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Pedapulivarru and Undavalli In Guntur District

Pedapulivarru And Undavalli In Guntur District[edit]

Pedapulivarru In Guntur District

  • This place is where the beautiful temple dedicated to lord Narendraswara swamy, who is one of the various forms of Lord Siva, is situated.
  • The temple structure has been so ingeniously engineered that the sun’s rays fall directly on ‘Lingam’ at sunrise every Sankranthi day.
  • The temple also has a huge branze image of lord Nataraja.
  • This is a Brahman Agraharm in past days called as vyaghrapuram Temples.

Srilakshmi Bhulakshmi sametha Varadarajaswami varu
Balatripurasundari sametha

  • Pedapulivarru Telugu is a small village, on the bank of Krishnamma - River Krishna, in Bhattiprolu Mandalam, Repalle Taluka, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh State, India.
  • It is also called 'Vyagrapuram.

Undavalli In Guntur District

  • This is beautiful locations is on the vast banks of the wonderful river Krishna.
  • The enthralling caves of the sumptuous sylvan region with their excellent architecture and sculpture draw a comparision with those of the world famous Ajanta caves.
  • The vishnukundian rules of 420 AD are believed to have closely involved with these magnificent caves.

About Undavalli Caves

  • The Undavalli Caves, and example of Indian rock cut architecture are located in the village of Undavalli in Guntur District, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.
  • The caves are 6km south west of Vijayawada, 22km north west of Guntur City and about 280 km from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
  • The caves are associated with the Vishnukundina kings of 420 to 620 A.D.
  • They are dedicated to Anantapadmanabha Swamy and Narisimha Swamy.

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