Bhimavaram – Sri Mavullamma Ammavari temple

Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru (Goddess Parvati)

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Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru as Sakambhari decorated with more than 25 kinds of Vegetables during Festivals

Mavullamma Utsavams are conducted every year in a very Grand way for nearly 50 days during Sankranthi season. Lightings and Decorations are put out throughout the Temple Premises

Contact us

Sri Mavullamma Ammavari Devasthanam

EO: NS chakradhara rao

Bhimavaram – 534201

West Godavari Dist

Andhra Pradesh.

Office:9154893690, EO-9491000722

Email:eo_mavulamma_bhm@yahoo.co.in

http://www.apendowments.gov.in/mavullamma

Darsanam

S.No Pooja Type Schedule Time
1 Temple Doors Open 5:00 AM
2 Ammavari Sarva Darshanam 5.10 AM
3 Asttothara Pooja 5.15 AM
4 Balabogam 5:50 AM
5 Panchaharathulu 6:00 AM
6 Sahasranama Kumkuma Pooja 9:00 AM
7 Avasara Nivedana 10:00 AM
8 Rajabhoga Mahanivedana 12:00 PM
9 Naivedyannathara Visranthi 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
10 Ammavari Vari Sarva Darshanam 1:00 PM
11 Astothara Panchaharathi Pooja 5.30 PM
12 Avasara Nivedana 5.30 PM
13 Panchaharathulu 6:00 AM
14 Chaturveda Svasthi 6.15 PM
15 Sahasranama Kumkuma Pooja 7:00 PM
16 Temple Doors Close 9:00 PM

Sevas

S.No Pooja Name Cost
1 సహస్రనామార్చన 25
2 ఘటం 10
3 వాహనము (ద్విచకరములు) 50
4 వాహన పూజ (ఆటో , లారీ, వ్యాను) 100
5 సైకిల్ పూజ 10
6 వాపసుచీర రుసుము 10
7 తులాభారం 50
8 శాశ్వత పూజ 1116/-
9 లడ్డు ప్రసాదము 10
10 పులిహోర ప్రసాదం 5
11 అష్టోత్తర పూజ (విఘ్నేశ్వర స్వామి ) 10
12 నిత్యపూజ (విఘ్నేశ్వర స్వామి ) 30
13 దసరా సహస్రనామార్చన 250
14 దసరా ప్రత్యేక పూజా 500

Monthly Pooja’s

S.No Pooja Name Cost
1 నిత్యపూజ (నెల 1కి) 50
2 లక్ష కుంకుమార్చన 1116/-
3 చండీహోమము
ప్రతీ పూర్ణిమకు చండీహోమము జరుపబడును.
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Yearly Pooja’s

 

S.No Pooja Name Cost
1 నిత్యపూజ ( సం 1కి) 500

Major Festivals

1.పుష్యమాసము నందు శ్రీ అమ్మవారి వార్షిక జాతర మాహోత్సవములు
2.తెలుగు సంవత్సర ఉగాది వేడుకలు
3.జేష్ఠమాస జాతర
4.ఆషాడాశుద్ద పౌర్ణమి నాడు -శాకంబరీ ఉత్సవములు
5.భాద్రపదమాసంలో గణపతి నవ రాత్రులు
6.ఆశ్వయుజ మాసంలో శరన్నవ రాత్రులు
7.ఆశ్వయుజ శుద్ద పౌర్ణమి నుండి అమ్మవారి మండల దీక్షధారణ ప్రారంభం.

Near By Temples

  • Sri Bhimeswara Swamy Temple – Bhimavaram
  • Sri Jain Temple – Pedaamiram.
  • Sri Someswara Janardhana Swamy Temple – Gunipudi(Pancharama Ksetram).
  • Sri Shaktieswara Swamy Temple – Yanamadurru.
  • Sri Ksheera Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple – Palacole (T&M)
  • Sri Lakshmi Narashimha Swamy Temple – Antarvedi(V), Sakinetipalli(M)

How To Reach

Well connected by Road, train and air.

  • Bhimavaram train station as well as bus depot/stand.

Airport: The nearest airport to Mavullamma Temple is rajahmundry – 56 KM

History

Sri Mavullamma Ammavaru: Protect of people from evil spirits. It is believed Jaganmatha is the incarnation of Mhakali in olden days .So She is called Mavullamma (Mamidi is local tongue to Mango).  It is believed that neighbour villagers treated her as their own villages mother goodness, so she is addressed as Mavullamma (Mother Goddess Of my own village).The temple history of Jaganmathe Sri Mavullamma came to in the 1880 AD, Since then only the temple history available to us. Every year in the month of Jyesta masa(third month of auspicious Telugu almanac calender) on padyami(New slender crescent moon day). Devotess  celebrates one month long celebration in this month.

In 1910 AD the Mulavirat(statue of Mavullamma) partially damaged. Later reinstates by great artist, sculptor Sri Grandhi Narasanna’s Son Sri Grandhi Apparao. He carved the Mulavirat from ferocious stature to pleasant  present peace form.It is belived ever since her dwelt the down has been become prosperous. The town gradually developing day by day with her blessings. The people have been living peacfully with her auspicious blessings.

LEGEND

It is said that the goddess had emerged during the period of 1200 A.D. But as per the temple point, the history is available only from the period of 1880 A.D. In Bhimavaram a place presently called as Motupalli Veedhi is said to be the place where the goddess had emerged. Sri Mavullamma ammavaru emerged in a place where Neem and  Peepal (vepa)  trees were together.

As the goddess had emerged in this place and as this place is rich for mango trees the Goddess had been named “MAMILLA AMMA” and later on during the days it had converted into “Sri MAVULLAMMA”. Another saying about the name is that as there are many small villages nearby Bhimavaram and they used to come to Bhimavaram to pray the Goddess as their Grama Devata the name “MAA VULLAMMA” had been incarnated.

During Vaishaka masam of the  year 1880 A.D. Sri Mavullamma ammavaru came into the dream o f Sri Marella Machi Raju and Sri Grandhi Appanna and advised  them to build a temple in the place where she had emerged. After they found the Goddess they used to offer her prayers in a small hut. Both Sri Marella Machi Raju and Sri Grandhi Appanna built the temple at the Sunday Market (Previously known as Aidhu Lanterla Stambham). During  1910 A.D. a sculptor Tatavolu Naga Bhushanacharyulu from Kaalla village incarnated the idol of the Goddess as SHANTI SWAROOPINI and placed Rama Krishna Paramahamsa and Vivekananda idols on the both sides of the entrance.

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