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Pallikondeswarar Temple
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Pallikondeswarar Temple a famous Shiva temple located at Surutapalli Village of Andhra Pradesh. Temple is also known as Pradosha Kshetram as it is believed that Pradosha Kala pooja started here first. Paramashiva is
Pallikondeswarar here and Parvati Devi as Maragathambigai.

Paramashiva is seen as Shayana Kolam that is resting on Devi's lap after having Halahala visham during Samudra Mathanam. Pallikondeswarar means he who takes rest. Big Nandhi is seen infront of temple. Kanchi Periyavar
Shri ChandraSekhara Saraswathi swamy had done Tapasya here.
Those who worship Pallikondeswarar on Pradosha day, will recover from all losses and it is and it is also believed that Neivilakku to Devi will resolve all marriage related issues.

Om Namah Shivaye ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ•‰๐Ÿ™
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Ahobilam is the place where Prabhu appears in his fierce form, called Ugra Narasimha, who is Svayambhu (self-manifest).
Ahobilam is one of the 108 Divya Desams. It has 9 shrines for different forms of Narsimha.
Ahobilam was the exact place where Sri Narasimha appeared and tore apart Hiranyakashipu to save Prahlad. At that moment, all the Devas appeared and praised him as Ahobala (Aho is mighty and bala is strength). So the place came to be called Ahobilam.
Out of the 9 shrines, most famous is the Ahobila Narasimha Swamy where Prabhu is seen as Ugra Narasimha.
In another shrine, Prabhu appears as Malola Narasimha Swamy. Malola means beloved of Lakshmi. Here Prabhu is in peaceful mudra with his consort Ma ChenchuLakshmi.
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The divine abode of Mallikarjuna Swamy (Jyotirlinga) and Devi Brahmaramba (Shaktipeeth).

When Ganesha was married before Kartikeya, he left in anger to Kraunch mountain. Shiva and Parvati also followed him there. ImageImageImage
Shiva assumed the form of Jyotirlinga and resided on the mountain by the name of Mallikarjuna. Mallika means Parvati while Arjuna is another name of Shiva
It is also said that once, a princess Chandravathi, saw a cow shedding milk on a rock resembling a shivlingam.
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She started praying to the lingam daily and used to offer jasmine (mallika pushpam) daily. Pleased Shiva appeared before her and agreed to wear jasmine garland (mallika pushpmala) on his head permanently. Since then, Shiva became known as Mallikarjun Swamy. Image
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Considered one of the finest examples of Vijayanagara architecture, the Chintalarayaswamy Temple is a site for the worship of Chintala Venkataramana Swamy, a form of Lord Vishnu. The temple was built by the Pemmasani Nayaks, specifically Pemmasani Timmanayudu II, in the 1500s. Image
Located in Tadipatri, Andhra Pradesh, the temple has a striking resemblance to the Vijaya Vitthala Temple in Hampi, including for the fact that there is a stone chariot in the temple complex, & is considered a Monument of National Importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. Image
The temple was constructed following a dream that Pemmasani Timmanayudu had where Lord Vishnu himself is said to have informed Timmanayudu of His incarnation at the site and that there should be a majestic temple constructed here so that devotees can worship Him (Lord Vishnu). Image
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