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Review of Kotappakonda

Kotappakonda
Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

Kotappakonda is near Guntur kotappakonda thiranala is very famous in Guntur lot of people going it is with local culture

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Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

I visited with my family friends in the month November. The temple was very nice. It was famous for Lord Shiva. Everyone must visit once in their lifetime. It has recreation also for children as well as elders.

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Reviewed 31 January 2018

Kottappa konda can be reached by bus from Guntur or Narasarao pet. Need to climb the 1000 steps to reach the temple. we can see a lot of crowd during the mahasivarati festival. it will take more time for darshan on Monday and Shivaratri festival.
Nice location for one day trip. Nearest railway station to reach kottappa konda is Narasarao pet.

Thank Manoj K
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Reviewed 31 October 2017 via mobile

The main abode is Trikoteswara Swamy, its original name is Kondakavuru, but is more popularly known as Kotappakonda or Trikutaparvatam, a three-peaked hill nearby. Though surrounded by other hills, the three hills, also known by the names of Trikutachalam or Trikutadri, can be distinctly seen from a distance from any direction. The three peaks are named after the Hindu Triumverate, Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara. The epigraphs at Kotappakonda clearly state that the deity established in the shape of Sivalinga on the hill top is known as Trikuteswara or Trikoteswara.Kotappakonda temple is considered to be the very famous temple and to reach the temple one has to climb stairway of about thousand steps. There are four temples located in the temple complex of Kotappakonda temple. One of the temple is located at the base, the other at the top of about 600 feet and the main temple stands at a height of 1500 feet. surprising fact is that one cannot find a single crow around the temple surroundings.mahasivarathri is celebrated grandly.

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Reviewed 28 September 2017

Nice Place To Visit Again And Again, but it is too commercial for darshan for shiva There are large statues of Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Ganesha near the temple. It is located near Narsaraopet town,

Thank Suresh D
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