Visit to Mahanandi Temple

Visit to Mahanandi Temple

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In India a small village Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh, Mahanandi is located in the east of Nallamala Hills. The village has best scenic beauty to welcome you.

Mahannadi Temple in Kurnool
Mahanandi Temple

Visit to Mahanandi, religious attraction

surrounded by thick forests, it creates an interesting and adventurous setting for tourists.

This great place has highly religious significance, especially for those following Hinduism way of living.

It is at a distance of 320 km from the metropolitan city of Hyderabad and approximately 16 km from Nandyal.

There in the place nine Nandi shrines that are popularly referred as Nava Nandis near Mahanandi.

Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple, that is dedicated to Sri Mahanandiswara Swamy in the form of a linga (Lord Shiva Linga. An important shrine is situtated here and worshiped.

Great Mahanandi is one of the nine Nanadi shrines.

The temple not only narrates ancient beliefs and faiths. But also creates a spiritual atmosphere with the greenery around along with breath taking fresh water pools and streams depicting.

The crystalline water that flows from five springs through out the year makes this temple all the more beautiful.

The tablets that date back to 10th century and the inscriptions on them clearly showcase that this ages old temple has gone though various reconstruction and rebuilding. When you visit the Mahanandi temple, you will see a Holy tank which is of sixty square feet and has a Mantapa in the centre.

The inlets and outlets of the tank’s water are arranged in such a way that the depth of the water is never more than five feet.

This make it easier for devotees to take the holy plunge. The water from this tank is so pure and abundant that the outlet of water outlet is sufficient to irrigate 2000 acres of land.

Best time to visit to Mahanandi is in festival time which is organised at Mahanandi annually during the months of February and March.

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