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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Amareswara Swamy temple in Guntur is very famous in local lot of people visiting daily and it is have great history with lovely trees

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Reviewed 31 October 2017 via mobile

The deity of Amareswara, other name of Lord Shiva is worshipped here by devotees who come from different parts of India. The walls of the temple with numerous inscriptions narrating the past of the region promise to leave you astonished with their glory and richness.This temple is rightly located on the banks of the holy Krishna River and with the announcement of Amaravati region as the capital city of the state this temple is now regaining its past glory.The unique feature associated with this temple is that it is blessed with the richness of both Hinduism and Buddhism. it is also a datta kshetra where dattatreya is located. one of the pancharama kshetras. old epic and historical coupled with devotional.

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Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

In this ancient temple very big Shiva linga was present. Temple located on banks of river Krishna. Peaceful environment and you can see Very big Meditating Buddha statue nearby. Must see temple in Amaravati.

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

This is ancient temple of lord shiva known as Amareswara. This is one among the pancha lingalu.TEMPLE is situated in a heighest place at the banks of river Krishna. The place and environment re neat and tidy.The abhisheka be done with a lot of fragrance by archaks in a most dedicated and spiritual way.
ganeshbabu Chebolu,,Hyderabad.

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Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Amaravathi is the capital of Andhra pradesh . Amareswara swamy temple situated in Amaravathi town. Lord Shiva and matha Parvathi are situated in amareswara swami temple. Shiva Lingam in amaravathi increase continuously and it is bitted and blood was clotted and increasing of Shiva Lingam was stopped. Also Amaravathi musium and Lord bhudha Statute are also places which we definitely see there. Thank you very much for reading this.

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