Navabrahma Temple in Andhra Pradesh
Alampur close to Kurnool is home to the very prehistoric Andhra Pradesh Navabrahma Temple dating back to the 7th century.
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The South India Navabrahma Temples in Andhra Pradesh is constructed by the Badami Chalukyas, who reigned for about 200 years from the middle of the sixth century onwards.
The Badami Chalukyas built several temples in Karnataka, and the Alampur temples in Andhra Pradesh.
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The Alampur site preserves archeological remains in the form of temples showcasing a cross style of architecture - dating back to the 6th-7th centuries.
The Andhra Pradesh Navabrahma Temple includes
Brahma is partly in ruins with no image in the sanctum.
The Telugu inscriptions in the temple dates back to
the period of 6 th – 7 th Century.
Te Bala Brahma temple hosts the main shrine of worship.
It dates back to the year 702 CE and even today shivaratri
is celebrated with great splendor.
The Swarga Brahma
temple boasts an inspiring tower and is a perfect master
piece of the Chalukyan Architecture and Sculpture
flaunts ornamentation on the wall.
The Padma Brahma
temple enshrines a Shivalingam of apparent stone with
mirror like finish.
The temple is almost in ruins now.
Vishwa Brahma temple depicts the scenes from the epics
and surely the most attractive and artistic amongst
all of the Nava Brahma temples.
Other temples are Swarga temple, Kumara Brahma temple, Garuda Brahma, Arka Brahma, and Vira Brahma.
The Nava Bhramma temples are Taraka Bhramma, Swarga Bhramma, Padma Bhramma, Bala Bhramma, Garuda Bhramma, Kumara Bhramma, Arka Bhramma, Vira Bhramma and the Vishwa Bhramma. These temples are all enclosed in a courtyard on the left bank of the river Tungabhadra.
The Bala Bhramma temple is the principal shrine of worship. It dates back to the year 702 CE - per the inscriptions seen here. Shivaratri is celebrated in great splendour here.
The Taraka Bhramma temple is partly in ruins, and it has no image in the sanctum. It bears telugu inscriptions from the 6th-7th century CE. The Swarga Bhramma temple with an imposing tower is considered to be among the finest in Alampur, and is an excellent specimen of Chalukyan architecture and sculpture. It contains several sculptures in bas relief, and it dates back to the end of the 8th century.
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