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Gudivakavaripalem is a small village located in Avanigaddda mandal, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It consists of 400 people in which the majority depend on agriculture for their livelihood.
It is fully covered with green fields and it is surrounded by the river Krishna. In this village at the entrance you can see a pond which is a major resource for the daily usage water for the entire village. At the heart of the village we can see ramalayam where the villagers worship the God with so much of belief.
It is well known belief that god Rama will fulfill devotees desires. Every year villagers celebrate sriramulavari kalyanam on the "Sri Ramanavami" festival.
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