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A Day Trip to WARGAL Saraswati Devi Temple

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Happy New Year 2018 ID Folks 

Wanted to Start New Year travels with some visit to a Temple and being January ,cold started picking up and my daughter is about to join - finalized to visit Wargal Saraswati Devi Temple

Wargal is around 54 kms from my Home in Nallakunta , Hyderbad and we took around 1 hr drive on lazy sunday morning -Jan 7th .

Route taken was Osmania University Campus-Tarnaka-Mettuguda-RailNilayam-JBS-Alwal-Shamirpet-VantiMamidi-Wargal

Drive was simple- Just stay on KarimNagar Highway and after Turkapally  , VantiMamidi  Need to Take Left side Road once you find Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Board and you can find the temple arch - has to travel few kms into the village and locals can direct to the temple

Being Sunday very less traffic and we have started at 8:00 from Home and we have reached by 9:15.

Wargal is famous for Saraswati Temple and also shani Temple....Its famous for aksharabyasams  

Had quick darshan and crowd was slowly picking up- but it was a peaceful darshan and there is free AnnaDanam inside the temple every day .

 

AnnaDanam Timings :  Every MON,TUE,WED, THURDSAYS : 10:30 A:M -12:30 P:M

                                          Every FRI,SAT,SUNDAYS :10:30 A:M-2:00 P:M

 

Temple Timings :          Every MON,TUE,WED, THURDSAYS : 06:00 A:M -12:30 P:M

                                                                                                           04:00 P:M - 07:30 P:M

                                          Every FRI,SAT,SUNDAYS :06:00 A:M-2:00 P:M

                                                                                        04:00 P:M - 07:30 P:M

 

After having pleasant Darshan and has meals inside temple - it was good with one pickle , Dal , Rice and Sambar , Curd  we started back to Hyderabad and around temple premises you can get fresh vegetables from the local villagers and for very reasonable price - most of them grown in their home backyards

Took around 1 hour to reach city and traffic was less being sunday and afternoon - we reached Home by 1:00 P:M

 

 

 

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