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Andhra Pradesh Temples

You can find various types and styles of temples in Andhra Pradesh. At the time of the first century, Satavahanas donated for the construction of numerous works of sculpture, the relics of theses structural design are found at the Amaravati nearby Guntur at Andhra Pradesh. At the archaeological site at Nagarjunakonda various temples erected in Ikshvakus were established. The Kalahasteeswara Temple and the Tirupati Venkateswara Temple are the ancient temples of Andhra Pradesh that belong to the times of pre-Christian times. The architectural styles of the temples clearly tell us the olden times history of Andhra Pradesh. The Andhra Pradesh temples recognize the patronage of empires like the great Cholas, the legendary Pallavas, the Vijayanagar Kings, the Chalukyas of Deccan and the Eastern Gangas.

Thousand Pillar Temple


Thousand Pillar Temple photoPhotos by rjstyles,

The temple is located at Warangal which is 150 km far from Hyderabad. At the year of 1163 A.D, the temple was constructed by the King Rudra Deva. The Warangal destination is overloaded with the lot and lots of temples. The Kakatiya ruler has redecorated the area beautifully. The Temple reveals the splendidness of the Chalukya kings. The temple is constructed in the shape of the star. The temple holds three shrines, where the ruling divinities are Lord Shiva, Lord Surya, and Lord Vishnu. As the name says the temple reveals there are one thousand complicatedly carved pillars. The carving of “Nandi” which is the holy bull of God Shiva is made out of the monolithic “black basalt stone” that gives a glossy finish that gives a splendid look.

Tirupati Temple

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This temple is the utmost visited places in the state of Andhra. The ruling devotee here is the God Balaji who stays here in the form of Lord Vishnu. The temple is located in the seven hills of the Eastern Ghats that is positioned in the Chittoor district. The building style is outstanding and brilliant. The Vimana built above the sanctum and the Dhwajasthambam is plated with gold. The temple got his contribution from the Pallavas, Cholas, Pandyas, Vijayanagar Kings and shortly by Mysore king. The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam takes care of the preservation and organization of the temple.

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Srisailam Temple

Srisailam  photoPhotos by Sai Sreekanth,

The temple is located in Kurnool amongst the lush green forests in Nallamalai hills and one of the best-sacred destinations in South India. The antique temple stands elegantly on the shoreline of Krishna River. Sri Sailam Temple has held its title in numerous antique writings also Puranas. The divinities who belong to this temple are Sri Mallikarjuna Swami then his wife Goddess Bharamaramba. They are said to be the living form of Lord Shiva and his spouse Goddess Parvati. The Shiva lingam which is worshipped in this Temple is supposed to be the unique of twelve Jyotirlingams of the entire country. The temple offers an excellent sculpture inside and outside.

Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir Andhra Pradesh photoPhotos by Ardam Rabsahh,

This modern temple is located at the top of the hill in Hyderabad. The temple is entirely constructed with luxurious white marble. There are several beautiful temples constructed by the Birla Group of Industries and this is also one of it with no exception. The dominant divinity here is the lord Venkateswara. The lord is over 11 feet tall and it is completely created with granite and also an engraved lotus acts as a sun umbrella to the lord of Venkateswara. You will also a find a hall nearby where it comprises of stunning architectural carvings that have been made with marble. These describe acts from Indian mythos. At night this white temple will appear like a dreamland.

Manthani Temple

The Manthani heritage site is 22 kilometers travel from the town of Karimnagar. Till today this temple serves as the ancient Vedic learning centers and there are numerous Vedic scholars who reside in this region. The Manthani temples are significant of the old Buddhist in addition to Jain cultures that marks it perfect that Manthani was the vital holy place for Jainism plus Buddhism. The chief worshipped divinity here is the lord shiva otherwise the Gautameswar. You can avail taxi or the buses to reach this temple. The Manthani Temple located Karimnagar on Andhra state is a boundless archaeological site, also chronological and spiritual worth.


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