How to make Eco-Friendly Clay Ganesh Idol - Importance of Eco-friendly Clay Ganesha Idols to SAVE Environment



Ganesh Chaturdhi is one of the greatest celebrated festivals of India. The tradition of dipping the Lord Ganesh’s idol, after a certain period of worship is coming from many years. However, the use of Plaster of Paris (POP) in making the idols is posing a severe threat to the water bodies.
The Ganesh idols made up of Plaster of Paris contaminate the water when they are immersed.
The chemical paints present on such idols further add more to water pollution and threat to aquatic life.
  • Plaster of Paris (POP) is not a naturally happening material and contains gypsum, sulfur, phosphorus and magnesium. The idols take several months to melt in water and in the procedure poison the waters of lake, ponds, rives and seas.
  • The chemical paints used to beautify the Ganesh idol contain mercury, lead, cadmium and carbon and this rises the acidity and heavy metal content in the water.
  • Several accessories used during the Ganesh Puja like thermocole, plastic flowers, cloth, incense, camphor and numerous other materials have been dumped carelessly adding more strain to the already polluted rivers and lakes.
  • Uncaring dumping of Ganesh idols in waterbodies blocks the natural flow of water. This results in stagnation and breeding of mosquitoes and other damaging pests.
  • The polluted water reasons numerous diseases including skin diseases.
  • The pollution from Ganesh Chaturthi idols also damages the ecosystem, kills fishes and water plants.
  • In many areas, the same polluted water gets pumped into homes.

Substitutions :

• Use eco-friendly clay idols colorless or painted with natural colors.
• Avoid using plastic covers, thermocols and other unnecessary stuff for decoration.
• Avoid public waterbodies to immerse small idols, instead immerse idol in bucket or tub at home.
• The left ended clay and the water can be later used in the garden.

Let us see that our Worship doesn’t become a blind reason for environmental pollution.
Practice eco-friendly procedures in your daily life. Help save the planet Earth !

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Brief History of Swamy Vivekananda, Sayings and Quotes of Swami Vivekananda in English and Telugu with Images

Introduction

Whenever the name Vivekananda is mentioned most of us have a mental picture of a Swami sitting in meditation with his eyes closed, in ochre robes and turban. Alternatively, we have also seen the picture of a man with stern penetrating eyes, with his arms folded across his chest on our walls. It has been more than a hundred years since his death, but Indians have great admiration for him as he was the first Indian to represent Hinduism in the west.


History of Swamy Vivekananda

Born: January 12, 1863
Died: July 4, 1902
Achievements: Played a major role in spiritual enlightenment of Indian masses; Spread Vedanta philosophy in the West; established Ramakrishna Mission for the service of the poor.

Swami Vivekananda was one of the most influential spiritual leaders of Vedanta philosophy. He was the chief disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahansa and was the founder of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission. Swami Vivekananda was the living embodiment of sacrifice and dedicated his life to the country and yearned for the progress of the poor, the helpless and the downtrodden. He showed a beacon of light to a nation that had lost faith in its ability under British rule and inspired self-confidence among Indians that they are second to none. His ringing words and masterful oratory galvanized the slumbering nation.

Swami Vivekananda real name was Narendranath Dutta. He was born on January12, 1863 in Calcutta. His father's name was Vishwanath Dutta and his mother's name Bhuvaneswari Devi. Narendranath acquired the name of Swami Vivekananda when he became a monk.

As a child Narendra was very lively and naughty. He was good in studies as well as in games. He studied instrumental and vocal music and also practiced meditation from a very early age. Even when Narendra was young he questioned the validity of superstitious customs and discrimination based on caste and religion. As a child Narendra had great respect for sanyasis (ascetics). He would give away anything to anybody if asked for. Whenever a beggar asked for alms, he would give him anything he had. Thus from childhood Narendra had the spirit of sacrifice and renunciation.

