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Mahasivaratri festive spirit percolate city

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Temples of Lord Siva in different parts of the city vibrate with the chanting of Hara Mahadeva on the auspicious occasion of Mahasivaratri on Tuesday.

Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy templeon Indrakeeladri, Bhramaramba Malleswara Swamy Devasthanam (Pata Sivalayam) in the One-Town, Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Devasthanam on the hillock at Yanamalakuduru and Sivaramakrishna Kshetram at Satyanarayanapuram saw a substantial hurry of lovers who performed unique ceremonies from the early morning.

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Some other Siva temples likewise drew expansive swarms.

The temples were improved with “Thoranams” and flexi sheets of Lord Siva and His associate Parvati Devi were raised at a few spots. The temples administrations made involved game plans for the celebrations.

A monstrous number of aficionados had ‘punya snanalu’ on the banks of the stream Krishna. Devotees performed ‘akhanda deeparadhana’, ‘lingarchana’, “ksheerabhishekams” and other uncommon customs at the temples which were lavishly beautified befitting the event.

Sri Trikoteswara Swamy temple at Kotappakonda and Sri Amaralingeswara Swamy temple at Amaravati in Guntur locale were stuffed with enthusiasts. Assembly Speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao presented ‘pattu vastrams’ to presiding diety at Kotappakonda for the administration furthermore partook in a “yagnam” there. The well known temples at Sangam Jagarlamudi and Pedakakani were among the scores of Siva temples that hoarded the spotlight.

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