Vemulawada Kaman has completed 50 years
K Haribabu, News18, Rajanna Sircilla
“Nandi Kaman” (Welcome Arch) in the suburb of Vemulawada has completed 50 years. This structure, made with lime, is still an intact structure. Devotees traveling from Vemulawada to Siricilla Siddipet Kamareddy.. Devotees coming from Siricilla, Siddipet, Kamareddy, Hyderabad.. It must be said that the welcome has ended a bit in the middle of the road due to the widening of the road. Travelers and devotees of the king believe that going from the center of the Swagathorana will bring good luck. Let’s find out the details of the welcome arch that the old building is still standing today.
Nandi Kaman, which welcomes devotees to the temple of Sri Rajarajeswara Swamy in Vemulawada, popularly known as Dakshina Kashi and a famous Shaivite Kshetra, has entered into 50 years today. Before 1971 there was no transport facility for the devotees to reach the temple of Sri Rajarajeswara Swamy. At that time only vehicles were running from Karimnagar to Sirisil. Devotees and people of Vemulawada town also used to get down from vehicles at Nampally and reach the shrine of Vemulawada King on foot. But for the convenience of Rajanna devotees, the then chairman of Rajanna temple Venkateswara Rao not only built a welcome arch at Nandi Kaman but also built a road up to Tippapur with the funds of Rajanna temple at a cost of about one and a half lakh rupees. This has made it convenient for Rajanna devotees and travelers.
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Due to lack of welcome arch, devotees coming from far away areas of Hyderabad Siddipet used to go to Kodurupaka and Venkatravupalli villages towards Karimnagar and return to Vemulawada Rajan Temple via Nampally. The then officials who recognized these problems by setting up a welcome arch, the devotees are reaching without such problems.
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Devotees and townspeople are debating that the welcome arch is built with lime. Devotees traveling from Vemulawada to Sirisilla Siddipet Kamareddy.. Devotees and travelers coming from Sirisilla, Siddipet, Kamareddy, Hyderabad.. It must be said that the welcome has ended somewhat in the middle of the road due to the widening of the road. Travelers and devotees of the king believe that going from the center of the welcome arch will bring good luck.
Along with the Vemulawada Rajanna devotees, the then Rajanna Temple Chairman Venkateswar Rao and the authorities constructed the Swagatha Toranam Kaman at Nandi Kaman for the convenience of the townspeople. The work started in February 1971 and was completed by March 1973. Veduruvelli Ramaswami, who had experience in construction works at that time, had Dungu lime prepared and completed this building there. Nandi Kaman, built of lime, shines brightly in the full moon light. Painting every Maha Shivratri has reduced the water a little. Even after 50 springs, it is still there.. but the structure is not intact.. it continues to welcome the devotees.
On this occasion, Ramana, the grandson of Veduruvelli Ramaswami, said that there, the devotees of Rajanna constructed a welcome arch for the convenience of the people by making dangu sunna. The welcome arch appears welcoming. He said that he felt fortunate that his grandfather Ramaswamy was involved in the construction of Swagata Toranam.
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