In 1879, Narendra passed matriculation and entered Presidency College, Calcutta. After one year, he joined the Scottish Church College, Calcutta and studied philosophy. He studied western logic, western philosophy and history of European nations. As he advanced in his studies, his thinking faculty developed. Doubts regarding existence of God started to arise in Narendra's mind. This made him associate with the Brahmo Samaj, an important religious movement of the time, led by Keshab Chandra Sen. But the Samaj's congregational prayers and devotional songs could not satisfy Narendra's zeal to realise God.



During this time Narendra came to know of Sri Ramakrishna Pramahans of Dakshineswar. Sri Ramakrishna was a priest in the temple of Goddess Kali. He was not a scholar. But he was a great devotee. It was being said of him that he had realized God. Once, Narendra went to Dakshineswar to with his friends see him. He asked Ramakrishna, whether he had seen God. The instantaneous answer from Ramakrishna was, "Yes, I have seen God, just as I see you here, only in a more clear sense." Narendra was astounded and puzzled. He could feel the man's words were honest and uttered from depths of experience. He started visiting Ramakrishna frequently.

It was in Narendra's nature to test something thoroughly before he could accept it. He would not accept Ramakrishna as his guru without a test. Ramakrishna used to say that, in order to realize God, one should give up the desire for money and women. One day Narendra hid a rupee under his pillow. Sri Ramakrishna, who had gone out, came into the room and stretched himself on the cot. At once he jumped up as if bitten by a scorpion. When he shook the mattress, the rupee coin fell down. Later he came to know that it was the doing of Narendra. Narendra accepted Sri Ramakrishna as his guru and took training under him for five years in the Advaita Vedanta, the philosophy of non-dualism. Sri Ramakrishna passed away in 1886 and nominated Narendra as his successor. After his death Narendra and a core group of Ramakrishna's disciples took vows to become monks and renounce everything, and started living in a supposedly haunted house in Baranagore.

In 1890, Narendra set out on a long journey. He covered the length and breadth of the country. He visited Varanasi, Ayodhya, Agra, Vrindavan, Alwar etc. Narendra acquired the name of Swami Vivekananda during the journey. It is said that he was given the name Vivekananda by Maharaja of Khetri for his discrimination of things, good and bad. During his journey, Vivekananda stayed at king's palaces, as well as at the huts of the poor. He came in close contact with the cultures of different regions of India and various classes of people in India. Vivekananda observed the imbalance in society and tyranny in the name of caste. He realised the need for a national rejuvenation if India was to survive at all.

Swami Vivekananda reached Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip of the Indian subcontinent on December24, 1892. He swam across the sea and started meditating on a lone rock. He meditated for three days and said later that he meditated about the past, present and future of India. The rock is presently popular as Vivekananda memorial and is a major tourist destination.

In 1893, Swami Vivekananda went to America to attend the Conference of World Religions in Chicago. He earned wild applause for beginning his address with the famous words, "Sisters and brothers of America." Swamiji mesmerized everyone in America with his masterful oratory. Wherever he went, he dwelt at length on the greatness of Indian Culture. He spoke with spontaneous ease on every topic, be it History, Sociology, Philosophy or Literature. He deplored the malicious propaganda that had been unleashed by the Christian missionaries in India. Swami Vivekananda also went to England. Many people became his disciples. Most famous among them was Margaret Nivedita'. She came to India and settled here.

Swami Vivekananda returned to India in 1897 after four years of touring in the West. He started disseminating the message of spiritual development among Indians. He realized that social service was possible only through the concerted efforts on an organized mission. To achieve this objective, Swami Vivekananda started Sri Ramakrishna Mission in 1897 and formulated its ideology and goal. During the next two years he bought a site at Belur on the banks of the Ganga, constructed the buildings and established the Ramakrishna Mutt. He once again toured the West from January 1899 to December 1900.

Swami Vivekananda died on July4, 1902 at Belur Mutt near Calcutta.

























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Top 200 Secrets Of Success - Series 3 (41-60 secrets out of 200)


41. When you stand and meet someone, stand firm and steadfast. A telling sign of an unfocused, weak mind is constant fidgeting, shifting of the eyes and shallow breathing.

