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Temple History

Sri Aadi Varaha Swamy Devasthanam (Swamyambhu) is 600 years old ancient temple located near Kamanpur village of Peddapalli District on Peddapalli-Manthani road. The main idol is Sri Varaha Swamy an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Located adjoining Singareni open cast project amid thick greenery around, this is the only temple of Varaha Swamy in the country which is not installed in a sanctum sanctorum. The deity is found on a rock on a small hillock. Come rain or shine, the deity is worshipped in open by the devotees. This is the second Varaha Swamy temple in the country after Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), Tirupathi.

The specialty here is, there is no temple constructed for the deity. The main idol is situated openly. It is believed that the God does not allow any construction around him. When a devotee tries to construct the temple, the God in his dream not allowed him to build.

Local priests say that the temple emerged some 600 years ago when the incarnation was very small in the size of rat. However, over the years, the incarnation of the god had grown to a height of two feet. It is believed that the incarnation of the god grows every year slightly and it has hairs also.

Devotees from far flung places visit the temple shrine to offer special prayers such as abhishekhams and other rituals.

During the Sravana masam, the pilgrims visit in large numbers to offer prayers. It is believed that the presiding deity offers ‘varalu’ (fulfill the wishes) of the devotees and hence called as Aadhi Varaha Swamy.

 

Additional Information

Presently basic amenities are available near the temple. New rooms are under construction by the Telangana endowment board. Hotels and lodges are available in Peddapalli, Ramagundam and Manthani cities which are near to this temple.

Ugadi and Shravana Masa Pournami festivals are grandly celebrated here. Special poojas and homams are done on these days. Huge crowd of devotees participates on these occasions.

Peddapalli, Ramagundam and Manthani are the nearest cities to this temple, which are in 20 km distance to Kamanpur. This temple is very near to Peddapalli-Manthani road. TSRTC runs buses regularly to Peddapalli-Manthani.

Peddapalli railway station is 22.1 km and Ramagundam railway station is 20.1 km from the temple. Buses and autos are available from the bus stand and railway stations.

Hyderabad International Airport is 266 km from here.
  • Morning 6:30 am to Evening 7:30 pm
  • Contact Person: Temple Office
  • Contact Number: +91 9290571225
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