Mandasa Vasudeva Perumal Temple.
Sri Vasudeva Street, Mandasa, Andhra Pradesh 532242, India
About Mandasa Vasudeva Perumal Temple.
This is a historical temple located in the Srikakulam district. which is believed to have been constructed by Raja Harihara Mani Deo, one of the landlords of Mandasa. The idol of the presiding deity is carved from a red sand rock. Tourists also visit the other prominent religious attraction, the Varahaswamy temple.
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