Correct Answer - Option 2 : (a) - (iii), (b) - (iv), (c) - (ii), (d) - (i)
The correct answer is (a) - (iii), (b) - (iv), (c) - (ii), (d) - (i).
|List - I
||List - II
|(a) Mannemkonda Jatara
||(iii) Anjaneya Swamy
|(b) Durajpally Jatara
||(iv) Lingamanthula Swamy
|(c) Siddulagutta Jatara
||(ii) Siddeshwara Swamy
|(d) Singaraya Jatara
||(i) Laxmi Narasihma Swamy
- Manyamkonda is a hill shrine of Lord Venkateshwara, located 5 km from Devarakadra town on the National Highway 167 to Raichur.
- The ideal time to visit this temple is at the time of Jaathara, celebrated every year during January or February.
- It is also called the "Palamoor Tirupathi".
- Manyamkonda Jatara is an interstate religious festival of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.
- This festival involves shifting idols from Odisha to Andhra at Polluru village in Mothugudem Mandal of East Godavari District.
Peddagattu or Gollagattu Jathara is the festival done in the name of Lord Lingamanthulu Swamy and Goddess Choudamma every 2 years.
- Peddagattu (Gollagattu) is the second biggest religious congregation or Jathara in the state of Telangana after Sammakka Saralamma Jatara in Jayashankar Bhupalapally.
Siddulagutta temple is located on a small hill and is dedicated to Lord Shiva(Swayambhu).
- Due to the white colour of the hill, this temple is called "Vendikonda".
- There are two subsidiary shrines namely Ammavari Temple and Bhavani Matha Temple which are connected by a maha mandapa supported by 32 pillars.
- Hanuman and Ganesh's temples are also there in the temple premises.
- The Singaraaya Jaatara is celebrated at the Lakshminarasimha Swami temple located near Kurella, Baswapur villages in Koheda Mandal of Karimnagar district.
- Thousands of devotees from Warangal, Medak and Karimnagar district visit this Jaatara every year.
- They take a holy dip in the Moya Tummeda Vaagu, a small stream nearby, and offer prayers to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha.