Kumararamam Temple History
Kumararamam Temple History,
Kumararamam Bhimeshwara swamy temple is the one the famous temple of Pancharamalu or Pancharama Kshetras. Lord Shiva is worshipped as Bhimeshwara swamy in this temple. Kumararama temple is located in Samarlakota, Andhra Pradesh.
Sri Chalukya Kumararama Sri Bhimeswaraswamy vari temple is a temple located in Samalkota. The presiding deity in this temple is Lord Shiva, known as Kumara Bhimeswara. Mahashivaratri Festival is the most important festival celebrated here. Here the Goddess knownas Bala Trupura sundari.
The Kumararamam temple has a mandapam that is supported by 100 pillars and is of great architectural importance. The temple has an Ekasila Nandi – A Bull carved from a single stone guarding the Shiva Lingam at the entrance of the temple.
The Kumararama Bhimeshwara Swamy temple is histeorically prominent, as it was built by Chalukyas. This temple is similar to the temple in Draksharamam, but is also unique, such as the Linga being white. The temple resembles a twin of Draksharam, with two staired Mandapa, and notable that it is in excellent condition, without any cracks. Though the temple is not in a populated place, most people do visit there.
The Shiva Linga is a limestone of 14 feet (4.3 m) high. The temple was built by the King Chalukya Bhima. Hence, the god name of this temple is Bhimeswara.