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Benefits of Ginger

Although essentially an herb, Ginger is also known as a spice with healing properties.

  1. Ginger enhances your immune system by adding a piece of ginger to your meals and beverages.
  2. Adding cinnamon and ginger to your tea not only enhances its flavor but also stimulates digestion in the body.
  3. Ginger acts as a soothing agent for the stomach.

Benefits and need of Good Sleep

Benefits and need of Good Sleep:

  1. Sleep is the body’s way of healing and refueling
  2. Lack of sleep has shown to have a disastrous impact on the overall health, not to mention the trauma it causes to the brain, affecting mental health, productivity and mood.
  3. Every one must have at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep in a day

Precautions to have good sleep:

  1. Avoid going to bed hungry or immediately after a heavy meal. The discomfort may keep you up.
  2. The stimulating effects of nicotine and caffeine may also hamper your quality of sleep.
  3. Swimming also helps in weight management, reduces stress levels, strengthens muscles, promotes sound sleep and lowers the risk of many illnesses.
  4. The best solution is a digital detox an hour before bedtime, so avoid digital devices like mobile, computer and TV just before going to bed.

Benefits of Water Intake


  1. Early in the morning, we are dehydrated as our body has been without fluids for past many hours.
  2. Start your day with a huge glass of water to boost your metabolic rate
  3. Increase in your water intake can help in flushing out urea found in the urine and is extremely toxic for the body.
  4. Accumulation of urea in the body can drain out your energy levels and lack of energy is often linked to high sugar cravings. Which can be avoided with more water intake.
  5. Dehydration causes the body to retain water.
  6. Sometimes your body needs more water to work more efficiently.
  7. Water mixes with water soluble fiber and makes it into a gel like substance. This reduces the symptom of bloating.
  8. Doctors’ advice to drink plenty of water as it reduces the risk of developing kidney problems.

Benefits of Basil (Tulsi)


  1. Tulsi or Basil has medicinal properties and is an excellent antibiotic.
  2. We can eat tulsi leaves, drink juice or can add it to tea.
  3. Tulsi builds immunity and stabilizes your existing health condition.
  4. Tulsi is an amazing herb that is known to combat cough, cold and diseases related to the lungs, heart and bladder.
  5. Tulsi is extremely effective against Dengue & Malaria.
  6. Adding basil to your tea not only gives it a strong flavor but also provides heat to the body.

Sri Tirupatamma Ammavari Temple, Penuganchiprolu

Penuganchiprolu Temples History

In India, there is a saying that “where women are respected, the Gods feel happy and make their Abodes there”. In the 17th century, Sri Raja Vasireddy Jagga Bhoopala was ruling Krishna region, with “Amaravathi” Town as his Capital. In his kingdom, was borne Sri Tirupatamma, in the family of “Kolla” as a gift of Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamyvaru of Tirumala in ‘Anigandlapadu’ village. From her childhood, she is “Eka santhagrahi” and learned Puranas, Vedas, Ramanayana and Mahabharata and other epics. She used to give sermons about them to the neighbours, Villegers. She married Gopayya of “Kakani” family,  Penuganchiprolu Village and brought glory to both families, and the entire region, by her undeterred devotion to Lord Sri Venkateswara, Karma, Gnana, Vyragya Yogam etc,. Continue reading


Sri Nettikanti Anjaneya Swamy Vari Devasthanam, Kasapuram

Kasapuram Temple History

In the rule of Sri Krishna Devaraya to the Vijayanagaram Kingdom his Guru Sri Vyasarayaluvaru went on tour to attain religious austerities. While he was on tour, he stayed at Village called “Silpagiri” now called as “Chippagiri” Lord Sri Anjaneya Swamy appeared before Sri Vyasaraya in his dream and advised him to consecrate his idol at place, where the dried Margosa stick will emerge as live tree. Accordingly, Sri Vyasarayalu Varu made prathista of Sri Anjaneya Swamy idol (Swayambhu)at a place called Nettikallu where he saw the dried margosa stick emerged as a live tree and have the deity is called “Nettikanti Anjaneya Swamy”. Continue reading