42. Act tough and you will be tough. Have courage and inspire others with your actions. But always be considerate.

43. Ask not what this world can do for you but, rather, what you can do for this world. Make service an important goal in your life. It is a most fulfilling investment of time. Remember, in the twilight of your life, when all is said and done, the quality of your life boils down to the quality of your contribution to others. Leave a rich legacy for those around you to savour.
44. Once a week, arise at dawn. It is a magical time of day. Be still, go for a walk or simply listen to an old Ella Fitzgerald recording. Take a long, hot shower and do 100 pushups. Read one of the classics. You will feel alive and invigorated.

45. Remain slightly aloof. Do not let everyone know everything about you. Cultivate a mystique.

46. Master the art of public speaking. There are few natural speakers. One great trial lawyer stammered dreadfully but through courage and strength of conviction, he developed into a brilliant orator. Role model anyone you think is a highly effective, influential communicator. Visualize a picture of this person. Stand like him, smile like him, and talk like him. The results will startle you.
47. Seek out motivational speakers committed to character training and lifelong success. Make it a point to attend inspirational lectures each month to consistently renew the importance of personal growth in your mind. In a two hour seminar, you can learn powerful techniques and strategies that others have spent many years learning and refining. Never feel that you have no time for gathering new ideas, you are investing in yourself.

48. Read the wonderful book "Discovering Happiness" by Dennis Wholey. It will certainly open up new horizons for you in your quest for an optimal state of health and happiness.


49. To enhance your concentration, read a passage in a book you have never explored. Then try to recite it verbatim. Practice this for only 5 minutes a day and enjoy the results which follow after a few months of effort.

50. Try entering a 5 km running race and then a 10 km event. The adrenaline that flows from the experience of racing with several hundred other fitness-minded people is exhilarating. By constantly pushing the envelope of your capacity, your potential will quickly unfold.Remember, the body will give you only what you ask of it.

51. Aromas have been proven to be an effective means of entering a state of relaxation. Scents have a very noticeable effect on your mindset and moods. Purchase the essential oils of orange and clove bud from your local health food shop. Put a few drops of either oil within a cup of boiling water and inhale the sweet smelling steam for a few minutes. Then let the mixture sit in the room where you are resting. You will gain a sense of peace and serenity. A little apple spice in the air has recently been shown to induce a far more restful sleep.

52. Cultivate the art of walking half an hour after you have finished eating your evening meal. Walks in natural settings are the very best. Walking is, perhaps, nature's ideal exercise. And when you walk, do not think about work or about the bills or about the challenges you might be facing - this will neutralize many of the benefits. Simply enjoy the walk. Notice the richness of your surroundings. Let your senses drink in the beauty of nature and the crispness of the air for a change. So many people who have mastered the art of growing younger have also mastered the habit of a daily walk.
53. Start a program of weight lifting at the gym. Strong people are mentally tough people. As you age, you need not lose your physical nor your mental strength. 75 year-old men are running marathons, 80 year-old women have scaled mountains and 90 year-old grandparents are living rich, productive lives. Whether you are 19 or 93, stay fit, stay motivated and stay passionate about life.

54. Never argue with the person you work for - you will lose more than just the argument.

55. In terms of business attire, dark suits (navy blue and charcoal grey) reflect power, sophistication and authority. Have you ever seen a prime minister or president in a tan suit?

56. Regularly send handwritten notes to your business clients and your other relations to strengthen the bond. Develop a system which reminds you to send something valuable to this network at least once every four months. Send them postcards when you are away on vacation. If you have to buy a few hundred postcards and spend an hour writing, don't worry. This is an exceptionally good investment of your time. Another idea is to send a recent article of interest to your contacts with a handwritten note saying that you thought this would interest them and that you continue to value their friendship. Relationship building should always be a central focus whether you are a CEO, a student, a salesperson or a parent.
57. Two of the fundamentals for a happy, joyful life are balance and moderation. One must maintain a balance of all activities and do nothing to extremes.

