Gudimallam Sri Parasurameswara Swamy Temple Darshan Time Today

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Gudimallam, a historical monument can be found in Chittoor district’s Srikalahasti Mandal. Renigunta Railway Station Junction is located approximately 7 kilometers from the shrine. The Linga kept in the Garbhagudi of the temple holds the temple’s significance. It is believed that the Linga was found in the first or second century BC.

The human shape is beautifully carved inside the boundaries of the linga, capturing the genuine essence of a Shiva linga. Compared to the Antarala and Mukhamantapa’s floors, the sanctum’s floor is at a low elevation. The belief that the Gudimallam Shiva Lingam is a manifestation of the Trimurtis, with Brahma at the base, Vishnu in the middle, and Shiva on top, is also an intriguing story to be told.

Gudimallam Temple History:

On the banks of the River Swarna Mukhi, in Gudimallam, is the 2600-year-old, revered Sri Parasurameswara Swamy Temple. Sri Parasurameswara Swamy Temple in Gudimallam is India’s first temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. “Tr-Murthies” Lord Brahma in Yaksha Roopam, “Lord Vishnu” in Parasurama Avatharam, and “Lord Shiva” in Purusha Linga Shape are shown in the temple’s elegant Eka-Sila statues. The Sanctum and the Gopuram, which were built in the shapes of a “Shiva Lingam” and a “Gaja Pushti,” respectively, are what give the temple its grandeur.

Due to the Main Deity of the Temple’s location being 6.0″ below ground level, the community was first known as “Gudipallam” and eventually changed its name to “Gudimallam” over time. The Main Deity is said to be touched by the waters of the River Swarnamukhi every 60 years. Three temples Sri Anandavalli (Parvathi Matha), Sri Valli Devasena Subramnay Swamy, and Lord Surya Bhagawan fortify the Temple’s grounds.

Numerous devotees are visiting the temple and receiving the blessings of the Lord, Parasurameswara Swamy since it is reputed to be famous for satisfying the healthful wishes of the disciples. By doing Swamy Abhishekam, people dealing with concerns like delayed marriage and childless couples might find relief. The most amazing thing that happens in the temple is when the Sun turns from the Utharayanam showering his beams on the feet of the Main Deity to the Dakshinayanam.

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Gudimallam Sri Parasurameswara Swamy Temple Darshan Time Today

Below are the details of the different poojas offered in Gudimallam temple along with prices.

Day Pooja Type Price Timings
Monday Rudrabhishekam Rs.500 7:00 am – 9 am
Tuesday Abhishekam Rs.500 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Thursday Sri Dakshinamurthy Abhishekam Rs.500 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Friday Shri Anandavalli Abhishekam and Kukumarchana Rs.500 10:00 am t0 12:00 pm
Sunday Sri SuryanarayanMurthy Abhishekam Rs.500 8:00 am to 9:30 am

The temple timings are from 6 Am to 6 pm from Monday to Sunday. It is recommended to arrive at the temple at least an hour before the closing time as the temple is located in a remote village. It is easy to hire an auto or a cab from Vadamalapet and travel via Papanaidupet.

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