Sathyanarayana Swamy Temple:
As mentioned above, there is another temple in the vicinity- “Sathyanarayana Swamy” temple. It is a unique combination of Conch and divine wheel of self – manifested Hanuman, Sathyanarayana Swamy temple and an ancient Oak at the southwest, that symbolizes a great auspicious sign. According to Skandapuranam, the importance of Satyanarayana Vratam is depicted in “Reva Khandam”.
To fulfill the desires of devotees, the self-manifested Sahakara Anjaneya Swamy(incarnation of Shiva) and Satyanarayana Swamy(incarnation of Vishnu) temples are together under the ancient Oak.
According to “Kalashodaka Shastra” the temple was constructed in the “Kalash” shape with Sathyanarayana Swamy idol to bless all the devotees who perform “Satyanarayana Vratam”
Devotees express that performing Satyanarayana Vratam brings in prosperity, develops concentration and enhances discipline even among children.