58. Drink Jasmine tea which can be obtained from any Chinese herbal shop. It is excellent for your general health and is very relaxing. Also try placing a few slices of fresh ginger in a cup of hot water for a superb tea that will restore vitality and keep you in a peak physical condition.

59. Remember that effective time management makes you more rather than less flexible. It allows you to do the things that you really want to do rather than the things you really have to do.

60. Do not take personal development books as gospel. Read them and take whatever useful ideas you need. Some people feel they must do everything suggested and take the techniques to extremes. Every book has at least one tool or strategy of benefit. Take what you need and what works for you and discard what doesn't suit you.


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Krishna Pushkaralu 2016 - List of Ghats in AP and Telangana


The Krishna river is the fourth largest river, which is about 1,300 kilometers long. It originates from Mahabaleswar of Maharashtra and exits into the Bay of Bengal at Hamsaladeevi. The river flows through Karnataka and ends its journey in Andhra Pradesh before reaching its final destination viz., Bay of Bengal. Most of the Krishna River is connected with Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh.

Krishna Pushkaralu is a festival of River Krishna which normally occurs once in 12 years. The Pushkaralu is observed for a period of 12 days from the time of entry of Jupiter into Virgo (Kanya rasi).

Vijayawada is located on the banks of the Krishna River. Vijayawada is very much famous for Krishna Pushkaralu. The Krishna Pushkaralu will be held from August 12th to 23rd. During the celebrations, devotees will take a dip in the sacred Krishna River to wash away their sins.

As per the legend, there lived a Brahmin in a village. He did severe penance towards Lord Shiva. As a result of it, Lord Shiva granted a boon because of which he was blessed with a power to purify the holy rivers. Thenceforth he was known as Pushkar (the one who nourishes). While traveling from one zodiac sign to another, Brihaspati aka Jupiter requested Pushkar to make the 12 sacred rivers holy. Various pujas and rituals were performed during the Pushkaralu.

The festival lasts as long as Jupiter remains in the corresponding zodiac sign. Major crowds will throng during the first 12 days. The first 12 days when the Jupiter enters the zodiac sign and the last 12 days when it exits the zodiac sign are considered as most auspicious. The first twelve days are known as Adi pushkaram, and the last twelve days are called Anthya Pushkaram. It is believed that during the above period of twenty-four days, Pushkar will be traveling with Jupiter as it moves from one Zodiac sign to another and will be making any river holy.. Krishna Pushkaralu commences on 12th August 2016 in the morning.


Kurnool District Pushkara Ghats
Ghat Name Address Route Map
Bhramaramba Ghat Srisailam, Kurnool, Srisailam How To Reach
Mallikarjuna Ghat Srisaila Devasthanam, Srisailam How To Reach
Lalitha Devi Ghat Sangameswaram How To Reach
Sangameswar Ghat Sangameswaram How To Reach


Nalgonda District Pushkara Ghats
Ghat Name Address Route Map
Kasarajpally Pushkar Ghat Kasarajpally Village, Chandampet Mandal How To Reach
Peddamunagala Pushkar Ghat Pedda Munigal Village, Chandampet Mandal How To Reach
AzHow To Reachuram Pushkar Ghat AzHow To Reachuram Village, PA Pally Mandal How To Reach
Ootlapally Pushkar Ghat Ootlapally Village, Peddavoora Mandal How To Reach
Hanuman Temple Ghat Near R&B Bridge, Chinthalapalem, Peddavoora Mandal How To Reach
Shivalayam Ghat Shivalayam Temple, Peddavoora Mandal How To Reach
Adavidevulapally Ghat Adavidevulapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Mudhimanikyam Ghat Mudimanikyam, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Irikigudem Ghat Irkigudem, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Ayyappa Temple Ghat Ayyappa Swamy Temple, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Old Cement Road Ghat Old Cement Road, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Mudhiraj Rev Ghat Mudhiraju revu, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Old Police Station Ghat Old Police Station Road, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Metlarevu Ghat Metla revu, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Laxmipuram Ghat Lamxipuram revu, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Shivalayam Ghat Shivalayam Ghat, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Shivalayam VIP Ghat Shivalayam VIP Ghat, Wadapally How To Reach
Sri Laxmi Narasimha Swamy Temple Ghat Narsimha Swamy Temple, Wadapally, Damaracherla Mandal How To Reach
Mahankaligudem Ghat Mahankali Gudem, Nereducherla mandal How To Reach
Balaji Ghat 1 Balaji Ghat, Mattampally Mandal How To Reach
Balaji Ghat 2 Balaji Ghat, Mattampally Mandal How To Reach
Balaji Ghat 3 Balaji Ghat, Mattampally Mandal How To Reach
Markandaya Ghat Markendeya Ghat Bridge L/s Bridge R/s, Mattampally Mandal How To Reach
Prahalada Ghat Mattampally How To Reach
Buggamadaram Ghat Buggamadharam, Mellacheruvu Mandal How To Reach
Vajinepally Ghat Vajinepally, Mellacheruvu Mandal How To Reach
Kistapuram Ghat Kistapuram, Mellacheruvu Mandal How To Reach
Chaya Someshwara Temple Ghat Chaya Someshwara Alayam, Panagal, Nalgonda How To Reach
Crocodile Zone/ Deyyalagandi Ghat Deyyalagandi How To Reach

