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NAGARI

Nagari is a semi agrarian - semi industrialised town in Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh. A sizeable textile manufacturing industry thrives in and around Nagari. Nagari is 5 km from the Andhra Pradesh - Tamil Nadu border and about 45 km from Tirupati.

  • Shirdi Sai divya dhamam is a newly constructed Temple in 12 acres on Rajiv Nagar Hill in Nagari.
  • Sri vasavi kannika parameswari temple is located near to chavadi.It's holy temple for Vyshas.
  • Sri Desamma Vari Temple is a famous temple in Nagari. Devotees visit the temple on Tuesdays to worship the goddess. The villagers have a strong belief on Desamma that the goddess cures their eye problems if the abhishekam water is poured into their eyes inside the sanctum sanctorum.
  • There is a Siva temple in "Choultry Street" (Satram badi veedhi) which is pretty peaceful and is a popular worship place.
  • Kariyamanikya Swamy Temple, Prakasam road; is also a very old temple, which has been renovated recently and is being maintained by TTD (Tirumala Tirupai Devasthanams). The presiding deity is Kariyamanikya Swamy with his consorts Bhoo Devi and Sridevi.
  • Another old temple in Nagari is Veerabhadra Swami temple in the intersection of Beri veedhi & Prakasam road.
  • Another famous temple in KVPR Pet is Ponniyamman temple, which is also considered as a village goddess.
  • Towards west of Nagari and Pudupet there is a village called K.V.P.R.Pet. There is a very Old Ashram called Sri Sivananda Swamy Ashram headed by the Ashram Mataadhipathi Poojya Sri Swamy Saranaananda, a religious monk, who knows Vaasthu, Astrology, Numerology, Performance of Yagna. Poojya Sri Swamy visited Kailash (China) five times, Mukthinath (Nepal-Pokhra) three times and Aadhi Kailash (India border) two times.
  • Some new temples constructed a few years back are Om Sakthi Temple at the junction of main road & bypass road towards mandapam, two Hanuman Temples near Keelapattu and malachuttu Mandapam (though not a big temple) are also considered a sacred places where the malachuttu festival is performed every year after Sankranthi. Some other temples near Nagari Railway station, named Vembalagi Amma varu and Veera Anjaneya Swamy. These temples are situated on Maruthi Hills, Nagari.
  • Nearby Nagari is Bugga Agraharam which has a very old Shiva temple on the northern banks of Kusasthalai River. Sanskrit word Kusa means Durva grass. This river is produced through Kusa by The Great Sage AGASTHIYA MAHARSI when he visited the Southern parts of India to balance the northern side at the time of Lord Siva's Marriaage. The Temple is being maintained by TTD. (Tirumala Tirupai Devasthanams)
  • There is a small Sri Rama temple(also known as Sri Anjaneya temple) around Bugga Agraharam in Kalyanaiah Kandriga village,which would be visited by many devotees on Saturday nights which is named for blessings of their wishes.
  • Chinthalapatteda which is very near to Nagari, where there is an old and historical temple named "Dhroupathi Amma vari temple". Every year, the village people celebrate a festival to Dhroupathi Amma varu here.
  • Sri Ayyappa Swami Temple is at Sathrawada,Nagari.There is celebrating the MAGARA JYOTHI POOJA will be held once in every year on the day of Sankranthi.