Vaadapalli is a village in East Godavari District of the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is situated on the banks of Godavari River. Village is locally famous for lord Venkateswara temple called as "Vadapalli Venkanna Swamy.
Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple is located in Vadapalli. Every year sri swamy vari thirtham hold an annual ceremony. Bhramostavam is performed on a grand scale. Vadapalle is situated in the banks of Godvari in East Godavari district and is situated 10 km from Ravulapalem which is a main junction and we can reach by Buses, Autos etc., The deity is made of Erachandanam wood. Here, Sri venkateswara swamy is also called as Kalyana Venkateswara. The Bhramostavam is celebrated for 10 days. People from neary by villages and cities and also from far places visit this temple during Bhramostavam and also in normal days.it is 24 KMs distance from rajahmundry via bobbarlanka and 9 KMs from Ravulapalem via lolla.it is femiliar in konaseema and its called as "konaseema tirupati" .Every Saturday so many devotees visit this temple.
Vaadapalli also called Konaseema Tirupati can be reached by road from Ravulapalem town in East Godavari district. It is located 11km away from Ravulapalem RTC bus station. Local autos are available to reach the temple. Road Side direction boards will be available all the way from Ravulapalem RTC bus station.
Village is famous for Vaadapalli Venkanna Swamy Temple. It is a historic temple which was developed later in a wide spacious land. Roof around the temple is filled with Govindanamaalu to help disciples recite them while they perform pradakshina's. Mela(fair) stalls are arranged from half kilometer away from the temple on every saturday.
Disciples believe that Venkanna Swamy (Lord Venkateswara) will be pleased and grants wishes if they perform 11 pradakshina's(circumbulation) continuously on 7 saturday's. Hence a lot of crowd is expected on every saturday.