Chebrolu Brahma Temple | History,Timings and Photos of the Temple

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Chebrolu Brahma Temple

Chebrolu Brahma Temple is located in chebrolu town of Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh.

There are only 2 temples for Brahma one is in Kasi and the other is in Chebrolu.

It is one of the oldest temples in Andhra Pradesh. This temple dedicates to Lord Brahma.

Here the deity Lord Brahma embodied with four faces on four sides of Shiva Lingam and hence called as Chaturmukha Brahma Lingeswara Swamy temple.

Chebrolu Brahma Temple


As per the legends, Lord Brahma was cursed by Bhrugu Maharshi that he will not worship during kali yuga.

For this reason, the idol of Lord Brahma is curved on Shivalingam instead of a separate idol. Sri Raja Vasireddy Venkatadrinaidu built this temple 200 years ago.

However, Chebrolu is famous for its four shrines they are Nageswara, Sahasra Lingeswara, Veerabhadra, and Bhimeswara are located nearby this Chebrolu Brahma Temple and also Nandi Statue carved out of a single red stone.

Besides them, Lord Nataraja idol which is of 12 feet height is the centre of attraction and it is of 100 years ago.

However, Brahma Lingeswara Swamy temple is located at the centre of the temple tank. Devotees need to walk on a small bridge across the water on the temple tank for darshanam.

Chaturmukha Brahma Lingeswara Swamy Temple Timings:

  • Generally, the temple opens at 6:00 a.m and closes by 8:00 p.m

How to reach:

By Air:

  • The nearest airport is Gannavaram in Vijayawada which is 63 km away to the Chebrolu Brahma Temple.

On Rail:

  • Guntur Jn railway station is nearest to chebrolu which is of 16 km away. From there we can reach by road thereafter.

By Bus:

  • Tenali bus stationPonnur bus station and Guntur bypass bus stations are nearby bus stations to Chebrolu.
  • However, from there frequent buses are available to reach Chaturmukha Brahma Lingeswara Swamy Temple.

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