Other Places Near Mantralayam

Samadhi Temple This Place is situated from 1km away from mantralayam bus station, Samadhi Temple is where Raghavendra Swamiji entered alive into Jeeva Samadhi (tomb), additionally called Brundavan. Samadhi Temple is the prime place to visit in Mantralayam,the guru accomplished samadhi in 1671 ad. The principle sanctuary is arranged in a huge builing inside the sprawling sanctuary complex. The building has substantial verandah inside with authoritative squares and samadhi sanctuary at the focal point of the building. The primary hallowed place has substantial corridor with line lines and internal sanctum lodging brundavan of Guru Raghavendra. Enthusiasts going by Mantralaya trust that the saint still exists in his sacred shape after he had surrendered the material world and that he will keep on dwelling in this frame till the finishing of 700 years from the time he accomplished 'Jeeva Samathi'. The male fans who need to perform pooja themselves at Brundavan need to wear dhoti. While male aficionados paying typical visit need to evacuate their shirt and female enthusiasts need to wear sarees or other conventional fabrics. There are three chariots in the sanctuary covered with silver, sandalwood and gold. The symbol of the holy person is carried on the chariot around the sanctuary at 8 pm regular. Brilliant Chariot is utilized as a part of extraordinary events.

Darshan Timings

  • 6 am to 8:30 am to 9:30 am
  • 2 pm and 4 pm to 9.30 pm

Manchalamma Temple This Place is situated from 1km away from mantralayam bus station, Manchalamma Temple is arranged on northern-west corner of sri raghavendra brundavan temple working, towards the correct side of the passageway. After samadhi temple, this is the most critical place to visit in mantralayam town. This god is another sign of goddess parvathi. It is a training for individuals to venerate at this sanctum before proceedingtosriraghavendrabrindavan. Mantralayam was before known as Manchali, which was named after the God Manchalamma adored here. Legend has it that Raghavendra Swamy asked for the land required for the Brundavan Temple in Mantralaya from Manchalamma and henceforth aficionados are first expected to visit the Manchalamma sanctuary before going by Sri Raghavendra Swamy Temple. The Manchalamma Temple has a corridor with sanctum worked as a scaled down sanctuary with Vimana. The brilliant Vimana is embellished with a few figures of goddress parvathi. The primary divinity is a three feet icon put on a hoisted stage inside the sanctum.

Darshan Timings

  • 6 am to 8:30 am to 9:30 am 
  • 2 pm and 4 pm to 9.30 pm

Other Places Near Mantralayam

  • Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple
  • Venkateswara Swamy Temple
  • Bichali / Bichchali
  • Chinna Tumbalam
  • Urukunda
  • Adoni Fort, Near Kurnool

Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple This Place is situated from 20 kms away from mantralayam, On the opposite side of river tungabhadra. panchamukhi is said to be where raghavendra swamy has performed reflection for a long time before settling in mantralaya. This is an essential journey site for enthusiasts going by mantralayam. It is said that Panchamukha Anjaneya, Kolhapur Mahalakshmi, Lord Venkateswara and Lord Vishnu as Varaha appeared to raghavendra swamy at this area after his contemplation. This well known five headed anjaneya temple built on a hillrock and is extremely old. The icon of the hanuman is accepted to act naturally incarnated on a colossal shake. This place draws in substantial group amid uncommon days and hanuman jayanthi. A few enthusiasts who visit mantralayam visit the hanuman sanctuary here. scarcely shops close to the sanctuary offer nourishment and beverages. There is an enormous shake arrangement on eastern side of the sanctuary in the state of an overnight boardinghouse. transports and private vehicles run routinely to this place from mantralayam.
Temple Timings

  • 6 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 8 pm (Sunday to Friday)
  • 6 am - 8 pm on Saturday

Venkateshwara Swamy Temple This Place is situated from 1km away from mantralayam bus station, the venkateswara swamy temple is arranged at a separation of 500 meters from brundavan temple. This icon of venkateswara is accepted to have been loved by sri raghavendra himself amid his residency. Situated inside the town of mantralayam in the midst of the houses, the sanctuary has a gopura with dwarapalakas, trailed by the principle hallowed place which has a substantial pillared mandapa and the sanctum. The mandapa is enhanced with figures of lord venkateswara and his consorts. The symbol of the god is in clear stone inside the sanctum.

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