Temples of Andhra Pradesh
The famous Sun God Temple situated in Arasavalli is one of the ancient and among two sun God temples in our Country. Sri Kurma is the second form of Lord Vishnu wherein He takes the Avatara (form) of a Tortoise and hence the Lord here is called “Sri Kurmanatha”. This is the only temple in the entire country where Lord Vishnu is seen in “Kurmavatara”. Srimukhalingeswara Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located on the left bank of River Vamsadhara. Elegantly carved, this temple is a group of three temples dedicated to three forms of Lord Shiva namely, Mukhalingeswara, Bhimeswara and Someswara. The temple is built in Indo-Aryan style.Dwaraka Tirumala is named after the great saint, “Dwaraka” who located the self-manifested idol of Lord “Sri Venkateswara” after severe penance in a ‘Valmikam’ (ant hill). Thedevotees call Sri Venkateswara as Kaliyuga Vaikunta Vasa. This place is also called “Chinna Tirupati”.The Sri Sita Ramachandra Swamy temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Rama, located on the banks of the Godavari River in the town of Bhadrachalam. Often simply referred to as Bhadrachalam or Bhadradri, the temple is considered one of the Divya Kshetrams of Godavari and is also revered as Dakshina Ayodhya.
Amararama is one of the five Pancharama Kshetras that are sacred to the Hindu god Shiva. The temple is located in Amaravathi. Amareswara Swamy or Amaralingeswara Swamy refers to Lord Shiva in this temple. The temple is situated on the southern bank of the Krishna River. Srisailam has great ancient significance. Among the 12 Jyotirlingas, the 2nd is the Mallikarjuna Swamy Lingam; among the 18 Maha Shakti Peethas, the 6th is Sri Bhramaramba Devi temple. Srisailam is the only temple where two such icons exist under one temple premise, such is its significance. Srisailam has many other names like Srigiri, Sirigiri, Sriparvatam and Srinagam. Prasanthi Nilayam means ‘the abode of highest peace. It is the main ashram of Sri Sathya Sai Baba is located near the village of Puttaparthi amidst rolling hills, with the riverChitravathi to its east. The valley houses the divine sannidhi (sanctum) of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the Sai Kulwant Hall, bhajan mandir.Tirupati, the holy city is located in the southeastern part of Andhra Pradesh. Known as the abode of the ‘Kaliyuga’ deity Lord Venkateswara popularly known as Balaji, Tirupati is famous for the Venkateswara temple in the sacred Tirumala hills at an elevation of 860m. One of the most important pilgrimage centres in India, the temple draws millions of pilgrims and is believed to be the busiest pilgrimage centre in the world.Kanipakam is home to a very popular Hindu temple of Lord Ganesha called Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple. It was constructed in the early 11th century CE by the Chola king Kulothunga Chola I and was expanded further in 1336 by the Emperors of Vijayanagara dynasty. Local legends claim that the idol of Ganesha continuously grows in size.
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