Where do you want to go?
Home Adventure Beaches Cities Fairs & Festivals Forts & Palaces Hill stations People and Culture Pilgrimages Wildlife Blog

  Andhra pradesh City
  Tour Packages
    Information is coming soon

Home » South india » Andhra pradesh » Pilgrimages » Kolanupaka
Andhra Pradesh Places to see KOLANUPAKA

At a glance :

Region : From Hyderabad about eighty kilometers & From Aler about six kilometers

Established In : Eleventh century, during Chalukyan period

Earlier Names :
Kollihaka, Kolanupaka, Vyakhyanagaram, Kottiyapaka, Bimbavatipurama and Kolipaka

Major Attraction : Antique Jain temple, almost 2000 years

This pilgrimage is situated about six kilometers from Aler and from the Hyderabad city is about eighty kilometers. This religious place contains much ancient importance. This place was a wealthy city, which was captured about 93.24 kilometers area and even also you can see the destroyed pieces of this pilgrimage. This place became popular when it got the title of the substitute capital of dynasty Kalyani Chalukyas, during the eleventh century.

This place also contains huge importance for the Jain pilgrims and too Shaivites means Lord Shiva's deities. This pilgrimage is very much famous because this pilgrimage completed almost 2000 years. This temple contains 1.5 m tall picture of the Mahavir. Renukacharya's birth place is this pilgrimage. There is belief that Veera Shaiva sage came into the world through the Svayambaghu Linga, in the town.

Temples :

The temple of Shree Veeranarayan was constructed about 1104; the construction style of this temple is like Chalukyan. Through the architecture style of this temple, this temple is believed to be Jain temple, later on this was converted in the place of Vaishnava for worship. This land has numbers of the temples such as Hanuman, Someswara or Someshwara, Vishveshwara or Visveswara. The sculptural structure made these temples very much rich and amazing. the unique and magical thing about this Kolanupaka is, if you will stand over the tank, it is around 1.6 kilometers from the Kolanupaka village and if you will say Dhana Malli in loud voice, you get the responding voice but strange thing is that there is no rock or hillock in the close area to create the echo.

Festival :

The essential festival which celebrated at this pilgrimage is Utsavam such as Sriramanavami & ViranarayanaSwami, this festival held in the months of March & April.

Stay :

There are accommodation facilities providing hotels in Warangal & Hyderabad.

* Name :
* Email :
Website :
* Review :
How to reach
  Forts & Palaces
  Fairs & Festivals
Popular Pilgrimages Of India
bullet Hotels
bullet Flights
bullet Buses
bullet Trains
bullet Cabs
bullet East India
bullet West India
bullet North India
bullet South India
bullet Central India
bullet About Us
bullet Blog
bullet Contact Us
bullet Feedback
bullet FAQ
bullet Info
Facebook twitter RSS Foursquare Flikr
Powered By :