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Alampur




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Hindu Books > Temples In States Of India > Temples And Legends Of Andhra Pradesh > Alampur

Alampur Temple : A freize depicting the Kiratarjuneeya story Introduction

Near the sacred confluence of the Tungabhadra and the Krishna, and situated on the border between Kurnool and Mahaboobnagar Districts of Andhra Pradesh, is Alampur which houses a number of sacred shrines like those of Sangameswara and the Nava Brahma temples.

The Alampur temples are situated on the western bank of the Tungabhadra River. Alampur can be reached from Hyderabad by railway on Hyderabad Bangalore route.

By road, one has to go to Raichur from Hyderabad and then go by the newly opened bridge over Tungabhadra.

From the Alampur railway station to the town proper, is six miles, and though transport facilities are a little difficult, still the beauty and the sanctity of the place are well worth the difficulties.

Alampur is still a place of sacred worship.

Author : Shri N. Ramesan




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