Krishna District Pushkara Ghats
Ghat Name Address Route Map
Gullalamoda Ghat Gullalamoda, Etimoga Village, Nagayalanka How To Reach
T.Kothapalem Village Ghat T.Kothapalem Village, Nagayalanka How To Reach
Sri RaHow To Reachada Kshetram Ghat Nagayalanka How To Reach
Nagayalanka 7th Ward Ghat Nagayalanka How To Reach
Brahmananda Puram Ghat Nagayalanka How To Reach
Vekanuru-1 Ghat Vekanuru, Avanigadda How To Reach
Vekanuru-2 Ghat Vekanuru, Avanigadda How To Reach
Edlanka Ghat Edlalanka, Avanigadda How To Reach
South Chiruvolu Lanka Ghat Chiruvolu Lanka, Avanigadda How To Reach
Kothapeta Ghat Kothapeta Village, Avanigadda How To Reach
Puligadda Ghat Puligadda Village, Avanigadda How To Reach
K.Kothapalem Ghat Kokkiligadda Kothapalem, Mopidevi How To Reach
Bobbarlanka Ghat Bobbarlanka, Mopidevi How To Reach
Mopidevi Warf Ghat Mopidevi How To Reach
Kosuruvaripalem Ghat Kosuruvaripalem, Mopidevi How To Reach
Pedakallepalli Ghat Pedakallepalli, Mopidevi Mandal How To Reach
Pedakallepalli Ghat-1 Pedakallepalli, Mopidevi Mandal How To Reach
Pedakallepalli Ghat - 2 Pedakallepalli, Mopidevi Mandal How To Reach
Hamsaladeevi Ghat Hamsaladeevi, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
Ullipalem Ghat Ullipalem, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
Salempalem Harijanawada Ghat Salempalem, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
Pittalanka Padavalarevu Ghat Pittalanka, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
Kummaripalem Ghat Kummaripalem, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
V.Kothapalem Ghat V.kothapalem, Koduru Mandal How To Reach
Royyuru Ghat Royyuru, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Vallurupalem Ghat Vallurupalem, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Thotlavalluru Ghat Thotlavalluru How To Reach
Chagantipadu Ghat Chagantipadu, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Devarapalli Ghat Devarapalli, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Illuru -1 Ghat Illuru, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Illuru - 2 Ghat Illuru, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Illuru - 3 Ghat Illuru, Thotlavalluru Mandal How To Reach
Yanamalakuduru Ghat Yanamalakuduru, Penamaluru mandal How To Reach
Pedapulipaka Ghat Pedapulipaka, Penamaluru mandal How To Reach
Chodavarm Ghat Chodavarm, Penamaluru mandal How To Reach
Kasaranenivaripalem Ghat Kasaranenivaripalem, Penamaluru mandal How To Reach
