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Lord Sri Jogulamba Devi 5th Sakthipeetam and lord Sri Bala Brahmeswara Swamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. e-Hundi allows donations from people across the globe for the welfare of the sacred Alampur. You can donate to lord Sri Jogulamba and lord Sri Bala Bramareshwara e-Hundi through the Internet. It is believed that when devotees make their donations, they earn happiness through the complete blessings of lord Sri Jogulamba Devi and lord Sri Bala Bramareshwara Swamy.We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva the followers and We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva. We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva the followers and We are a Hindu that belives in Lord Rama and Vishnu Deva.

Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi another name is “Yogulamba/Yogamba Hindu temple “ is one among the 18 Shakti peethas in worldwide. “Upper jaw with tooth” Oordhva danta Pankti of Devi fell here. Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi is that the Shakti of Bala Brahmeswara Swamy. Alampur Jogulamba Mahadevi, Roudra Veekshana Loochana, Alampuri Sthita Mata, and Sarvartha Phala Siddhida are other names of Yogulamba (Sri Jogulamba Devi).

Sri Jogulamba temple is also known as (Yogamba or Yogulamba ), is one of the 18 Shakti peethas in worldwide (Ashtadasa Sakthi Peethams ) dedicated to Goddess Shakti and Bala Brahmeswara Swamy (Lord Shiva). Built around the 7th century CE, the temple is located near the banks of rivers Tungabhadra and Krishna.

This temple was dedicated to Bala Brahmeswara Swamy (Lord Shiva) in child form and visited by tourists, especially during the celebration of Maha Shivratri at Alampur, Jogulamba Gadwal. The temple contains a Columned (pillared) hall with 3 openings. On the ceiling of the temple, different postures of Shiva are engraved.

Previous Alampur temple of Jogulamba Devi was destroyed by Bahamani Sultans within the ordinal century. The idols of Alampur Jogulamba Devi and her 2 shaktis Chandi, Mundi were protected from them and placed in Bala Brahmeswara Swamy temple (Lord Siva)  till 2005. A new temple has been built (assembled) in the same place, and therefore the god was Re-constructed.

As per the local people, Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi is in Ugra Rupa (highly powerful and onerous to worship), and therefore the water pool nearby, makes a cool atmosphere.

Idol of Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi in sitting position has a vast quantity of hair with lizard, scorpion, bat, and scull in it. Idols of Saptamatrikas, Vighneswara, and Veenapani Veera Bhadra idols are in  Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi temple. Original Chandi Mundi idols were left in Alampur Bala Brahmeswara Swamy temple (Lord Siva) and new idols are created and placed in Alampur Sri Jogulamba Devi temple.

Alampur is named as a city of temples and is famed for its sculptures (sculptures). The whole Alampur temple complex was designed on the bank of Tungabhadra and Krishna river. Alampur temple of Nava Brahmas and Kanchi Kamakshi temple are the most important places in Alampur city.

This temple was dedicated to Lord Shiva ( Bala Brahmeswara Swamy temple ) and visited by tourists, especially during the celebration of the Maha Shivratri Festival Time.

On entering the temple first, we see the Nandeeswara statue in the hall. Behind the crossing hall, we can enter into a prakara where Veerabhadra Swamy, Navadurgas, Navagrahas, Trimoorthy gods (Dakshinamoorthy, Yoganarasimha Swamy, Brahma), Kumaraswamy, Kalabhairava, Vighneswara are present.

After crossing this room, we can enter the third room which has Pradakshina marg.   In this place Parvathi Mata, Yoga Narasimha Swamy, Ugra Narasimha Swamy, Siddhas are present.

In the center of this third room,  we can see Garbhagriha in which Lord Siva Bala Brahmeswara Swamy is present. The Shiva Linga has an irregular shape, and Panapatta is slightly slanted towards left. The temple has extraordinary sculptures. The temple was made by Rasasidha,  who came from Kasi on the order of Lord Shiva. Several Shiva Lingas are also present in the campus of Balabrahmeswara Swamy temple.

Sri Jogulamba Bala Brahmeswara Swamy temple being the main abode is also accompanied by 9 shrines popularly known as Nava Brahma temples :
  1. Swarga Brahma Temple,
  2. Bala Brahma Temple,
  3. Arka Brahma Temple,
  4. Garuda Brahma Temple,
  5. Padma Brahma Temple,
  6. Vira Brahma Temple,
  7. Kumara Brahma Temple,
  8. Vishwa Brahma Temple and
  9. Taraka Brahma Temple

Built by Badami Chalukyas around the 6th Century CE, these temple sites preserve archeological remains,  some housed in the nearby museum.

Sangameshwara Swamy Devasthanam– The Lord of the Confluence

Every time we read about Alampur Temples, we would get an impression that the place held something “special” though most websites only talked about the Navabrahma Temples. We found that special something – the Sangameshwara Devasthanam, a short distance from the Papanasi group of temples. You can see this temple on the way to the Papanasi (Papavinasanam)temples.
The story of the temple

The Sangameshwara Devasthanam was built during the Chalukya reign somewhere between the 6th and 7th Centuries A.D (information on the internet says it was built during the reign of Pulakesin I but there is no proper information on this at Alampur) once stood at the point of “Sangam” (confluence) of the Tungabhadra and Krishna the rivers, 16 km's from modern-day Alampur and so Lord Shiva here gets the name Sangameshwara Devasthanam, the Lord Shiva of the Confluence(Sangam) What an inspiring idea to create a temple to mark the spot of the confluence of two mighty rivers, probably the lifelines of the Chalukyan economy!

When the Srisailam Dam was being constructed in the 1970s, this temple ran the risk of submerging under water, and so ASI dismantled the temple and rebuilt it brick by brick at its current location. The temple as it stands today, great and marvelous as ever!

Way To Reach Us

The direct bus is available from Hyderabad and Kurnool bus stations.

By Road

1. Alampur Jogulamba Temple is 8 km from Alampur Railway station. Alampur Railway station is located on
Hyderabad – Kurnool line.

2. Kurnool Railway is station is 27 km from Temple. Kurnool is well connected with all parts of India.

By Train

The Nearest International airport is at Hyderabad which is 202 km.

By Air


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