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About Durga Bhavani Edupayalu Temple Telangana

Edupayalu Temple is a famous shrine. The shrine is located in the forest at Nagsanpalli in the Papannapeta Mandal of Medak District in State of Telangana. It is located at a distance of 14 km from Medak district. Here Goddess Durga is seen as an incarnation of Mahashakti.

Jyothirlinga Edupayalu is located in the village of Edupayalu, Mandal in Medak District. It is one of the famous Jyothirlingas of Telangana. It is believed that Lord Durga once visited this place and worshipped it. There is a temple built here where she offered her worship to Jyothirlinga Edupayala which has been preserved till date. The Jyothirlinga Edupayalu Temple Durga Bhavani in Telangana is one of the most important temples in Telangana. It is situated at a distance of 32 km from Hyderabad and can be reached by road. Every year on the day of Maha Shivaratri, thousands of people visit this temple to offer their prayers to the Goddess Durga. The temple complex consists of a main shrine, a mandap and a temple tank where devotees can take a holy dip before they leave.

Millions of people from Telangana, Karnataka and Maharashtra visit this edupayalu temple. The place derives its name from the fact that the river Manjeera splits into tributaries at a place called Edupayalu. The place is described in the Mahabharata. The Manjeera River plain still looks gray. Millions flock to the fair, which is held at seven streams. It is said that Garutmantu brought the Ganges here to bless the serpents as all the species of serpents were sacrificed to the serpent. For this reason, Manjeera is also known as ‘Garuda Ganga’. Devotees bathe in this Ganga and visit the vendors to pay their dues.

Temple Official Website: http://edupayalavanadurgatemple.org/

Yedupayalu Temple
Edupayalu Temple Front
Monkey Eating Laddu at Edupalu
Monkey Eating Laddu at Edupalu

Edupayalu Temple Ammavaru Statye featyre

They are in the form of Durgamata, which is carved with black stone. The serpent has a predominance of space.

 Ammavaari Jatara Fair

The Edupayala Jatara is held every year on Mahashivaratri. Devotees come from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra. They bathe in the river Manjeera and visit Amma. Due to the fact that the fair has been held here for decades, the state government organizes the Edupayala Jatara as an official festival in view of the prestige of the temple and the faith of the devotees.

History

Edupayalu Temple, built in the 12th century, is one of the most famous and powerful pilgrimage destinations in the region, dedicated to Goddess Kanakadurga. It is a picturesque shrine nestled amidst lush greenery and natural stone structures inside the den. This place represents the confluence of seven riverlets into the Manjeera River and hence the name Edupayala, meaning seven (seven) and streams (streams). The destination attracts around 30 lakh devotees every year not only from the state of Telangana but also from the neighboring states of Karnataka and Maharashtra.

According to legend, Maharaja Parikshit (grandson of the great warrior Arjun of the Mahabharata) performed a “serpent yagna” to escape a curse. While transporting the snakes used in the Garuda, Eagle, Yajna, it is said that their blood fell in seven different places and in the places where the blood was spilled. During the recent construction of the bridge, a layer of ash was found beneath the Manjeera River bed.

The temple is also famous for the three-day grand affair Jatara (Fair) which is celebrated on the occasion of Shivratri in the month of February. Hundreds of devotees set up their makeshift tents around the Vana Durga Bhavani temple in Edupayala, setting the stage for a three-day event that will attract 5-day pilgrims. During the monsoon season, the river water rises and reaches the feet of the Goddess and thousands of devotees come to Edupayala to witness this amazing event.

Facilities

There are many facilities here for the devotees who come to visit Edupayalu Temple, except for road transport, the other transport facilities are not very good. If not, those who come can spend some time after darshan and rest. Otherwise, there is also a Haritha hotel of the Telangana government here. Many people visit this Edupayalu temple to visit the vendors, pay obeisances and come with their families for picnics.

 

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How to Reach:

By Air

The nearest airport to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad (146 km from Medak) is 19.5 km from Medak to Edupayala, and buses / taxis are available from Medak to the destination.

By Train

Medak has no railway station. The nearest railheads to Medak are Akkannapeta (19.1 km) and Kamareddy (60 km). Taxis / cabs and buses are also available from the railway station to reach Medak. The distance from Medak to Edupayala to reach Edupayala Temple is 19.5 km and buses / taxis are available from Medak to the destination.

By Road

There are regular buses to Medak, which is run by the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC), which connects Hyderabad, Warangal, Siddipet, Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Sangareddy. Buses are available from all major towns and cities to Medak. The distance from Medak to Edupayala to reach Edupayala Temple is 19.5 km and buses / taxis are available from Medak to the destination.

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