Manyamkonda Venkateshwara Swamy Temple located Manyamkonda hill in Mahbubnagar district of Telangana state. Lord Venkateswara is presiding deity here and it is called as Harihara Kshetra. It is also called as Palamoor Tirupathi.
Manyamkonda Venkateshwara Swamy Temple
History of the Temple: It is one of the ancient temples dedicated to Lord Venkateswara Swamy. It is considered as one of the important spiritual centres in Mahbubnagar District. Here pilgrims can have a glimpse of the ancient caves where the sages were believed to have practiced penance.
This temple is located in a cave which is reportedly balanced on top of the three hills. One can enjoy the nature’s splendour and scenic beauty at the temple. The temple has a beautiful Rajagopuram with the images of Gods and Goddesses carved on it.
Legend of the Temple: In the ancient days sages like Narasimha Yogi, Kasirayalu, Ettepu Ramayogi, Veerappaiah and Yanumaddhasu were believed to have meditated here and hence it is known as Munulakonda. With the passage of time it has been referred to as Manyam Konda.
Special Poojas and Festivals: Apart from regular poojas, annual festival known as Jaathara is held on the day of Magha (mid-February to mid-March) Purnima is celebrated with special poojas.
Temple Full Address: Manyamkonda Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, Mahbubnagar, Telangana State
Landmark:The temple is located 20 km from Mahbubnagar city on the highway to Raichur.
How to reach Manyamkonda Sri Lakshmi Venkateshwara Swamy Temple
By Bus: Govt RTC buses are available from all places in Telangana to reach the temple in Mahbubnagar.
By Train: Nearest railway station is Mahbubnagar Railway Station which is 27 km away from the temple. Govt RTC buses run from here to reach the temple.
By Flight: Nearest airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport which is 109 km away from the temple. Travel bus and taxi services are available to access the temple.