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Kala Bhairavar Temple in Ramagiri village in Chittoor is a famous temple in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The main presiding deity in this temple is Lord Shiva in the form of Kala Bhairavar; while there are other deities too in this temple Sri Vaaleeswarar and Goddess Sri Maragadhambikai. Lord Kala Bhairavar is also known as Santhaana Praapthi Bhairavar.Ramagiri is locally known as Bhairava Kshetra, meaning the Home of the Lord Bhairav. The Kala Bhairavar temple is at the foot of Ramagiri hillock. There is another temple on top of the Ramagiri Hills dedicated to Lord Murugan, the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. The temple was built by Pallava rulers around 11th-12th century AD. There is a tank near the temple which is said to have curative powers. The water flows in from a perennial sweet water spring from the top of the mountain into the tank. Water keeps flowing out from Nandhis mouth perennially, the source being unknown; the temple is maintained by Archeology Department of Andhra Pradesh.      Book Now


According to Census 2011 information the location code or village code of Kalavagunta village is 595820. Kalavagunta village is located in Srikalahasti Tehsil of Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is situated 33km away from sub-district headquarter Srikalahasti and 116km away from district headquarter Chittoor. As per 2009 stats, Mannavaram is the gram panchayat of Kalavagunta village. The total geographical area of village is 3315 hectares. Kalavagunta has a total population of 1,525 peoples. There are about 399 houses in Kalavagunta village. Srikalahasti is nearest town to Kalavagunta which is approximately 19km away.Place of very ancient Kalavagunta Siva temple. Situated in the bank of ponnai river, the kalavagunta village and its temple has rich history and beautiful river beds. Kalavagunta Karnam Munirathina Pillai was the village panchayat for this region, which falls under chittoor Taluq and Mandal.Andhra Pradesh is the state famous for many ancient temples, some of them, which are very famous while some, which are not even known except by the locals. One such temples, which is least known by others, is in Kalavagunta, a small hamlet few kilometres away from Chittoor town. This rural community, Kalavagunta, is located at the convergence of the two rivers called Aragonda and Ponnai. Kalavagunta is identified for the two temples, one that of Mukkantiswara (Lord Shiva) and another of Lakshmi Narayana Swami. These temples are said to be built during the time of Chola rule, somewhere in the middle of 10th century. The architectural style of the Cholas can be clearly seen in these two temples. With this small but worth noting attractions, Kalavagunta makes it a nice place to visit while you are in Chittoor.      Book Now


Nagari is a semi agrarian and semi-industrialized city, situated on the bank of river Kusasthali. This place is popular for Nagari hills and has many well established textile industries and numerous temples. Tourists visit this place for picnic, expedition and mountaineering activities that has gradually become popular travelers destination .One of the highest cliffs present here is popularly known as Nagari Nose, which has 855 metres elevation. It has been named so because it is quite similar to a human nose. Sri Desamma Vari is the famous temple in vicinity; visited by tourists with the belief that eye problem can be cured by pouring the abhishekam water inside the sanctorum. One of the frontrunners in Indian tourism sector, Andhra Pradesh is a beautiful state and a superlative mix of the old and new! Based in the southern part of India, this culturally rich state is the eighth largest in India. Spread across 160,205 sq kms of land, Andhra Pradesh north western part in 2014 was divided to form Telangana. Itís a treasure trove for exotic locations, bio diversity, religious places and mouth watering delicacies. With one of the longest coastlines, Andhra Pradesh is surrounded by Telangana, Odisha, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu. The water body of Bay of Bengal surrounds this state like a necklace. This beautiful state is the home of many palaces, memorials, tombs and monuments which showcases its rich history, culture, art and crafts. Besides, this place is a hub of many hill stations, forests, sanctuaries and national parks, beaches and scenic landscapes making it an exclusive getaway for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Nizami cuisine as the locals call it is famed for its royal taste and variety! Its completely non-vegetarian with awesome flavor leaving a zing in your mouth! Amravati is the riverfront capital city of Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad is the joint capital city of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana region. Most of the year this state experiences dry weather. The coastline has high humidity all through the year. It receives adequate rainfall in the month of June and October.      Book Now

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