the name of Jambukeswar, once there lived a maharshi called Jambu,
who did tapas at this spot and pleased the Lord. Satisfied with his
ardent penance, Lord Siva has been abiding in the name of
Jambukeswar here in accordance with the wish of that Maharshi. The
Jambu tree is still seen in full splendour here behind the shrine
testifying to the account embedded in the puranas.
this holy thirtha kshetra is doubly important owing to the Lord's
appearance as Apomurthi, and emancipating
the adorers in an exemplary spectacular way. A visit-worthy pilgrim
centre. (For more, read AGS No.4).
visit to Srikalahasti materialises the darsan of Vayumurti
manifested in a big linga.