The temple that has made Annavaram, one of the most popular tourist spots in Andhra Pradesh, is at a small distance of 2 km from the Annavaram railway station.
Situated on the Ratnagiri hill, about 460 stone steps lead to the shrine from the bottom of the hill. This temple was constructed in 1891 by a Zamindar of the time, Raja Ramanarayana. The main temple was constructed in the form of a chariot with four wheels at each of the four corners. The Vishwakarma Bahmin Stapathis Architectural Cognizance is at its best in sculpting this temple. The Ratnagiri hill is 300 ft above sea level wih green fields and the river Pampa encircling it.
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