Gani Atkuru Pushkar Ghat Gani Atkuru, Kanchikacherla Mandal How To Reach
Chevitikallu Pushkar Ghat Chevitikallu, Kanchikacherla Mandal How To Reach
Kunikinapadu Pushkar Ghat Kunikinapadu, Kanchikacherla Mandal How To Reach
Punnavalli Ghat Punnavalli, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Kasarabada Ghat Kasarabada, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Ustepalli Ghat Ustepalli, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Gudimetla Ghat Gudimetla, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Gudimetla - 2 Ghat Gudimetla, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Popuru Ghat Popuru, Chandarlapadu Mandal How To Reach
Sri Vedadri Village Ghat Vedadri, Jaggaiahpeta Mandal How To Reach
Sri Yogananda Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Vari Ghat Vedadri, Jaggaiahpeta Mandal How To Reach
Sri Ravirala Village Ghat Ravirala, Jaggaiahpeta Mandal How To Reach
Sri Bhavani Muktheswara Swamy Vari Ghat Mukteswarapuram, Jaggaiahpeta Mandal How To Reach
Uttaravahini Ghat Mukteswarapuram, Jaggaiahpeta Mandal How To Reach
Vadapalem Ghat Vadapalem, Machilipatnam Mandal How To Reach
China Yadara Ghat China Yadara, Machilipatnam Mandal How To Reach
Bhogireddy palle Ghat Bhogireddy palle, Machilipatnam Mandal How To Reach
Papavinasama Ghat Ghantasala How To Reach
Srikakulam Ghat Srikakulam, Ghantasala Mandal How To Reach
Ramudupalem Ghat Ramudupalem, Challapalli Mandal How To Reach
Inapuru Ghat Inapuru, Pamidimukkala Mandal How To Reach
Ferry Ghat Ibrahimpatnam How To Reach
Guntupalli Ghat Guntupalli, Ibrahimpatnam Mandal How To Reach
Tummalapalem-1 Ghat Tummalapalem, Ibrahimpatnam Mandal How To Reach
Tummalapalem-2 Ghat Tummalapalem, Ibrahimpatnam Mandal How To Reach
Sangamam Ghat Ibrahimpatnam How To Reach
Damuluru Ghats-1 & 2 Damuluru, Ibrahimpatnam Mandal How To Reach
Munnaluru Pushkar Ghat Munnaluru, Kanchikacherla Mandal How To Reach
Vijaya Krishna Ghat Kanakadurgamma Varadhi, Vijayawada (Urban) How To Reach
Padmavathi Ghat Opp.PNBS, Krishna Lanka, Vijayawada How To Reach
Krishnaveni Ghat Vijayawada How To Reach
Durga Ghat Near Prakasam Barrage, Beside Model Guest House, Vijayawada How To Reach
Punnami Ghat Bhavanipuram, Near Punnami Hotel, Vijayawada How To Reach
Bhavani Ghat Bhanipuram, Vijayawada How To Reach
Gollapudi Main Ghat Gollapudi, Vijayawada How To Reach
Surayapalem, (H/o.Gollapudi Village) Ghat Suraypalem, Gollapudi, Vijayawada How To Reach

