Chebrolu Temple (Chebrolu Chaturmukha Brahmalingeshwara Swamy Temple) is one of the famous Shiva Temples in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. It is also considered as one of the oldest temples in the state.
Chebrolu has more than 100 temples of great historical importance, the famous Chaturmukha Brahma Lingeshwara Temple, is a temple dedicated to Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva. The name Chaturmukha means ‘four faces’. Here the Lord is embodied with four faces makes it one of the unique temples of Lord Brahma in India. Devotees can get darshan of Sri Brahmalingeshwara at the Chaturmukha shrine in Chebrolu by walking on a bridge that crosses the waters of the tank.
Chebrolu is famous for its four shrines called Nageshwara, Adikeshwara, Bhimeshwara and Brahmalingeshwara. One can find a huge Lingam worshipped in Bhimeshwara temple. This temple was mostly built during the period of the Chalukya Kings the rest throughout the 10th-14th centuries by Krishna Devaraya.
The Adikeshwara Temple contains two shrines. When you will come out of Nageshwara temple, in the temple premises there is a beautiful red stoned giant Nandi, being the main attraction of the temple.
The Brahmalingeshwara temple also contains the tiny shrine, which is located at the center point of temple tank. The prime god is Shiva Lingam, this includes 4 faces of Lord Brahma.