sri Tridandy Chinna Srimannarayana Ramanuja Jiyar Swami, the architects and founders completed the construction of a complete stone temple to dazzle the spirituality as a replica of the idea of Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhara Rao. Yadadri Sri Lakshminarasimhaswamy Temple is a blend of Kakatiya, Chalukya, Hoysala and Pallava sculptural skills that have given life to the Dravidian architecture according to the Pancharatra Agamasastra according to the Vaishnava tradition.
Yadadri Srilaxminarasimhaswamy used two lakh tons of black stone for the construction of the temple. The stone was brought from Gurizepally in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh and Kammavaripalem in Guntur district. The stone was found in a land about 20 km between the two districts. In 2016, CM KCR paid homage to the Yadadri headquarters reconstruction work. In five years, the temple was completed by the sculptors and the work was completed to provide Swayambhu Darshan to the devotees. Eleven vice-presidents and two thousand sculptors worked in the first year along with the chief founder as part of the Yadadri reconstruction. Fifteen hundred sculptors performed duties the following year. The sculptures are from various districts of Telangana as well as Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. YTDA has spent Rs 200 crore for the reconstruction of the headquarters. The Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple is the first stone temple in the world. The temple was built to suit this purpose. There are special black stones as well as white mandapam, Brahmotsava mandapam and Ashtabhuji walled mandapam. Yadadri Temple was built over a hundred years ago with stone structures to give the devotees a sense of accomplishment. Cement structures around the old temple were taken up in installments. The present sanctuary is kept intact and a sharp wall is built around it. The front door has also been widened to make it easier for devotees to enter the temple. In the past the chariot around the temple, there was only space on three sides for the Swami to turn their service. A 120-foot retaining wall was built on the south side to increase the space on the south side of the temple. A complete wave structure was carried out, counting the middle of the uterus. Increased porch space. The place, which used to accommodate tens of thousands of devotees, has now been expanded to accommodate thirty to forty thousand. Surrounded by walled, octagonal pavilions. The main temple houses the flagpole, the altar, the Garuda temple, the Andal Ammavaru and the Anjaneyaswamy temples as in the past. In addition, Sena Mandapam, Alwar and Ramanuja sub temples were built. Devotees enter the temple through the east gate and set up a stone railing on the stone steps on the way to the west from the Rajagopuram.
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