Heritage in Mahabubnagar

The heritage site of Alampur located in Mahabubnagar district of Telangana is home to the Navabrahma temples and famous Jogulamba Temple in one temple complex. These are believed to be built during the 7th – 8th Centuries A.D. and a total of nine temples were built on the banks of the river Tungabhadra where Lord Shiva manifests in 9 different forms.

Jogulamba Temple, considered one of the 18 Shaktipeetas in India attracts thousands of visitors each day. Alampur is considered historically as an important centre of the Chalukyas. Goddess Jogulamba is seen her as Shakti in her “Roudra avatar”. Alampur is also the site where the historical Sangameshwara temple was relocated after its submergence by the backwaters of Srisailam dam.

  • How to Reach
  • Where to eat
  • Shopping
  • Where to stay

Alampur, is located approximately 220 km from Hyderabad and easily accessible through Hyderabad-Bangalore highway. Alampur road is the nearest railway station located at a distance of nearly 9 km.

Haritha Hotel Alampur offers quality food for tourists visiting this destination. There are other small restaurants located near the temple and along the highway.

There are many puja related items and a range of divine literature available regarding the temple in print and electronic form. Tourists can also buy few handicrafts made of river shells, utility items made with local stone carvings and small sculptures.

Haritha Hotel Alampur is the place to rest for tourists visiting the Navabramha temples in Alampur. Located close to the Tungabhadra River, the hotel offers quality accommodation and food services.