Limbadri Gutta Narasimha Swamy Temple, Bheemgal (Telangana)

Limbadri Gutta Temple

Limbadri Gutta Narasimha Swamy Temple, Bheemgal in Nizamabad district of Telangana is one of the popular Temples dedicated to Lord Narasimha Swamy. The Temple is located on a hill named ‘Nimbachalam’, which means a hill full of Neem trees. Brahmotsavams in Karthika Masam, Narasimha Jayanti Utsavams in Vaishakha Masam, Pushya Saptahotsavam in Pushya Masam and […]

Jiyaguda Kesari Hanuman Temple, Hyderabad

Jiyaguda Kesari Hanuman Temple, Hyderabad is one of the famous Hanuman Temples in Telangana state. Located on the banks of River Musi, the Kesari Hanuman Temple was first established by Sri Samarth Ramdas Guruji. He was the Guru of Chhatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj. Sthala Puranam of this temple explains the story and the history about this […]

Saleshwaram Temple Opening dates, Timings

Saleshwaram Temple Opening dates in 2017, Timings of Saleshwaram Temple (Lingamaiah Temple) near Srisailam are given here.. Saleshwaram Temple is one of the famous Trekking spot in Telangana state. Located in Mahabubnagar district, this ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva (Lingamayya). In 2017, Saleshwaram Temple will be opened on 8 April and closed on 12 April. […]

Saleshwaram Temple, Lingamaiah Temple at a cave in Nallamala Forest near Srisailam

Saleshwaram Temple is a Lingamaiah Temple (Shiva Temple) located at a cave in Nallamala forest near Srisailam. The temple is situated in Mahabubnagar district of Telangana. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In 2017, Saleshwaram Temple will be opened on 8th April. The significant feature of this temple is – the temple will be opened […]

Sarangapur Hanuman Temple, Nizamabad (Telangana)

Sarangapur Hanuman Temple is one of the popular Temples in Nizamabad district of Telangana state. It is a huge temple magnificently carved out on a big hill in Sarangapur village of Nizamabad mandal. This temple is located at a distance of 8 KMs from Nizamabad city. As per the history of the temple, Sant Samarth Ramdas, […]

Navaratri at Medak Edupayala Vanadurga Bhavani Temple

Durga Navaratri is the biggest festival at Vanadurga Bhavani temple near Medak in Telangana. Vana Durga Bhavani is a form of Goddess Durga. Edupayalu, a small village near Medak, is a holy place for Hindus as it has a great historical significance. In 2016, Vana Durga Bhavani Navaratri starts on October 1 and ends on Dasara day, October […]

Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, Ancient Shiva Temple in Warangal

Inavolu Mallikarjuna swamy temple in Warangal District of Telangana is one of the most ancient Lord Shiva temple in South India. The temple dates back to 11th century. Built with 108 rock pillars, Sri Mallikarjuna temple also has a giant Nruthya Mandapam on eastern side. The significance of the temple is – the presiding deity, […]

Mandapur Shanighat Temple, Shani Temple in Medak district (Telangana)

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Mandapur Shanighat temple, Parvathi Parameshwara Shanighat Temple, located in Kondapur mandal of Medak district is one of the popular Shani temples in Andhra Pradesh. Wargal Shani temple is another Shani Mandir located in Medak district. The important aspect of this temple is – here Shani is worshipped along with Parvathi Parameshwar (Lord Shiva and Parvathi). […]

How to reach Gudeballore Temple

How to reach Gudeballore? Gudeballore Temple is one of the important temples to visit during Krishna Pushkaralu. Gudeballore is famous for its Swamyambhu Lakshmi Venkateshwara Swamy Temple. How to Reach Gudeballore Temple How to reach by Road: Gudeballore village is located on Hyderabad-Raichur Highway, which is 14 Km away from Makthal and 4 km away […]

Gudeballore Temple | Swayambhu Venkateshwara Swamy Temple in Mahabubnagar district

Swayambhu Sri Lakshmi Venkateshwara Swamy Temple of Gudeballore is an ancient temple in Mahabubnagar district of Telangana state. Previously this village was known as “Gundilapuram”. Lord Venkateshwara Swamy along with Lakshmi Devi came to this hill to fulfil the desire of Mandavya Maharshi. Long back this area was called as Gundilaranya. Once Mandvya Maharshi is […]