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Sri Kalahasthi

Srikalahasti is located close to Tirupati, on the banks of Swarnamukhi River. This town is considered to be one of the important sites for ancient Shiva temple. The Srikalahasti Temple is situated between the banks of the river and the foot of the neighbouring hills and is also referred to as Dakshina Kailasam. The temple has three majestic towers, which can leave visitors spellbound with the ornate and beautiful architecture. The original temple was constructed during the Pallava Dynasty and the temple that visitors see today was built in the 11th century during the reign of the Chola Dynasty. The massive 100-pillared mantapam was constructed in the 16th century by Krishnadevaraya. A historical reference to this temple occurs in the works of Nakkeerar, a Tamil poet during the Tamil Sangam Dynasty. He called it as Southern Kailash. Nakkeera composed hundreds of Tamil stanzas to praise Srikalahasteeswara. Dhoorjati, a Telugu poet native of this place and one among the ashtadiggajas of Sri Krishnadevaraya's court, composed a hundred stanzas on Sri Kalahasteeswara. As per another legend, Vayu and Adishesha had a dispute to find out who is superior, to prove the superiority Adishesha encircled the Kailasam, Vayu tried to remove this encircle by creating Twister. Because of the twister, 8 parts from kailasam fell into 8 different places which are Trincomalee, Srikalahasti, Tiruchirappalli, Thiruenkoimalai, Rajathagiri, Neerthagiri, Ratnagiri, and Swethagiri Thirupangeeli

Key Points About Kalahasthi

1. Inner Temple Was Constructed Around 5th Century

2. Outer Temple Was Constructed Around 12th Century

3. The Srikalahasti temple was originally built during Pallava period and the current structures were built by Chola king Kulothunga Cholan I, II and III during the 11th century.

4. a Telugu poet native of this place and one among the ashtadiggajas of Sri Krishnadevaraya's court, composed a hundred stanzas on Sri Kalahasteeswara.

5.The temple is revered as one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalam where the presiding deity is worshipped as Vayu linga(air).

6.Mahasivaratri Brahmotsavams are celebrated in par with Maha Shivaratri for 13 days during which the Utsava murtis of Siva and Parvati will be taken on Vahanams in a procession around the temple streets.


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Total cost : Rs : 2800.00/-
Partial Payment : 1000/-

1. Inner Temple Was Constructed Around 5th Century

2. Outer Temple Was Constructed Around 12th Century

3. The Srikalahasti temple was originally built during Pallava period and the current structures were built by Chola king Kulothunga Cholan I, II and III during the 11th century.

4. a Telugu poet native of this place and one among the ashtadiggajas of Sri Krishnadevaraya's court, composed a hundred stanzas on Sri Kalahasteeswara.

5.The temple is revered as one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalam where the presiding deity is worshipped as Vayu linga(air).

6.Mahasivaratri Brahmotsavams are celebrated in par with Maha Shivaratri for 13 days during which the Utsava murtis of Siva and Parvati will be taken on Vahanams in a procession around the temple streets.

Inclusions:

• Accommodation in the mentioned hotels on twin sharing basis (if it is part of your booking)
• Pickup and drop from Airport / Railway station / Bus station
• All transfers for sightseeing
• Transportation as mentioned with an English/Tamil/ Telugu/Hindi speaking friendly driver cum guide throughout your trip.
• Driver’s Bata, fuel charges

Exclusions:

• Entrance fees to the Waterfalls and Temple.
• Toll, parking, road tax charges
• All expenses of personal nature
• Optional activities mentioned in the itinerary.
• Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusion

1. Pick up from Tirupati Airport/Railway Station/Bus Station

2. Drop at Kalahasthi

3. After Completing Pooja & Darshan

4. Pick up from Kalahasthi

5. Drop at Tirupati Airport/Railway Station/Bus Station

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