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Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara | History,Timings and Photos

Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara

Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara is in Surutapalli of Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh. However, this temple has the idol of Lord Shiva in the form of Pallikondeswara. The deity in this temple is in reclining posture on the lap of his wife Goddess Parvathi as Sarva Mangalambika. The deity is also termed as Bhoga Sayana Siva. Besides Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi, some other gods like Ganesh, Subramanya Swamy, Surya, Chandra, Indra and sage Narada are in this temple of  Lord Shiva.

Surutapalli Temple

History of  Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara:

During Samudra Manthan by Devas and Asuras. As a result, that process gave rise to Amrita, Halahala and many treasures. So, in order to prevent peoples from Halahala Lord Shiva drunk it. But, Lord Shiva wife stopped it in his neck by holding it tight just before to the throat and it turned blue. Afterward, he proceeds to travel Kailash but on his way, he felt very uncomfortable. There, He lied down to relax, keeping his head in the lap of Parvati in the place of Surutapalli. Some of his well-wishers were surrounded him. Awaiting the god to open his eyes. In the Conclusion, this type laying on lap posture is rare as it is similar to Lord Vishnu posture. They were been happy only after knowing Lord Shiva is fine.

Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara Timings:

Morning Timings:6.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Evenings Timings:4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

How to reach Surutapalli Temple Pallikondeswara:

Airway: The nearest airport is Tirupathi Airport, Andhra Pradesh. Moreover, it takes 82 km to reach the temple.

On Rail: The nearest railway station is Chittoor Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh. It covers 2 km from the railway station to temple.

By Road: Moreover, the buses are available from this place to nearby cities.

Pradosham days morning 6.00 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Sani Pradosham is especially important when about 15,000 devotees throng this temple. On the occasion of Maha Sivaratri well over 30,000 devotees wait for the darshan of Pallikondeswarar.

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