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Hindu Books > Temples And Legends of India > Temples And Legends Of Andhrapradesh > Mahanandi

Mahanandi Temple - General View Introduction

The Eastern Ghats stretching along the eastern side of the Deccan abound in many important and sacred shrines like Tirupati, Ahobalam, Srisailam and Simhachalam. The common feature of these temples is the thick forests in which they are situated and the peaceful and calm surroundings in which the devotee can worship the Lord with one-pointed concentration. Across the Kurnool district the Ghats run in two parallel ranges. The range that lies towards the east is called the Nallamalai, and Mahanandi is situated in one of these hills. It can be approached from Nandyal, which is a railway station in Kurnool District, by a good motorable. Road, a it is only ten miles from Nandyal. The place lies in a natural gorge of ravishing beauty surrounded on all sides by green foliage of thick forest and served by a sacred Tirtha.

Author : Shri N. Ramesan




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