Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam Komuravelli Warangal

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Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy along with Kethamma and Medalamma 




Introduction of Temple

This temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Mallikarjuna swamy a fierce looking diety along with Kethamma and Medalamma on the both sides of the main diety. The temple is located in a cave on a small hillock at a distance of 110 Kms from warangal. Lakhs of piligrims congregate on the eve of Makara Sankranthi as Brahmotsavam starts. The clay moulded diety of Lord Mallikarjuna swamy is believed to be made 500 years ago. The temple is renovated and mandapamas and choultries etc., are constructed by Endowments Department. The 'pedda patnam' celebrated on Maha Sivaratri day attract pilgrims in lakhs. It is located at a distance of 85 kms from the state capital on Karimnagar - Hyderabad - Highway (Rajiv Rahadari). People also calls him as "Komuravelli Mallanna", this temple is one of the famous temple in Telangana Region.


Swagatha Thoranam




Temple Front View 


Mallanna Patnalu


History of Temple
Darma Gundam
One day Lord Mallikarjuna came in a dream of a shepherded and informed him that he made the hill Indrakeeladri and enshrined in it in a Putta Matti(Soft earth ) to fulfill the desires of the devotees. There is a staunch belief among the devotees that their desires are fulfilled by worshipping the deity Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam is located in Komuravelli on the Karimnagar - Hyderabad Highway which is also known as Rajiv Rahadari. Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam temple is dedicated to fierce looking diety Lord Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy along with Kethamma and Medalamma on both sides of the deity. Devotees often refer this deity as Komuravelli Mallanna. This is one of the most frequented and famous temples in the Telangana region. People from all over the state visit this temple on different occasions.

Komuravelli 'Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam' is one of the prominent Siva temples in the northern Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. It is next to Rajarajeshwara Swamy Temple-Vemulawada and Mukteshwara Swamy Temple-Kaaleshwaram in popularity. The pilgrims often refer to the god as 'Komaravelli Mallana'. The temple is located in a cave on the 'Indrakeeladri' hillock at a distance of 110 Kms from warangal. The uniqueness of this temple is that the lord Shiva appears here in 'vigraha rupam'(statue) other than the usual 'linga rupam'. The temple is maintained by the Endowments Department of the state government. Every year Lakhs of pilgrims visit this temple on the eve of Makara Sankranthi because at this time of the year the Brahmotsavam starts in Komauravelli.

Sri Chakram (Komuravelli Cave) 
It is believed that the deity of Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy which is a clay molded is made around 500 years back. As the devotees started visiting the temple and as the rush increased the committee of the temple started developmental activities in the temple and made arrangements for the devotees and also built and renovated mandapamas and choultries, rest rooms, water facility etc. Pedda Patnam which is celebrated on the Maha Sivaratri usually attracts lakhs of pilgrims.
Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam made provisions for the devotees to do online reservations for various pujas, offerings for annadanam and various other sevas. It is believed that the lord has married 'Gollakethamma' from Yadava community and 'Medalamma' from the Linga Balija community and settled here. So, both the goddesses are equally worshiped here. As a sentiment, the people from both Yadava and Balija communities head all the important rituals.

Fairs and festivals


Makara Sankranti


Komuravelli Mallanna Brahmotsavam is held during Makara Sankranti which may be considered as the major festival of the temple. Special transport facilities are provided for devotees who want to visit the temple during the festivals by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam temple is dedicated to fierce looking diety Lord Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy along with Kethamma and Medalamma on both sides of the deity. Devotees often refer this deity as Komuravelli Mallanna. This is one of the most frequented and famous temples in the Telangana region. People from all over the state visit this temple on different occasions.

Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam temple is situated on a small hillock in a cave. The temple is maintained by the Endowments Department of the state government. Every year Lakhs of pilgrims visit this temple on the eve of Makara Sankranthi because at this time of the year the Brahmotsavam starts in Komauravelli.
It is believed that the deity of Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy which is a clay moulded is made around 500 years back. As the devotees started visitng the temple and as the rush increased the committee of the temple started developmental activities in the temple and made arrangements for the devotees and also built and renovated mandapamas and choultries, rest rooms, water facility etc.
Shivaratri Jatara or Pedda Patnam is the major festival of Komuravelli temple. Pedda patnam is a ritual which attracts tens of thousands of devotees all across the state
 Pedda Patnam which is celebrated on the Maha Sivaratri usually attracts lakhs of pilgrims.




                                   Visiting Hours
Melu Kolupu and Oggu Prarthana
04.30am
To
05.00am
Suprabhatham                     
05.00
To
05.30
Rudrabhishekam                 
05.30
To
06.00
Darshanam   
06.00
To
12.00
Maha Nivedana
12.00
To
12.30
Temple Closed             
12.30
To
03.00
Darshanam  
03.00
To
07.00
Oggu Prarthana
07.00
To
07.15
Rudrabhishekam
07.15
To
08.00
Nivedana
08.00
To
08.30


Temple closed at 8.30pm

Accommodation

Temple guest houses and cottages are available which need to be booked in advance at the time of jatara and also private rooms are available. TTD rooms are also available. 

How to Distance Komuravelli Mallikarjuna Swami Temple

Hyderabad
Komuravelli
 86 km
Hyderabad
Janagam
 85 km
Nagpur
Janagam
384Km
Vijayawada
Janagam
237 km
Visakhapatnam
Janagam
520 Km
Vemulawada
Komuravelli
 73Km
Siddipet
Komuravelli
 22 Km
Warangal
Komuravelli
110Km
Janagam
Komuravelli
  45Km

How to Reach Komuravelli Mallikarjuna Swami Temple

Komuravelli is about86 km from Hyderabad and is well connected by Road.
APSRTC runs frequent buses from Hyderabad, Janagam, Siddi Pet, Vemulawada, Karinagar and Warangal
The nearest airport is Hyderabad (85Km),
Tthe nearest railway station is Janagam. Janagam to Komuravelli temple 45km
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8 February 2012 at 05:39

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10 November 2012 at 17:07

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27 February 2016 at 21:16

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