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Siva Temples In Andhra Pradesh
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GOPALAPURAM - MALLESWARA AALAYAM

Among the temples thus transferred, Uma Maheswara group containing Jateswar Aalayam, Bhramaramba Malleswaraalayam, Virabhadra Aalayam, Madanagopala Aalayam deserve reverent mention. The second group consists of seventeen, and among them eleven are dedicated to Siva, and they go by the names of Agatheeswara, Uma Maheswara, Gangadhareswara, Kaleswara, Bhimeswara, Malleswara, Ramalingeswara, Rajarajeswara, Visweswara, Sambhulingeswara and Sambasiveswara. And the others are called Padmanathaswamy Aalayam, Dwaramandapa, Ammavari Aalayam, Chaturveda Aalayam, Bhairavaswamy Aalayam, and Virabhadreswara Aalayam. All the archamurtis are well installed with modern additions. It is a Herculean task, involving huge sums of money and exquisite craftsmanship. The reinstallation ceremony was fittingly celebrated with due pomp and splendour on 15.2.1989 in the august presence of pithadhipathis, political leaders and stapathis the specialists in that field. The devout theists expressed their deep appreciation, and paid rich tributes to all those responsible for this monumental act, uttering that more than the original builders, the present architects did yeamon service to the religion and kept aloft the torch of devotion ever burning. Visitors are prostrating to the deities on their visit and feel emancipated at their sight.

This temple treasure lies at Gopalapuram on the way to Pebberu from Kolhapur in the Mehaboobnagar district of Andhra Pradesh. 

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