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Upmaka Temple Tourist Places to Visit, Visakhapatnam (vizag), Andhra Pradesh, India.

Upmaka Agraharam Visakhapatnam (Vizag)

This temple is very popular in Upamaka surrounding areas. Here the Lord Venkateswara is Swayambhu / Self manifested. Upmaka Agraharam village Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple is located in Nakkapalle Tehsil of Visakhapatnam (Vizag) district in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is situated 2 km away from sub-district headquarter Nakkapalle and 92km away from district headquarter Visakhapatnam (Vizag), Andhra Pradesh.

The word Upamaka means that there are no places equal to this. According to the local legends, this temple was built by the king of Kandregula named as Sri Krishna Bhupala in East Godavari District during the 6th century. This temple is situated on Garudadri (Hill area). The Lord seated on horse along with his consort Goddess Lakshmi Devi facing North. There is a Ramasthoopam installed in 1964 by Sri Srimannarayana Tridandi Pedda Jeeyar Swamy. His Sthoopam is one of the 108 Ramasthoopas in India.

Upmaka Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple

Sri Venugopala Swamy is the Kshetrapalaka of this temple. As per the local legends, Munis ardently prayed for Liberation at the end of Dwarayuga. Garuda requests Lord Sri Krishna to rest on his head. Lord was settled on Garuda hills in Upamaka village in order to keep the word. Blessed as a result of it’s the place of Lord of Lords “SRI VENKATESWARA”. Holy because it is a magnificent ancient temple.

It is “SWAYAMBHOO”. It is a place of “APADA MOKKULA”. This is known as Upamaka that means that there’s no alternative place up to this. The prominence of this spot is meet the complete region. Any fervent prayer begets immediate boons. It is a powerful belief, nay-practical expertise of 1 and everyone. The Lord is known as giver of “PROGENY”. The Temple is thought for its “SCULPTURE” and “ARCHITECTURAL BEAUTY”

At the end of Dwapara Yuga, Munis ardently prayed for emancipation. Garuda also entreated Lord Srikrishna for resting on his “Sirassu” forever. In order to upkeep the word, the lord descended on “Garuda Parvatha” in upamaka village. The existence of god was made known to the public through shepherds who were doing Pooja and Naivedyam every day. Sri Krishna Bhupaludu the king of Kandregula Sansthanam of East Godavari Dist. constructed the Temple during 6th Century A.D. It was mentioned in Kshetra Mahatyam.

History of Upmaka Temple

The History of the Temple is vividly referred in Brahma Vaivarta Puranam which is otherwise known as “Garudachala Mahatmayam” and in a treatise of poet Brown. At present this tract is obtainable “Kannimara” Library at Chennai. Sri Ramanuja mentioned this Kshethram as one of the 108 sacred Vaishnava Abhimana Kshethrams. Simhachalam is named after this as “Tharsyadri Simhachale”. The period from 1017 A.D. to 1137 A.D by that this Kshethram is understood to be ancient one. The top of “Garudadri Hill” is the abode of Lord Sri Venkateswara.

The Hill looks the shape of “Garuda” to the viewers yonder. Seated on Horse alongside “Lakshmi”, The Horse facing the north, the Lord provides “Darshan” to Bakthakoti (Devotees). Underneath the Hill, there’s a temple of “Sri Venugopal Swamy”. Mythological background of the temple reveals that it’s sage Narada Who made “Prathista” of the temple. Sri Venugopala Swamy is understood because of the pervade of this spot. Upmaka Kshetram is conspicuously called “Place of Pavalimpu” (Rest) to Swamy. In alternative words it’s place of rest, to the LORD. How lucky it’s to Upmaka Kshetram, which is invested with this divine providence. It is the expertise of each fan that lord venkateswara – upamaka guards with invisible arms and fulfills their wants. If once they darshan the lord venkateswara, a bond with upamaka would develop without realizing it. Such is the charisma and magic of the lord.

How to reach Upmaka Nakkapalle in Visakhapatnam (Vizag)

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Devastanam Upmaka is well connected by both rail and road.
It is located at a distance of 4 km from Narsipatnam Road railway station.

BY Road:

APSRTC Buses are available at Rajahmundry, Kakinada and Visakhapatnam at a one-hour interval. APSRTC buses are available in Tuni and Elamanchili at frequent intervals. Regular auto services are available on Narsipatnam, Addu Road and Nakkapalli.

BY Train

Most trains passing between the Kolkata – Chennai line will stop at Tuni Station, which is 20 km from Upmaka. Some of the trains passing between the Kolkata – Chennai line will stop at Narsipatnam Road, which is 4 km away from Upamaka.

BY Air:

 The nearest airport is located in Visakhapatnam, which is 90 kilometers away from Upamaka.