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Kanipakam Varasiddhi Vinayaka TemlpeTemple History Legend

Know the details about the Kanipakam Varasiddhi Vinayaka TemlpeTemple History Legend, Kanipakam Temple Miracles Story Telugu State.

Kanipakam Ganesha has a history of thousands of years. Kanipakam Vinayaka appeared in a small village on the bank of Bahuda river in Irala Mandal of Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The shrine is on the Tirupati-Bangalore National Highway, 12 km from Chittoor. is far away. Kani means wetland pakam means water flowing into wetland.

Kanipakam Varasiddhi Vinayaka TemlpeTemple History Legend

In a small village, there lived three crippled brothers. One of them has no ear, another has a mouth, and still, another has no eyes. They are always working hard and cultivating land without suffering from a disability.

From a nearby well, they regularly use enough water for their agricultural work. But as the well gradually dried up, one of them attempted to dig it. Soon after they started digging, they felt that there was something in the well. While digging further, blood flowed from there and filled the entire well.

The brothers looked surprised and saw a Ganesha statue from it. Ganesha, who appeared there himself, removed the handicap of the three. All the people of the village who came to know about this were surprised and started worshipping the god. The whirlwind emerging from the waters made it difficult to pull the god out. All the people say that Swayambhu Vinayaka Swami is the one who appeared from Lord Vinayaka himself. Gradually, a temple was built for the god and started worshipping it as Kanipakam Vinayaka Swamy. After that, it came to be known as Kanipakam Vinayaka Swamy Temple.

Even today, the idol of Kanipakam Vigneswara, the god of oaths, is half submerged in water. The water in that well is offered by the priests to the devotees. No one has been able to find the final body of Swami no matter how much digging is done. The temple priests always perform special pujas to Swami along with Ashtottara pujas during festivals. Our two eyes are not enough to see the Vinayaka Chavithi festival.

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