Chintalarayaswami Temple

About Chintalarayaswami Temple:

Chintalarayaswamy Temple or Sri Chintala Venkataramana Temple is a Hindu Vaishnavite temple situated at Tadipatri, a town in the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh, India.[1] The Temple is dedicated to Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu, who is referred to as Chintala Venkataramana.[2] The temple was built by Pemmasani Timmanayudu II of the Pemmasani Nayaks. It is situated on the bank of the Penna River, which passes through the town.[1] The temple has granite sculptures and is classified as one of the Monuments of National Importance by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

The temple has a Garuda Mandapa built as chariot with rotating granite wheels, which is similar to the one found in the Vithala Temple of Hampi.

 

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Activity:

A place of worship and Ancient place
Best Time to Visit: December, January, Winter, February, March, Spring, April, May, June, July, Summer, August, September, Autumn, October, November, Monsoon
Location: Tadipatri, Andhra Pradesh, India

How to Reach There:

Airport: kurnool Airport

The nearest Airport Kurnool Airport. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Kurnool Airport to Chintalarayaswami Temple IS 157kms

Railway Station: Anantapur Railway station

The nearest Railway station Anantapur Railway station. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Anantapur Railway station to Chintalarayaswami Temple is 59.6kms

Bus Stand: Anantapur Bus Stand

The nearest Bus Stand is Anantapur Bus Stand. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Anantapur Bus Stand to Chintalarayaswami Temple is 56.4kms

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