Bugga Ramalingeswara temple

Tadipatri, Andhra Pradesh, India

Bugga Ramalingeswara Swamy sanctuary is a Siva sanctum arranged on the southern bank of the Penna waterway in Tadipatri, Anantapur locale of Andhra Pradesh, India. It was worked somewhere in the range of 1490 and 1509 by Pemmasani Ramalinga Nayudu I, a Pemmasani Nayaka clan leader of the Gutti-Gandikota locale during the rule of the Vijayanagara Empire.
The managing divinity is a linga, viewed as 'swayambhu' (normally happening or self began). The sanctuary has seven little free points of support before the Vishnu hallowed place and when struck they produce 'saptaswara' (the seven melodic notes). The gopurams of the sanctuary are incomplete and were portrayed by structural antiquarian James Anderson as 'ponders'.


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