"Ramanarayanam" an aesthetic and spiritual temple, which has been constructed by the NCS Charitable Trust it took nearly five-and-a-half-years on the Vizianagaram - Korukonda Road, is opened to public since Sriramanavami 2014.’ This complex is spreading over 15 acres, certainly a visual treat for the young and old alike. The structure is built in shape of ‘Rama Dhanuvu’ (the sign Sagittarius in the zodiac) has two floors with Sri Maha Vishnu temple on the one and Sri Rama temple on the other. Linking both the temples in the shape of a bow is the ‘Pranava Margam’ that bears all-important ‘khandaas’ of Saint Valmiki’s Srimadhramayana in visual forms.
Lord Vigneswara temple at the entrance, the path in the shape of an arrow leads to the complex that has colourful fountains. At the tip of the arrow, a 60-feet-high Hanuman statue has been installed which is visible even from a distance of 1km. In forefront of the two-floor complex, Sri Lakshmi and Sri Gnana Sarswati idols have been installed. This complex has meditation centre, Veda pathsala, where Sama Veda is being taught to children.
Pydithallamma The famous temple of Sri Pydithalli Ammavaru (also known as Pydimamba) is located in the heart of Vizianagaram City in the Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh. The goddess here is considered to be the "Grama Devata" (deity who protects the city). This ancient temple is located close to the railway station and the temple is one of the major and prestigious religious attractions in the district. The Second temple for her is near 3 lanterns Junction just 2 km from Bus and Railway Station.
Ganta Stambham (Clock Tower)
During the British Raj, the Kings of Vizianagaram made frequent visits to London. The Big Ben in London inspired them to make a replica in their town. The Ghanta Stambham (Clock Tower) originally had a sandstone finish with a white top and has now been painted cream and red. With 68 feet high octagonal building that was built at a cost of only Rs.5,400. in 1885 and is located very close to the fort, right in the heart of the city .
This temple is situated in Vizianagaram Town and it was built in the year 1890 by the Komatis (Trading community) in the honour of a village girl belonging to their community, who committed suicide to protect her honour. The temple was constructed on the land donated by the Maharaja of Vizianagaram.
Gyana Saraswati Temple
Gyana Saraswati temple is located in SVN nagar exactly 2 KM away from Vizianagaram Railway Station and Bus Station. It is the only saraswati temple in Vizianagaram District which is quite famous where every year thousands of devotees visit on daily to offer puja. The very special day is Vasant Panchami it’s on this huge no of kids get aksharabhyasam in presence of goddess Saraswathi.
This village is situated in Nellimarla mandal at a distance of 11 KM to the North East of Vizianagaram. It is one of the holiest places in India, Ramtirtham, is a unique temple where three major faiths - Jain, Buddhist and Hindu - are represented. The complex is spread over three hills - Bodi Konda, Gurubhakta Konda and Durga Konda - containing Jain and Buddhist relics. Commemorative seals, remains of Chaityas (Prayer Halls) and Stupas (Semi Circular Buildings), dating back to the Buddhist period, have also been found here. It is believed that these hills were the abode of Lord Rama during his exile in the forest. The main temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and is believed to have been consecrated by Yudhishtira, the eldest of the Pandava Princes of the epic Mahabharat.
Govindapuram is situated in Pusapatirega Mandal at distance of 30 K.Ms from Vizianagaram Town. The magnificent temple here is renowned for its sculptural beauty and is based on the essence of Bhagawat Gita. Gyana Ratham with Lord Krishna on the chariot is an impressive image which enthralls the visitors.