All you need to know Kondagattu Temple, History & Its Siginificance

Kondagattu temple is one of the famous temples in Telangana dedicated to Sri Anjaneya Swamy in Muthyampet Village, Mallial Mandal of Jagitial. Kondagattu temple

is located at a distance of 2 km from the Kondagattu Bus Stand, 14 km from Jagityal Bus Station, 39 km from Karimnagar, and 178 km from Hyderabad.

Kondagattu Temple, History & Its Siginificance
Kondagattu Temple, History & Its Siginificance

Kondagattu temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated on a Kondagattu hillock amidst beautiful hills, valleys, and refreshing water lakes. This Temple architecture is beautiful as it is decorated with sculptures of Gods and Goddesses on its facades and walls. 

Along with Anjaneya Swamy, the temple also has the idols of Lord Venkateswara, Goddess Alwaar, and Sri Laxmi. Here one can see the grandeur statue of Lord Anjaneya. As the statue is so high, stairs have been provided to help visitors go up to view the statue from close quarters.

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History of Kondagattu temple

About 300 years ago, a farmer called Singam Sanjeevudu after losing one of his buffalos, came to this hillock searching for it and slept there. In his dream, Lord Anjaneya came and told him the whereabouts of his buffalo. After he woke up and looked around the hillock, he found an illuminating idol of Anjaneya. Later, he built a small temple for the lord at his current location. But, the current temple in Kondagattu was built by Krishna Rao Deshmukh in the middle of the 20th century.

It is a common belief here that, people who do not have children will be blessed with a baby if they offer 40-day prayers to Lord Anjaneya Swamy. Hanuman Jayanti is the main festival celebrated here at the temple every year. It is a common practice here, where devotees perform Hanuman Deeksha for a period of 41 days during Hanuman Jayanthi and visit Kondagattu Hanuman Temple on a walk.

Every year, more than 4 lakh people visit this temple during Hanuman Jayanthi to offer their prayers to god. Apart from the temple, some other popular attractions here are Kondalaraya Fort and Bojjapotana caves near Kondagattu. The times to enter the temple are 4 AM to 8.30 PM.

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