Gudimalla Parasurameswara temple

India's flag
Asia » India » Andhra Pradesh » Chittoor District » Tirupati
November 29th 2021
Published: November 29th 2021
Edit Blog Post

The temple is said to be 2000+ years old. The deity is a 5 feet shiva linga with Shiva standing on the shoulders of an asura (ignorance) who is kneeling down. Gudi means temple and Mallam means underground. The temple apparently has an underground secret entrance leading to a 10000+ old Shiva linga radiating the energies of Shiva himself. There are 9 moving secret stones leading to this entrance. Interested people can research on YouTube for the secret entrance. This temple has one of the oldest Shiva linga in the world and the energies are still pure and divine. Any mediator doing daily sadhana can feel the energies on just closing eyes and meditating near the linga.The temple also has a Subramanya, Devi and Surya Bhagwan deity in the periphery of the temple.Once in 60 years, river Swarnamukhi flows into the temple and touches the linga and returns. The last occurence was in 2005.This temple is another proof of our rich heritage, culture, awareness of truth and essence of life for thousands of years, when the rest of the world is yet to even contemplate it.Timings 6am to 6pm

Additional photos below
Photos: 3, Displayed: 3


Tot: 0.069s; Tpl: 0.011s; cc: 10; qc: 34; dbt: 0.0421s; 1; m:domysql w:travelblog (; sld: 1; ; mem: 1.1mb