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Amaravati Temple Timings: In Andhra Pradesh State one of the famous temple is Amaralingeswara Swamy temple located at Amaravathi (Amararama) in Andhra Pradesh. This Amaravati lord Shiva is called as the Amareswara Swamy or Amaralingeswara Swamy. Amaravati (Amaravathi temple) small town located on the banks of the Krishna river. Amaravati temple is one of the Pancharamas.  The other four of Pancharama temples are Kumararama, Draksharama, Ksheerarama and Bheemarama. Temple timing of Amaravati is morning 06:00 A.M to 21:00 (09:00PM). Amaravati temple abhishekam timings are Early Morning Sections. Every day afternoon 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM temple closed this time.

Amaravati temple address and Amaravati Temple Timings

Amaravati Temple Timings

Form vijayawada to amaravati temple distance is around 40 KM by rood. APSRTC buses available from the Vijayawada Bus stand to Amaravathi gudi. And distance from guntur to amaravathi temple distance is 32 KM. Guntur Bus Depo also running the busses between guntur to amaravathi. For detailed address Amaravathi is Amaravati Shrine,Guntur District, Amaravathi, Andhra Pradesh 522020. Contact or phone number is 086452 55241. Amaravati Temple Timings are 06:00 Am to 09:00 PM Every day.

Amaravati temple history and information in telugu

Full detailed about amaravati temple in telugu language check on the website amaravathi temple history in Telugu Wikipedia page in that page total information in Telugu available. In Olden days Amaravati called as the Dhanyakataka/Dharanikota.  One of the excellent Buddhist stupa, built in pre Mauryan times located these place. Shiva Linga is 15 feet tall, linga originally called Ayaka Stambha or an Ayaka pillar, and which was later consecrated as a symbol of the Shivalinga. Architecture of this temple is a perfect example of the Dravidian style.

Amaravati Temple Timings

There is a wealth of inscription on its walls by Kota chiefs of Amaravati, and one by Krishandevaraya on the erection of a mantapam here. On a pillar in the Mukhamantapa, the wife of Proli Nayudu, dependent of Koppara Kesanivarma, has left an inscription. Temple consort of Lord Amareswara Swamy is Bala Chamundika. Every year Maha Shivaratri of ‘Magha Bahula Dasami’ festivals are celebrate this temple.