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HEMAVATHI - DODDESWARASWAMY AALAYAM

The village Hemavathy has the unique honour of having four famous Sivaalayas built and patronised by Pallavas, and the sculptural adornments made by Nolamba artists of great fame. Among the four Siddheswara, Virupaksheswara, Malleswara and Doddeswara Aalayams, the last one is very famous and enshrines a six-foot-high Sivalinga. The walls are adorned with masterly sculptured images, narrating many episodes from the epics. Lord Siva reveals in his yoga posture in the Siddheswara Aalayam. All are visit worthy and were built in the eighth century.

It lies 35 Km off Madakasira of Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh enjoying bus and train facilities.

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