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Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple, Srirangam

Srirangam is one of the eight self-manifested shrines (Swayam Vyakta Kshetras) of Bhagwan Vishnu. The other seven self-manifested shrines are located at- Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh); Srimushnam, Nanguneri (Tamil Nadu); Muktinath…


Veera Raghava Swamy Temple, Tiruvallur

Thiruvallur Veeraraghava Swamy Temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Vishnu, located in Thiruvallur near Chennai. It is the headquarters of Tiruvallur district in Tamil Nadu. It is one among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Bhagwan…


Mahanandi Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Mahanandi is a village located east of the Nallamala Hills 21 Kms from Nandyal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, Bharat. It is surrounded by forests. Within 15 km of Mahanandi, there…


Pancharama Shiva Temples, Andhra Pradesh

During the war between devas and asuras, Bhagwan Kumarawsamy smashed the shivalingam worn by the Tarakasura (asura king). The shivalingam broke into 5 parts and fell on the earth. Then,…


The glory of Arunachalam Tiruvannamalai Temple, Tamilnadu

Tiruvannamalai is named after the central deity of the Annamalaiyar Temple, Annamalaiyar. The Arunachalam or red mountain, lies behind the Annamalaiyar temple. This hill is sacred and considered a lingam,…



Kanchi- Dakshina Kashi

Kanchipuram is famous for temples. There are several Vishnu and Shiva temples in Kanchi town. This temple town is broadly divided into Vishnu Kanchi and Shiva Kanchi where one can…


Yaganti Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Yaganti in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh is famous for Sri Yagantiswamy Temple, also called Uma Maheshwara swamy temple dedicated to Bhagwan Shiva. The temple is said to be very…


Vedadri Temple, Andhra Pradesh

Among the several shrines of Bhagwan Laxmi Narasimha Swamy that flourished on the holy banks of the river Krishna, Vedadri is an important one. It is situated at 10 km…


Harihareshwara Temple, Harihar, Karnataka

The Harihareshwara Temple at Harihar (near Davangere) in Karnataka state, Bharat, was built in c. 1223–1224 CE by Polalva, a commander and minister of the Hoysala Empire King Vira Narasimha…