Gudimallam Temple

Gudimallam, Tirupati ,Andhra Pradesh 517526
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Despite the fact that a small town, truly it is critical, on the grounds that it has a delightful Siva Temple which is famously known as “the Parasurameswara Temple. his legend has it that Parashuram’s mom Renuka was associated with infidelity by her husband Sage Jamadagni. The Sage requested Parashurama to behead his mom. Parashurama […]

Despite the fact that a small town, truly it is critical, on the grounds that it has a delightful Siva Temple which is famously known as “the Parasurameswara Temple.
his legend has it that Parashuram’s mom Renuka was associated with infidelity by her husband Sage Jamadagni. The Sage requested Parashurama to behead his mom. Parashurama obeyed his dad and when Sage Jamadagni needed to reward his.

Gudimallam Temple, generally it is essential since it has a wonderful Siva Temple which is popularly known as “The Parasurameswara Temple.

The Gudimallam Temple is thought to be the most established Shiva temple distinguished so far following to third century BC. The Lord here is known as Parasurameswara and this lingam is accepted to delineate the trinity. The Story of the Temple interfaces it to Parasurama, a symbol of Lord Vishnu.

The fundamental significance of the temple lies in the Linga which is housed in the Garbhagriha of the temple and considered novel for its naturalistic depiction. This should be the most punctual Linga found up until now and it has been assigned to the 2nd or 1st century BC.

The name of the Gudimallam Temple is said as Parasurameswara Temple in the inscriptions. These inscriptions don’t refer to the first developers of the temple. In any case, they enroll the blessings made to the temple like land, cash and dairy animals for the lead of day by day revere in the temple.

The Black and Redware sherds of the second or third century AD have been uncovered over the span of excavations conducted in 1973. Potsherds of the Andhra Satavahana period (Circa first century AD to second century AD) and Consequently, a few historians relegate the temple to the Satavahana period.

The gudimallam temple timings for darshanam is  from 6:00 AM to 8:00 Pm

Other places to visit near gudimallam temple  Iskcon Temple, Talakona Waterfall, Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple, Kapila Theertham

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How to reach Gudimallam temple from Tirupati Bus Station:-
  • Gudimallam town is around 30 km from Tirupati.
  • Direct Buses are accessible however with less frequency. Gudimallam Temple is now under ASI (Archeological Survey of India) Maintenance.
  • As the Parasurameswara Swamy Gudimallam Temple has situated close Papanaidupet Village, Locals go to Papanaidupet by bus.
  • Buses and Share Autos keep running with high frequency from Renigunta to Papanaidupet.
  • From Tirupati – > Tiruchanoor Bypass – > Towards Renigunta Junction in Bypass ( Well before Junction, take Right to Papanaidupet) – > From Papanaidupet, it is a solitary extend Road one way to Gudimallam Temple.
  • You can approach the Locals for Sri Parasurameswara Swamy Gudimallam Temple as everybody knows this place.
  • Private taxis are also available
How to reach Gudimallam temple from Tirupati Railway Station:
  • From Tirupati railway station to Tirupathi Main bus station about 3Km.
  • Direct Buses are accessible however with less frequency.
  • From Tirupati – > Tiruchanoor Bypass – > Towards Renigunta Junction in Bypass ( Well before Junction, take Right to Papanaidupet) – > From Papanaidupet, it is a solitary extend Road one way to Gudimallam Temple.
  • Buses and Share Autos keep running with high frequency from Renigunta to Papanaidupet.
  • Private taxis are also available.
How to reach Gudimallam temple from Tirupati Airport(Renigunta):
  • It takes 31 minutes to Travel from Tirupati Airport to Gudimallam Temple.
  • We can achieve via  Papanaidupet Road.
  • Private taxis are also available for this site.
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In Puranas, Parashuram’s mom Renuka was associated with infidelity by her husband Sage Jamadagni. The Sage requested Parashurama to behead his mom. Parashurama obeyed his dad and when Sage Jamadagni needed to reward his child, Parashurama requesting him to bring his mother back to life. Furthermore, she was brought back to life.

But, Parashuram couldn’t overcome the guilt of beheading his mom and he felt regret about his demonstration. As a penance, he was advised by different Rishis to worship Shiva at Gudimallam.

After searching for a few days, Parashurama found the temple middle of the forest. He dug a lake close-by and started his penance.

Consistently morning a single flower utilized show up in the lake and Parashuram offered it to Shiva. To monitor the single blossom, he appointed Chitrasena, a Yaksha. Chitrasena was really a sign of Lord Brahma.

Chitrasena had kept a condition that to protect the bloom he ought to be given a creature to eat and a pot of hard stuff. Parashuram agreed to it and he used to chase a creature for Chitrasena day by day.

One day when Parshuram went out to chase, Chitrasena felt tempted to worship Shiva himself. He utilized the single bloom to adore Shiva. An enraged Parashurama attacked Chitrasena when he found the blossom missing.

Finding the transgression grievous, the Parshuram went into a furious battle with the evil spirit. At the point when the vanquished evil spirit was going to be attacked, Lord Shiva showed up and favored both with their want of Sayujyamukti – merging in Him. Brahma as Chitrasena, Vishnu as Parasurama and Shiva as the lingam shape the Gudimallam Shivalingam.

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