Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple, Mopidevi Location Map and Entry Fee

Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple, Mopidevi Location Map and Entry Fee | Holidays and Timings of Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple

The Mopidevi Temple is located in Mopidevi village which is about 70 Km from Vijayawada in Krishna-District of Andhra Pradesh. Lord Subramanyeshwar or Karthikeyi is the presiding deity of this temple. This temple is mostly visited by devotees during the days of Ashada Sukla, Naga Panchami, Shasti and Nagula Chavathi.  Devotees believe that visiting this temple and offering prayers here would relieve them of their pain and sufferings.  Devotees in large numbers throng to this temple every day.

 

Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple Working days and Holidays: Open on all days

 

Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple Timings:

 

Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple Entry Fee:                                N/A

 

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July 21st, 2011 | Posted under Andhra Pradesh, Pilgrimage tourism, South India, Temples/Pilgrims, Travel News.

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One Response to “Lord Subrahmanyeswar Temple, Mopidevi Location Map and Entry Fee”
  1. Cemre says:

    Temples I’ve been inside: SL, Logan, Timpanogas, Provo, St. George, LV, LA, Oakland, Mesa, Boise, Seattle, Lubbock, Baton Rouge, Houston, DC, Boston, Denver, Orlando, Nauvoo, Winter Quarters, Palmyra, Bern, St. Louis, Jordan River, Detroit, Kirtland, Columbus, Manti 28 total.Temples I’ve seen: Those 28 plus Dallas, Oklahoma City, Ogden, Oqhirrh Hills, Draper, Idaho Falls, Rexburg, Bountiful, Twin Falls, Billings, NYC, Newport Beach, and the cottorucsinn sites of the new Kansas City temple and the new Gilbert, AZ temple 42 total. (I’ve also visited the temple sites at Far West and Independence.)Dedications: South Jordan and St. Louis in person, Nauvoo, WQ, and Palmyra via video.Favorite: I like them all, although I’ve realized I have a strong preference for the small temples. So, probably Lubbock, Detroit, or Baton Rouge.It’s OK with me if you all take this temple attendance as a sign of my superior righteousness, but it is mostly just a function of the amount of travel I do in connection with my work. Instead of sitting around the hotel room on a weekday evening, I like to see if a temple is within reasonable driving distance. Also, I’m older than most of you youngsters.

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