Gangamma Temple, Dhenuvakonda
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|Goddess Gangamma Temple|
|Elevation:||32 m (105 ft)|
|Architecture and culture|
Goddess Gangamma is a powerful figure to the Yadava community. They celebrate Jatara for her on the full moon in April. During Jatara, the temple is decorated with a huge set of lighting. Devotees visit and pray to the goddess for the whole day and night of that full moon day.
- There is a choultry nearby.
- Water facility available through a bore well.
- Two wells are available on the east and west sides. The west well was constructed by Sri Late Ramaiah Kotu.
- The temple has power facility.
Goddess Gangamma Temple is 1.5 km from Dhenuva Konda village and 1 km from Garlapadu village (new).
There is a temple for God Nagavendrudu, which is just beside this temple.
Goddess Kanaka Durga temple has been constructed on the middle of the hill. Devotees have to take a ghat road to the temple for about one kilometer.