Sangameshwara Temple

Sangameshwara Temple, Alampur: Address, Sangameshwara Temple Review: 5/5

Sangameshwara Temple
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Very good

Surya Katakam
Hyderabad, India1,249 contributions
Kudala Sangameswara Temple is the most magnificent of the temples at Alampur
Oct 2019
This temple built in Nagara style, the temple is built on an elevated platform with fortified wall around the temple. The temple has got large hall with 12 pillars followed by the sanctum. There is a circumlocutory path around the sanctum for pradakshinas.The ceiling has a large relief of Nagaraja, as seen in other Chalukya temples.

Temple Location:
This temple is located 1 km away from Alampur Bus stand.Alampur is small town in Mahbub Nagar which is @ 20 km away from Kurnool, @120 km away from Mahbub Nagar Town

Temple History:
This temple was built in 740 AD by Chalukya ruler Pulakesi II.This temple was originally located at the point where Krishna & Tungabadra rivers were merged, which is 10 km away from the current location.The temple was dismantled and built rock-to-rock in the current site in 1979, as the original site was getting submerged due to the construction of Srisailam Dam.

Temple Timings:
Morning 08:00 am to Evening 06:00 PM

Near by Attractions:
1. Jogulamba Shakti Peetham
2. Archaeology Museum
3. Nava Brahma Temple
4. Papa nasini Temple
5. Krishna Tungabandra kudali
Written January 13, 2020
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