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PALAKOLLU, WEST GODAVARI: The 150-feet 'dwajasthambham' of the 300-year-old Ksheera Ramalingeswara Swamy temple in Palakollu of West Godavari collapsed in the early hours of Friday due to heavy rains. The temple is one of the five famous Pancharamams in the state.
"When I saw it collapsing on power lines at around 7.30 am, I immediately called up electricity department officials and asked them to switch off power supply," temple priest Suribabu said.
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