Pithapuram Sri Puruhutika Devi Temple Open and Close Timings

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Puruhutika Temple, famous as Shakthi Peeta Temple Located in Andhra Pradesh. This is the Temple of Goddesses Maha Durga. This Temple is one in Ashtadasa Shakthi peetams. Popularly This is the 10th Shakti peetam and a potent Shakti peetam Temple. Devotees Visit This temple to have the darshan of the Goddess Durga devi. Hundreds of devotees visit the temple daily. On Special Days like Navaratri Utsavam, Karthika masam, and Other devi-related festivals times, thousands of people visit this temple to have the darshan of goddess Puruhutika devi here.

When Lord Vishnu severed Sati devi’s body with the Sudarshana Chakra, her seat body part landed here. After entering the temple, you’ll immediately witness Padagaya Sarovaram Pond (Pada Gaya Sarovar). Across from the pond, on the right, is where the major Kukkuteswara swamy temple is located. The northeastern area of the Kukkuteswara Swamy Temple is where the Puruhutika Devi Temple is situated.

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Pithapuram Sri Puruhutika Devi Temple Open and Close Timings

  • 5:00 am to 12:00 pm in the morning
  • Hours: 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Sri Pada Jayanthi sees the performance of Unjal Seva. Cost of Ticket: Rs. 1500
  • R.558 in food donations for 11 devotees on any given day.

Location of the Sri Puruhutika Devi Temple:

Sri Puruhutika Devi and Kukkuteswara Swamy Temple are located at Pithapuram Village in the East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh. This temple is located 62 KM distance from Rajahmundry, 12 Km from Samarlakota, and 15 KM from Kakinada. People can travel by Bus from Rajamundry, Kaninada to Pitapuram. There is a frequent bus facility provided to Pilgrims.

Kukuteswara Temple is one of the special attractions:

People offer prayers to their ancestors at this complex of temples known as Pada Gayasura’s body was chopped up into three heads, one of which fell over Siro Gaya (Called Gaya in Bihar) Due to the location of the fallen legs (Padas), this place is known as Pada Gaya, as opposed to Nabhi Gaya, which is the location of the fallen below-chest (Nabhi) section (Jajpur in Orissa).

  • Pada Gaya Kshetram
  • Swayambu Dattatreya Temple
  • Pada Gaya Sarovaram
  • Sai Baba Temple


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