Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam temple sees huge pilgrim rush in Vemulawada
As part of the ongoing Kartika Masam celebrations, Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam in Vemulawada witnessed heavy pilgrim rush on Monday.
Devotees from various parts of the State and other parts of the country arrived in large numbers to participate in the rituals and offer prayers to the presiding deities of Lord Siva and goddess Parvati. Since early morning, the devotees formed serpentine queues for the darshan of the deities after taking a holy dip in the tank at the temple shrine.
They also participated in special pujas, ‘abhishekhams’, ‘kode mokku’, ‘kum kum pujas’ and others.
Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam
Abode of Lord Eashwara – at Vemulawada village of Karimangar District in Telangana State is one of the ancient and famous Shivate temples. The Institution was categorized as Regional Joint Commissioner Cadre Temple under G.O.Ms.No: 262, Revenue [Endts.I] Department, dated 10/03/1992. The shrine deserves a special mention in terms of its architectural grandeur and spiritual sanctity and is one of the famous Shivate Temples in Telangana State. Existence of this shrine is lost in the mists of antiquity and even Puranas mention the existence of the Deity.
The presiding Deity – Lord Raja Rajeshwara in the form of “Neela Lohitha Siva Lingam is known for his boundless benevolence in fulfilling the wishes of the devotees.