Sacred Temples In Andhra Pradesh: For A Spiritual Journey!

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Gopika VC

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The temple honors Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. The complex houses Adi and Chenchu Lakshmi Devi Temples.

Ahobilam Temple

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This temple was built in the 12th century and is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara. This temple is one of the oldest and richest in the world.

Sri Venkateshwara Temple

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Sri Yagantiswamy, also known as Uma Maheshwara Temple, is a 5th- and 6th-century temple. Ardhanareeswara, Shiva-Parvathi, is honoured in the temple.

Yaganti, Kurnool

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Krishnadevraya, a Vijayanagara ruler, built the temple in 1516, dedicating it to Lord Shiva. Hindus hold it in high regard.

Srikalahasti Temple

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The temple is devoted to Vishnu's incarnation Lord Narasimha and sits 800 meters above sea level.

Simhachalam temple

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The temple has stunning architecture and carvings. The shrine has seven gold pots with large mirrors.

Ranganatha Temple, Nellore

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Vinayaka dwells at Kanapakam, 56 miles from Tirupati. Kulothunga Chola I, a respected Chola ruler, designed the temple in the 11th century CE.

Kanipakkam Vinayaka Temple

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Dravidian-style architecture in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, is stunning. Inrakeeladri hills surround the Krishna River-side temple.

Kanaka Durga Temple

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In Indian culture, Mangalagiri is significant because Lord Vishnu materialized on its soil and Goddess Lakshmi meditated on its peak.

Mangalagiri, Guntur

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The town's most famous temple, the Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, was established by King Harihara Raya of Vijayanagar six centuries ago.

Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple

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