Sri Swayambhu Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Temple

Sri Swayambhu Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Temple
Temple Address
Main Road, Chittoor, Kanipakam, Andhra Pradesh 517131, Kanipakam, Andhra Pradesh 517131
Temple overview

Rich in historical monuments is in Andhra Pradesh. Sri Swayambhu Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Temple posseses many holy temples with architectural beauty, which attract large numbers of pilgrims and tourists from inside and outside the country.
Two sacred places not only for Andhra Pradesh but also for India are in Chittoor district. Lord Venkateswara in Tirupati and Tirumala, who is also worshipped as `Balaji’ by the north Indians. In the midst of the Seshachalam hills Tirumala lies , which are 2,000 feet above the sea level. A major tourist centre is it has also worldwide importance.
A famous pilgrim centre is Srikalahasti is also in Andhra Pradesh and the temple here is dedicated to Vayulingam a name given to Lord Siva and considered as Dakshina Kasi. There is another famous temple in chittoor district that is Sri Vara sidhi Vinayaka Temple which is significant for its purity and rich heritage apart from those two temples.
The water in the well got dried up and they could no longer continue their job, on one such operation they found that. Started digging it up one of them got into the well. iron implement hitting a stone like formation he was taken aback to see.
Later, to see blood oozing out from it he was shocked. Within a few seconds turned blood red in colour the entire water in the well. Thus, all the three became normal getting rid of their deformities startled by this divine sight. They thronged to the well and tried to deepen the well further, as soon as the villagers came to know about this miracle. But their attempt proved futile because the ‘swayambhu’ idol (the self-manifested) of Lord Vinayaka emerged from the swirling waters. so
Sri Swayambhu Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Temple is famous Vinayaka temple.
Temple Timings:

Days Timings
Monday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Tuesday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Wednesday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Thursday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Friday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Saturday 4.00am to 9:30pm
Sunday 4.00am to 9:30pm

Temple Timing