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Bhavanarayana Swamy Temple

Bhavannarayana swamy Temple, located in the heart of the Bapatla, is one among the oldest temples of Andhra pradesh. Bhavanarayana Temple had been constructed by the great king Krimikantha Chola in 1465 and was restored by Raja (King) Vasireddi Venkatadrinaidu of Amravati kingdom in 1856. This temple has been preserved for years by the archeological department of India.

49 kilometer from Guntur, Bhavanarayanaswamy temple at Bapatla is devoted to Lord Bhavanarayana swamy, who came to be called Bapatla with time. it is the foremost ancient and famous temples of all the temples in Guntur District and is of large historical and architectural importance. One amongst the oldest temples in Guntur District. Bhavanarayana Temples Gopuram was designed from one rock. It is believed to be 1500 year previous, and a few of the inscriptions on the wall square measure in Telugu script that was still evolving at that point.

Chariot festival in summer wont to be heap of fun and customary individuals will participate by pull the Lords Chariot up to Anjaneyaswamy temple and back. It is still a fact that several people (saints, seekers, sadhakas, devotees and customary people) feel some unknown power, calmness, peace within the Bhavanarayana swamy Temple. This Bhavanarayana swamy Temple is alleged to belong to Mauryan amount and also the presiding immortal is Bhavanarayanaswamy. The Baptla city was conjointly referred to as Bhavapuri during the time of Mauryan Empire.

The Temple was built by Chola kings 1500 years ago in stone. The Galigopuram was built 200 years ago by Jamindar of Challapalli Sri Raja Vasireddi venkatadri Naidu in Brick and mortar. On 23 Oct 2011 this Galigopuram structure collapsed. But the Rock built anicient temple is intact and the Archeological Survey of India has renovated the strucutres in Dec 2011.

How to Reach Bhavannarayana swamy Temple

Bapatla (formerly called Bhavapuri, Bhavapatla)

Bapatla mandal, Guntur district, Andhrapradesh state. 64 km from Guntur to Bapatla.

By Rail the nearest railheads are Tenali and Vijayawada. A good network of connect Vijayawada to Bapatla.