Surendrapuri

Surendrapuri Temple, Nalgonda, Telangana, India

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Sri Kunda Satyanarayana kala Dhamam or Surendrapuri Temple is created as a centre of artistic, sculptural excellence and an abode of all divine worlds. Surendrapuri bestows upon the visitors the boon of vision of all Gods and the wonderful sculptures make them recollect the skills of the creator.

Kunda Satyanarayana Kala Dhamam / Surendrapuri Temple is the epitome of artistic and sculptural excellence. It is also a major centre for divine fulfillment. Located at a distance of sixty kilometers from the city, it offers the pilgrims a chance to gain blessings from all the Indian gods. The Kunda Satyanarayana Kala Dhamam serves as a mythological awareness centre (Padmavyuham) that places its visitors in a state of joy. All deities of all the pilgrimage centres of India are available at the Surendrapuri Temple Centre. At this popular pilgrim destination, you will spot the worlds of all deities from Brahmaloka, Vishnuloka, Sivaloka, Nagaloka, Indraloka, Yamaloka, Narakaloka, Patalaloka, Padmavyuham to Padmadweepam. The sculptures include elaborate representations from the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, the Bhagavatgita and Puranas. Among the sculptures, you will see Lord Vishnu along with His weapons and Goddess Lakshmi, a 36-foot high sculptures depicting Lord Krishna enlightening Arjuna with the message of the Bhagavadgita. Other intriguing features of the Kunda Satyanarayana Kala Dhamam include churning of the Ksheera Sagaram (Milky Ocean) using the Mandara Mount as the gods and demons by the staff; the dancing of Bal Krishna on the hoods of the snake-king Kaliya. Other sculptures depict Lord Krishna lifting the Govardhana mountain, acts of romance, deeds with the shepherded maids (gopikas)—taking away their robes in fun and the killing of many demons. Also presented at the Kunda Satyanarayana Kala Dhamam is the story of the in the form of captivating sculptures showing the major events in his life from childhood to the events of the Ramayana. What can also be seen at Surendrapuri Temple are the sculptures of events such as Hanuman killing the Akshayakumaras; Indrajit holding Hanuman with Brahmastra and Hanuman can be seen giving offerings to the devotees with his own hands. The visitor can also choose to drink a cup of hot coffee made from the milk straight coming from the cow. More depictions from these classic ancient myths include the modules which show the birth of Anjaneya, his learning of scriptures, killing of demon Lankhini, bringing the Sanjivani Mountain, carrying of Rama and Lakshmana, flying in the skies and bringing them to Sugriva. This place is a must visit for a holistic experience of all the Indian deities.

Flower bullet Temples The most sacred place of Surendrapuri Temple is on the northeast, where one can find the temple complex. The main door of the Panchamukha Hanumadeeswara and Venkateswara Devasthanam is carved with the figures of the main presiding deities with all beauty, grandeur and splendor.

flower bullet Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam Kunda Satyanarayana kala Dhamam is created as a centre of artistic, sculptural excellence and an abode of all divine worlds. It bestows upon the visitors the boon of vision of all Gods and the wonderful sculptures make them recollect the skills of the creator.

flower bullet Naga Koti The nagakoteswara viswaroopa is built as if Lord Siva himself descended on to his holy land from kailasa to free the devotees from all the doshas and appeared before the devotees in the form of graceful encircled by kalasarpa (Big Snake).

flower bullet Navagraha For the first time in the world, nine separate temples are built for the Navagrahas (9 planets), the presiding and corresponding deities along with their divine consorts and vahanas.

flower bullet Hanuman Shiva Statue The moment one enters the abode of the Surendrapuri, one gets the darshan of the 60’ feet Panchamukha Hanuman on the front elevation and the Panchamukha Shiva at its back as a great architectural splendor.

Surendrapuri Temple Entry timings

Temples 6.30 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 8 pm (Weekdays)6.30 am – 8 pm (Weekends and public holidays)
Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhaman
Ticket Booking Timings 9 am – 5 pm
Visting timings 9 am – 7 pmOpen All Days
Admission
Entry to Surendrapuri Temple Free
Entry to Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam Chargeable
Tickets to Kaladhamam
Adult Rs. 300/-
Child Rs. 250 for 5-10years only (below 5 yrs no charge)
Special school packages available Contact: +91 9000926641
Cloakroom
No guide is required as the description of each exhibit is displayed in Telugu and English.

Wheelchairs
A person is provided to take the wheel chair around the museum, which is chargeable.

Strictly Prohibited

Somking, tobacco, gutkha, alcohol etc. are not allowed in Surendrapuri.
Mobile Phones, Cameras, video cameras or any electronic items are allowed inside Surendrapuri but are prohibited in the Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam. All electronic devices can be deposited in the cloakroom.

Food
Visitors are not allowed to carry food inside the Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam.
Vegetarian food is available inside the Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam.
Non-vegetarian food is strictly prohibited at Surendrapuri Temple.

Weather Precaution
Surendrapuri Temple is an open place and exposed to sun and rain. Please carry necessary protective headgear such as caps, umbrellas etc.

Footwear
Footwear is allowed in the Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam but is not allowed inside the temples.

Behavior
Avoid impolite and rude language.
Explosive/inflammatory articles/material should not be carried inside the Surendrapuri Temple premises.

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