Temples In Prakasam

Total 8 Temples In Prakasam listed.

 
Lord Chennakesava Temple In Prakasam
 

 
Trivikrama Swamy Temple In Cherukuru, Paruchuru Mandal, Prakasham
 

 
Bhairavakona-Anjaneya Swamy Temple In Prakasam The pilgrim centre is located in Ambavaram Kothapalli village, CS Puram mandal of Prakasam district, 120 km from Ongole. It borders Nellore and Kadapa districts. Thousands of people from the three districts visit the place to witness the spectacle and also to take a bath in the waterfalls and worship Lord Siva and his consort on the auspicious day.
 

 
Bhairavakonda Temple In Prakasam Bhairava Kona draws thousands of people from far and near for a bath on the occasion of & Karthika Pournami & on a Wednesday. An interesting feature that attracts devotees to Bhairavakona is that moonlight falls on the idol of godess Durgadevi on the day of Karthika Pournami and Maha Shivaratri. Set amidst a vast expanse of lush greenery and surrounded by hills and waterfalls, the holy place of Bhairava Kona is a perfect getaway for the discerning traveller.
 

 
Sri Lakshmi Chenna Kesava Swamy Temple In Prakasam This temple is the main attraction for tourists visiting this town. The temple galigopuram is very tall and can be seen 5 km away from the town.The unique feature of the temple is that every year, from 23 December to 3 January, the sun's rays at dawn enter the sanctum sanctorum, through specially placed windows, and fall at the feet of the deity making them glow for 20 minutes in a day.
 

 
Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Temple In Prakasam Another temple dedicated to Sri Bala Tripura Sundari is located down the hill,adjoining a lake. The deity here lies in the middle of water.A Srichakram is present here, to which the pujas are done if the main deity is immersed in water.
 

 
Sri Tripurantakeswara Swamy Temple In Prakasam Tripurantakam is located at a distance of 40 km from Markapur, 93 km from Ongole and around 150 km from Vijayawada. A famous temple dedicated to Sri Tripurantakeswara Swamy is located here.The temple is on the top of a small hill. It is considered to be the Eastern gateway to the famous Srisailam temple.
 

 
Singarayakonda Varaha Narasimha Swamy Temple In Prakasam Singarayakonda is a census town in Prakasam district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. 200 years ago, at the time of erection of “Dwajastambam” in Varaha Narasimha Swamy temple, a saint installed Prasannajaneya swamy statue. Here, in 1918 a bridge was constructed over 'Bhasanti' river. The grand Brahmotsavalu celebrations held in June every year attracts a large number of devotees. The place is connected via rail and road.