Yaganti temple

Sri Yaganti Uma Maheswara Temple or Yaganti is a temple of Shiva in Kurnool District in the India state of Andhra Pradesh. It was built according to Vaishnavaite traditions.

This sanctuary was built by King Harihara Bukka Raya of the Sangama Dynasty of the Vijayanagara Empire in the fifteenth 100 years. It was worked by Vaishnavaite customs.
One story of the site's starting point is as per the following: The sage Agastya needed to construct a sanctuary for Lord Venkateswara on this site. In any case, the sculpture that was made couldn't be introduced as the toe nail of the symbol got broken. The sage was annoyed about this and played out a compensation for Shiva. At the point when Shiva showed up, he said the spot suits Shiva better as it looks like Kailash. Agastya then, at that point, mentioned Shiva to give the lovers a Parvathi Goddess as Lord Uma Maheswara in a solitary stone, which Shiva obliged.
A subsequent story is as per the following: Chitteppa, an enthusiast of Shiva, was loving Shiva and Shiva appeared to him as a tiger. Chitteppa comprehended that it was Lord Shiva in tiger structure, and yelled Neganti Shivanu ne kanti (meaning: I saw Shiva I saw), and hit the dance floor with satisfaction. There is a cavern called Chitteppa close by. Sri Yaganti Uma Maheswara Temple is one of only a handful of exceptional sanctuaries belittled by one of the incredible lines of India. Consistently Maha Shivaratri is commended and countless fans from everywhere Andhra Pradesh visit. Shiva, Parvati and Nandi are the primary divinities in this sanctuary. This sanctuary is 14 km away from Banaganipalli in kurnool dt. The holy person master Veerabrahmendra master remained here for quite a while and composed Kalagnanam.
An element of this sanctuary is its Pushkarini, a little lake of water on the sanctuary premises. Water streams into this Pushkarini from the lower part of slope through the mouth of a Nandi (bull). The water is new and sweet, as it comes from the slopes. Nobody knows how the water arrives at the lake lasting through the year and this sanctuary design as far as its figure shows the abilities of antiquated Viswakarma Sthapathis. Lovers observe that a heavenly shower in Pushkarini is exceptionally valuable. Subsequent to scrubbing down in Pushkarini, they pay recognitions for Lord Shiva.
Agastya Cave
Here Agastya played out his repentance for Shiva. One can enter the cavern by climbing 120 steep advances. A symbol to Devi is introduced and might be venerated here.
Venkateswara Cave
The harmed icon of Lord Venkateswara is available in this cavern. Contrasted with Agastya cave it is not difficult to climb however the means are steep. As per the story this symbol was available in this cavern before the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple was built. In any case, as the symbol is harmed close to the foot, it couldn't be loved. Sri Potuluri Veera Brahmendra Swami lets us know in his Kala Gynanam that this spot can remain as an option in contrast to Tirupati.
Veera Brahmam Cave
Here holy person Sree Potuluri Veera Brahmendra swamy thought of a portion of his Kala Gnaanam (prediction). The level of the cavern is less and one necessities to twist half over to enter it.

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