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1 - Tripurantakeswara Swam...
Lord Siva self-manifested here at Kumaragiri hill as Tripurantakeswara after ...Play Audio
2 - Bala Tripura Sundari D...
Tripurantaka Bala Tripurasundari Devi (swayambhu) is the first incarnation of...Play Audio
3 - Srichakram
Lord Tripurasundari Devi was in Ugra Roopam where devotees were afraid to hav...Play Audio
4 - Kadamba Vruksham
Kadamba Vruksham is very famous tree of which Lord TripuraSundari Devi likes ...Play Audio
How to get there
Tripurantakam is a mandal in Prakasam district of Andhrapradesh state. Tripurantakam is located on the national highway from Guntur to Srisailam. Located at 40 km from Markapur and 93 km from Ongole.
Tripuranta Keswara Swamy temple situated on a hilltop. The main idol is in the form of a linga with 5 faces, including the image of Ganga Bhavani. According to mythology, Agasthya Maharaj built a cave here that leads to Srisailam, Rameswaram and Kashi.
How to Reach
Markapur is the nearest Rail Way Station which is 42 kms away. Guntur Rail Way Station is major railway station 124 KM near to Tripuranthakam.
Best time to visit
Timings: 7AM to 1:00 PM and 3 PM to 6:30 PM. The darshan for the devotees is open all days a week.
Temple is easily reachable from Markapur, Kurnool & Atmakur. Direct buses are available from Markapur and Kurnool to this temple.
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Kotappakonda Trikoteswara Temple
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