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Temples decorated well for “MahaSivarathri”

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All the Siva temples in Krishna area have been well decorated for Mahasivaratri to celebrated on Tuesday. Plans are being made on an amazing scale at all the temples for the celebration.

Sri Durga Malleswara Swamyvarla Devastanam, Sri Parvati Ramalingeswara Swamyvarla sanctuary at Yanamalakuduru, Pata Sivalayam in One Town, Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy temples at Mutyalu, Iluru, Kudali and different are  are equipped to celebrate the festival.

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Kanaka Durga temples as of now kick-started the celebrations on February 14 with ‘mangala snanam’ to divinities. The temples will lead ‘rudra homam’, ‘mahanyasa poorvaka ekadasa rudrabhishekam’, and so on. ‘Ganga Parvati sameta Malleswara Swamyvarla leela kalyanam’ will likewise be performed.

The festivals will be on till February 21. The temples of Lord Ramalingeswara on Yanamalakuduru hillock, which is seemingly the single biggest swarm puller amid the celebration, has been lit up with beautiful lights. The master would be beautified exceptionally with select adornments and the yearly ‘Prabhala Mahotsavam’ will be extraordinary fascination here. The administration of the temples is observing ‘Kalyana Mahotsavams’ of the presiding deity on the intervening night of February 17 and 18.

Kanaka Durga temple Executive Officer Ch. Narsing Rao said other than making arrangements of action at the temples, extraordinary game plans were likewise being made at the bathing  ghats. As many  of 180 showers were arranged at Durga Ghat.

Lighting, changing rooms and open location framework were being arranged at the ghat.

It is normal that the pilgrim rush at the showering ghats would start from 3 a.m. onwards. Barricading  has been finished at the temples , for example, Pata Sivalayam in One Town,  where the pilgrim rush is expected to be highest this year too.

The stemples would be kept open from the early hours of the day and “darshan” would be permitted for the duration of the day. Sivalayams at Governorpet, Satyanarayanapuram and Ayodhyanagar excessively have been decked up for the celebration.

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