Alampur Jogulamba Temple Timings & History

Alampur Jogulamba Temple

Jogulamba temple is located in Alampur, Jogulamba Gadwal District. Alampur is on the riverbank of Tungabhadra and the western gateway of Srisailam. The deities in the temple are Jogulamba and Balabrahmeswara. Among the 18 Maha Shakti Peetas, Jogulamba is 5th Maha Shakti Peeta in the country. Alampur Jogulamba temple timings are from 7 AM to 9 PM.

The temple is marvellous, and the remains of some ancient temples signify Badami Chalukyan architecture. In this temple, the Goddess Jogulamba sits on the corpse with a scorpion, frog, and lizard on the head. The Goddess here is naked with tongue stretched outside. An avatar of the fierce Goddess, which granted Siddi in yoga and called Jogulamba. The word Jogulamba is the changed form of Yogula Amma which means Mother of Yogis in Telugu.

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History of the Temple

Jogulamba Temple is one of the 18 Maha Shakti Peetas, representing the upper teeth part of Goddess Shakti. As per Puranas, Goddess Shakti was born Sati and married Lord Shiva. Sati’s father, Daksha, who hates Lord Shiva, performs Nireeswara Yagna (non-existence of Shiva) and insults Shiva.

Sati killed herself for insulting her husband. Enraged by this, Lord Shiva performs Pralayatandava holding the body of Sati and starts destroying the universe. Upon the request of all gods, Lord Shiva releases his Sudarshana chakra and cuts the body of Sati into 51 pieces. The body parts of Sati fell in different parts of the Indian subcontinent creating 51 Shakti Peetas. Among these 18 are Maha Shakti Peetas.

Under “The Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act”, the Archaeological Survey of India prepared the list as an archaeological and architectural treasure on the official “List of Monuments” of Alampur Temples. Muslim invaders grounded the original temple in 1390 A.D. After 615 years, the temple was rebuilt by the Archeology department. The temple is known as Dakshina Kasi.

Alampur Jogulamba temple timings
Alampur Nava Brahma Temples

In the 6th Century, the great Saint Rasa Siddi had the power of converting base metal into gold. He was close to the Chalukyan King Pulakesi II. The Saint and the King instrumentally constructed many “Nava Brahmas” temples. Rasa Siddi put the nine names of Shiva, which are the names of medicinal herbs. The nine temples are:

  • Swarga Brahma Temple
  • Padma Brahma Temple
  • Vishwa Brahma Temple
  • Arka Brahma Temple
  • Bala Brahma Temple
  • Garuda Brahma Temple
  • Kumara Brahma Temple
  • Vira Brahma Temple &
  • Taraka Brahma Temple

According to the tantric work Siddha Rasarnavam, which states if Upasana is performed as per the prescribed tantra, the mercury oozes from the Linga of Bala Brahma, Thighs of Subramanya, Navel of Ganapati and the mouth of Mother Jogulamba can be converted into gold by using the medicinal herbs.

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Alampur Jogulamba Temple Timings

Chandi Homam: Homam will perform in Sri Jogulamba Temple, Price 750/- (Every Pournami & Amavasya the Seva will perform at 9:00 AM),

Alampur Jogulamba temple timings for kumkumarchana

Morning – 9 AM – 11.30 AM

Evening – 2 PM – 5.30 PM

Rudra Homam: Homam will perform at Sri Bala Brahmeswara Swamy Temple, Price 516/- (Every Masa Shivaratri the Seva will perform at 10:00 AM),

In Jogulamba Temple Nava Graham Shanti Homam is performed

Accommodation

Alampur is a temple town in Mahabubnagar district in Telangana, India. It is about 90 km from Mahabubnagar, 27 km from Kurnool, and 200 km from Hyderabad.

We can reach the temple by buses and trains available frequently to travel.

Telangana government is promoting Telangana tourism in Alampur. A Telangana tourism hotel Haritha is 10 minutes away from Alampur temple.

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