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Tourism Places

Sri Venkateshwara Temple-Manyam Konda(Mahabubnagar Mandal)

Manyam Konda is located about 16 Kms from Mahaboob Nagar District head quarters towards Raichur. This is one of the important spiritual centers in Mahaboob Nagar District. In the ancient days sages / spiritual gurus like Narasimha Yogi, Ettepu Ramayogi, Kasirayalu, Veerappaiah, Yanumaddhasu were meditated here so that it is known as Munulakonda. During a passage of time it has been transformed to Manyam Konda. One can have a glimpse of the ancient caves where the sages / gurus did meditation over here. The main deity of this place is Sri Venkateswara Swamy and it is a Harihara Kshetra. This temple is located in a cave and it is perched on the top of three hills. Famous singer Sri Narayana Konda Hanumaddhas is having connection with this place. One can enjoy the scenic beauty at this place. Annual festival of this place is held on the day of Magha Purnima.

Sri Lakshi Chennakeshava Temple-Gangapuram(Jadcherla Mandal)

Gangapuram is one of the important temples existing in South India and it is mentioned in Skandha Purana. This place is located about 5 kms from Jadcherla towards Kalwakurthy in Mahaboob Nagar District. The place became very famous during the reign of Chalukya kings of Badami. The Chalukya King of Kalyani Sri Thrailokya Malla Someswarudu (1042 A.D. to 1063 A.D.) built Kesava Swamy temple. From then this place was known as Kesavapuram. Earlier it was called as Mayapuram, Mathsyapuram and Dhurithapuram etc. The main deity of this temple is Sri Kesava Swamy and the sculpture here is very attractive. There is an evidence of Jaina Kalamukha and Shaiva religions spread here. Every year festival of this temple will be celebrated on the day of Radhasapthami and people participate in this event on a large scale.

Kurumurthi Rayadu(Chinna Chita Kunta Mandal)

This place is located about 25 Kms away from Kothakota which is on the National Highway No. 7 in between Hyderabad and Kurnool. Train Facility is also available from Hyderabad towards Kunool and the nearest station is Kurumurthi or Madanapuram. Kurumurthi is a hill temple and the main deity is Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy. In olden days the Temple was in a cave in between two mountains. The temple was constructed during A.D 1350 and it is very pleasant to have a Darshan of Sri Venkateswara Swamy in a cave. At present the cave has been removed and the temple was reconstructed. To reach the Temple there are Steps from the foot of the Hills. Sacred Water Body is located at the foot hills.

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