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surname of 6000 Niyogi (subsect of Niyogi in Brahmins) who migrated
from Pasarlapudi Lanka to Ontimamidi in East Godavari District,
Andhra Pradesh, India. Yerramilli Jagga Kavi once wanted to go to
Kaasi. On the way he stopped at Ontimavidi. There in his dream Kasi
Visweswara appeared and said to him "You don't need to go to Kaasi
to see me. I am here in Ontimavidi." So he built a temple there and
settled in that village. That is root of all the Yerramillis. In
the historically familiar village of Vantimamidi there is an
ancient temple of Lord Shiva which is few centuries old. In the
year of 1852 Late Sri Yerramilli Venkatachalam garu the mula
purushudu of the Yerramilli family who moved to Vantimamidi from
Pasarlapudi lanka, had taken over temple responsibility. Since then
the temple was being managed by the family elders and conducting
Kalyanotsavam non stop even during worst recession time. The first
renovation and reconsecration was done under his auspices in
1852.Subsequently in 1956 the Dhwajasthambam was reconsecrated.
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