Guntur District Pushkara Ghats

Ghat Name Address Route Map
Veerlapalem Ghat Veerlapalem Village, Duggirala mandal How To Reach
Pedakonduru Ghat Pedakonduru Village , Duggirala Mandal How To Reach
Godavarru Ghat Godavarru Village, Chebrole Mandal How To Reach
VP South Krishnaveni Ghat Macherla How To Reach
Anupu Ghat Macherla How To Reach
Rentachintala Mandal Satrasala Ghat-1 & 2 Rentachintala How To Reach
Daida Ghat Daida, Gurajala Mandal How To Reach
Gottimukkala Ghat Gottimukkala, Gurajala mandal How To Reach
Ragulagadda Ghat Regulagadda Village, Machavaram Mandal How To Reach
Vallampalli Ghat Vellampalli Village, Machavaram Mandal How To Reach
Govindapuram Ghat Govindapuram Village, Machavaram Mandal How To Reach
Sitanagaram - 1 & 2 Ghat Sitanagaram How To Reach
Pondugala Ghat Pondugula Village, Dachepalle Mandal How To Reach
Ramapuram Ghat Ramapuram Village, Dachepalle Mandal How To Reach
Bhatrupalem Ghat Bhatrupalem, Dachepalle Mandal How To Reach
Katrapadu Ghat Katrapadu Village, Dachepalle Mandal How To Reach
Tangeda Ghat Tangeda, Dachepalli mandal How To Reach
Dharanikota - A & B Ghat Dharanikota Village, Amaravathi Mandal How To Reach
Amaravathi - A & B Ghat Amaravathi How To Reach
Vykuntapuram Ghat Vykuntapuram, Amaravathi Mandal How To Reach
Harichandrapuram-A & B Ghat Harichandrapuram Village, Thullur Mandal How To Reach
Borupalem Ghat Borupalem village, Thullur Mandal How To Reach
Rayapudi Ghat Rayapudi village, Thullur Mandal How To Reach
Tallayapalem -A & B Ghat Tallayapalem Village, Thullur Mandal How To Reach
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Mahbubnagar District Pushkara Ghats
S. No Village Mandal Temple Name Incharge/Officer Contact No
1 Krishna (Railway Bridge) Maganoor Kshreeralingeshwara Swamy RDO – Narayanpet /9000101503
2 Gudeballur (Krishna Raod Bridge) Maganoor Sri Laxmi Venkateswara Swamy Asst.PD – DRDA / 8790990502
3 Pasupala Maktal Sri Dattatreya Swamy CEO – SETMAH / 9849909071
4 Panchadevpahad Maktal Sri Dattatreya Swamy AD(S&LR) /986656782,9441065131
5 Parevula Maktal Shivalayam DD, O/o CPO / 7702209873
6 Nandimalla (Jurala Dam Site) Atmakur Shivalayam PD, MEPMA / 9701385571
7 Mulamalla Atmakur Sri Anjaneya Swamy AD Handlooms / 8008705788
8 Jurala Atmakur Ramalayam AD, Agriculture / 7288894341
9 Nettempadu Dharur Shivalayam AD, Agriculture – Gadwal / 7288894359
10 Revulapally Dharur Sri Anjaneya Swamy GM Industries – 9866313049
11 Pedda Chintharevula Dharur Sri Anjaneya Swamy Spl. Dpty. Collector, LA (Maktal) / 9849904192
12 Nadi Agraharam Gadwal Shivalayam RDO, Gadwal / 9000101502
13 Beerelly Gadwal Shivalayam PD, Housing / 7799721175
14 Beechupally Itikyal Sri Anjaneya Swamy Joint Collector – 9440903166 DFO(T), MBNR / 9440810108
15 Rangapuram (Krishna Road Bridge – NH44) Pebbair Sri Bhaktanjeneya Swamy AJC / 9849904188 PD DWMA / 709550555
16 Mungaman Dinne Pebbair Sri Anjaneya Swamy DD Social Welfare 8886662875
17 Gummadam Pebbair Ramalayam MAO- wanaparthy (I/C) 7288894326
18 Kyathur Alampur Sri Anjaneya Swamy CPO(JD) / 9849904721
19 Gondimalla Alampur Shivalayam CEO, ZP – MBNR / 8008901002
20 Jetprole Weepangandla Sri Madanagopala Swamy ED – BC Corp./ 9849906021
21 Manchala Katta Kollapur Ramatheertha & Shivalayam ED – SC Corp. / 9849905995
22 Malleshwaram (High Level) Kollapur DD – Adult Education / 9849909214
23 Somasila ( General) Kollapur Lalithasomeshwara Swamy RDO – Nagarkurnool / 9000101504
24 Somasila (VIP Ghat) Kollapur Shivalayam APD – DWMA – 7095505472
25 Patala Ganga (Srisailam Dam Site) Amrabad Sri Dattatreya Swamy PO,DRDA / 8790990558
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