Yaganti Temple


Yaganti Temple

Yaganti Temple

 

Yaganti,in the Kurnool region of Andhra Pradesh in India, is a mainstream vacationer site that is acclaimed for its Sri Yagantiswamy Temple, which is committed to Lord Shiva and is the ideal method to get a vibe of the Andhra Pradesh the travel industry. The temple talks significantly about our rich culture and conventions even today. Yaganti houses the symbol of Shiva and Parvathi, called Ardhanareeswara. This captivating icon is cut out of a solitary stone and is a magnificent symbol of the divinities to see. The celebration of Maha Shiv Ratri which falls around October or November every year is commended with extraordinary grandeur and show at the sanctuary. Travelers and particularly lovers of Lord Shiva run to the sanctuary in colossal numbers amid this time.

 

Additionally known by the name of Uma Maheshwara Temple, the antiquated Sri Yagantiswamy sanctuary goes back to the fifth and sixth hundreds of years. The development of the sanctuary was finished effectively with the commitments from Pallavas, Cholas, Chalukyas and Vijayanagara rulers. The temple additionally got a critical commitment from Vijayanagara Kings Harihara and Bukka Rayalu, who are credited with having completed the development of a few conspicuous structures in and around the sanctuary.

 

There is an intriguing truth about the Nandi symbol, which local people put stock in. It is trusted that there is a perpetual increment of the Nandi symbol. There is likewise a logical clarification behind it which expresses that the stone with which it is fabricated has an innate property of developing and the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has built up that it grows 1 inch like clockwork. The visit to Yaganti is very captivating for visitors and which demonstrates why it is a noteworthy vacation destination. Vacationers can visit the Yaganti sanctuary either from Kurnool or from the scandalous Belum Caves.

 

Popular Beliefs about Yaganti :

 

1. A phenomenal component of the Temple is its 'Pushkarini' with exceptionally unadulterated water. Nobody has possessed the capacity to make sense of the correct reason of how the water streams into Pushkarini in every one of the seasons. By the by, a shower in the heavenly Pushkarini previously visiting Shiva is viewed as profoundly helpful for enthusiasts.

 

2. As indicated by legends, crows don't fly in Yaganti. This is on the grounds that when Sage Agastya was reflecting here; Kakasura, the lord of crows had aggravated him from his contemplation. The sage, thus, reviled the crows not to enter the premises. Since the crow is considered to the vehicle of Lord Shani, even he can't enter the Temple.

 

3. Maybe the most celebrated legend related with the Temple, which has made this place of love very known, is about the developing size of the Nandi. This isn't only a conviction clutched by a few people however rather is a reality that has been affirmed by the Archeological Survey of India. The reason, they state, is that the stone has a developing or growing nature related with it. Anyway, admirers view this as a supernatural occurrence and not a work of science.

 

Festivals celebrated at Yaganti Temple :

 

The fundamental celebration celebrated at the Yaganti Temple is the Maha Shivratri Which is commended in the long stretch of February/March. This celebration is commended each year and a mammoth of guests and explorers originate from the nation over and abroad to be a piece of this formal celebration.

 

Yaganti Caves:

 

1. Agastya Cave
2. Venkateswara Cave
3. Veera Brahmam Cave

 

Yaganti Temple Darshan Timings :

 

Days Morning Timings Evening Timings
Sunday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Monday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Tuesday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Wednesday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Thursday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Friday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M
Saturday 6:00 A.M To 1:00 P.M 3:00 P.M To 8:00 P.M

 

Yaganti Temple Entry Ticket Fee : No Entry Fee ( Free)

 

How to reach Yaganti Temple :

 

By road : It is related with state transport to Hyderabad, Chittoor, Tirupati, Cuddapah, Nellore, Kurnool and Chennai which is 24km from the place called Allagadda and is likewise associated with whatever remains of the real urban areas. Transports are likewise accessible to Yaganti from Banaganapalli two times per day i.e., at 7:00 am and 3:30 pm. One can likewise discover transports to Banaganapalli from Cuddapah, Nandyal, Hyderabad and Kurnool.

 

By Train :  The nearest railway station to the Sri Uma Maheswara Temple is the Secunderabad Railway station which is around 7 km from the sanctuary. Nandyal railroad station which is 55 km far from the sanctuary is the closest rail line station associated with associated with significant urban communities like Hyderabad, Howrah, Bangalore, Goa, Machilipatnam, Vijaywada, Puri, Hubli, Vizag and Bhubaneshwar.

 

By Air : The Nearest airplane terminal to Sri Uma Maheswara Temple is Rajiv Gandhi International air terminal, Hyderabad and it is about 12km from the sanctuary.

 

Yaganti Temple Address:

 

Yaganti, Banaganapalli,

Kurnool (District), Andhra Pradesh,

Pin:518360 , India .

 

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