Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy Temple, Mallam

The temple was constructed by the Chola rulers around 11th century in Mallam village near Nayudupeta, about 90 km away from Nellore. The Vasanta Mandapam in the temple is in the form of a chariot drawn by a pair of horses. The 64 pillars of the mandapam are decorated with pictures of creepers and tales from Ramayanam, Bharatham, Bhagavatam and Siva Puranam.

4 thoughts on “Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy Temple, Mallam

  1. WHY SUCH AN IMPORTANT TEMPLES IS NOT BECOMING FAMOUS, PLEASE MAKE IT FAMOUS, BY

    EXPLORING THROUGH BANNERS IN SULLURPET CHENGALLAMA TEMPLE, CHENNAI REDHILLS, SO

    THAT LOT OF PEOPLES CAN VISIT, SO THAT THE TEMPLE CAN RENOVATE.

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  2. When we yòung time my father tells a story about, a sculpturer making a chatiot, but in between the work going,a argent call from his keep left him unfinished.That chariot still got but it is danglinging space .Is it real or not…?

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  3. Recently visited this Beautiful temple. The temple is neat with a good road n and they arrange annadanam on daily basis. Such heritage temple needs proper public awareness to enable good patronage. Frequent buses proper places of stay and an information website is essential.

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