Kotappakonda, Narasaraopet

#3 of 11 in Historic Sites in Guntur District
Kotappakonda is a holy hill, situated in Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Vedas are recognized as the oral heritage by the UNESCO and are taught at Veda Patasala in the village, established by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams Maha Sivaratri every year and more than 7 lakh people throng this temple. This is called Kotayya thirunalla or Kotappakonda thirunalla.
Kotappakonda town can be reached by bus from Guntur or Narasaraopet or Chilakaluripet.
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  • It is excellent holy place and lord Shiva is famous here and everyone must visit to refresh ,and it is near by narasaraopet  more »
  • the temple is of Lord Maheshwara/Siva. The temple on 3 hills together represents Trimurti i.e. Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara, so its called trikoteswara swamy. The temple has south facing on its uniqu...  more »
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