Manyamkonda Temple

Manyamkonda Temple  Manyamkonda Venkateswara swamy Temple located up Manyamkonda hill shrine of Lord Venkateshwara, located 20 kilometer from Mahabubnagar city on the highway to Raichur.
The ideal time to go to Manyamkonda Temple  is at the time of Jaathara, celebrated per annum during January or Feb. it’s additionally known as the “Palamoor Tirupathi”.

Manyamkonda Temple History :

History of  Lord Venkateswara swamy:

The name Venkateswara stems from the Indian language of Sanskrit wherever Vem translates to Sin,”Kata translates to destruction, and Ishwara translates to Supreme Lord. the Name is additional popular in Southern India.According to the Tirumala sthala Purana, the legend of Venkateswara’s Avatar  is as follows:

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Once, some rishis headed by Kasyapa began to perform a sacrifice on the banks of the Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing arts the sacrifice and who would be happy by it. Not being able to answer the question, the rishis approached Sage Bhrugu, who in keeping with the Vedas, is believed to possess an additional eye in the sole of his foot. to reach a solution after an instantaneous ascertainment of reality, Sage Bhrigu first visited Satyaloka, the abode of Lord Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Lord Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Lord Narayana, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by Saraswati. Lord Brahma did not mark of Bhrigu providing obeisance. final that Lord Brahma was unfit for worship, Bhrigu left Satyaloka for Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva. At Kailasa, Bhrigu found Lord Shiva with Parvati, and so, did not notice his presence. Bhrigu then left for Vaikuntha, the abode of Lord Vishnu.
At Vaikuntha, Lord Vishnu was reposing on Adisesha with Sri Mahalakshmi in service at His feet. Finding that Lord Vishnu also didn’t notice him, the sage was enraged and kicked the Lord on His chest, the place where Mahalakshmi resides. Vishnu, in an effort to pacify the sage, got hold of legs of the sage and began to press them gently during a way that was comforting to the sage. during this act, he squeezed the additional eye that was present in the sole of Bhrigu’s foot. the additional eye is believed to represent the sage’s egotism. The sage then realised his grave mistake and apologized to Vishnu. Thereupon, the sage complete that Lord Vishnu was the foremost supreme of the Trimurti and told the rishis the same.

How to Reach Manyamkonda Temple

Mahaboobnagar to Manyamkonda Temple = 20 km by Road

Hyderabad to Manyamkonda  Temple = 118 km by Road

Buses available from Mahaboobnagar and all major city’s to this Manyamkonda Temple 

Nearest Railway station available in Mahaboobnagar.

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