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Bhonagiri - Sitaramanjaneya Aalayam

This Bhonagiri is the corrupt form of a once flourishing town with big fort called Tribhuvanagiri, built by Tribhuvana Malla of great historical eminence. With the passage of time, Tribhuvanagiri was changed into Bhuvanagiri, and most likely due to alien impact, it is now called by the name of Bhonagiri. During the heyday of Tribhuvana Malla, he built two beautiful temples - one for Someswara and another for Sitaramanjaneyaswamy. The Someswaralayam lying behind the tank bund is a fine temple enshrining an ancient holy linga worshipped with great veneration. The second temple is dedicated to Sri Rama and the Mulavirat installed with Sita, Lakshmana and Anjaneyaswamy is exceedingly grand and lifts the souls at first sight itself. The Anjaneya image is called Swayambhu and he is the guardian of the fort. This temple of modest dimensions goes by the name of Durgarakshaka Anjaneya Aalayam. Agamic worship is offered daily. During the annual festival - Sri Ramanavami, thousands of people congregate and offer special prayer services with great devotional zeal.

It lies 40 km off Hyderabad of Andhra Pradesh and is accessible by bus and train. It is itself a rail head and trains halt at this station.


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