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Pedakakani Sri Bramarambha Malleswara Swamy Temple in Guntur


Pedakakani Sri Bramarambha Malleswara Swamy temple is a famous 1000 years old Lord Shiva temple located in Pedakakani village, Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh State.

The temple lies just outside of Guntur city at a distance of just 10 km from Guntur on Guntur - Vijayawada highway road.

Pedakakani Bramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple Info:

Primary Deity Lord Shiva
Locale Pedakakani
District Guntur
State Andhra Pradesh
Pincode 522509
Phone 08632 556184
Festivals Maha Sivaratri & Shravan Purnima

The temple is just 26 km away from Vijayawada city.


Pedakakani Temple in Guntur

Sri Malleswara Swamy temple was first installed by Sri Adi Shankaracharya and was later renovated by Sri Krishnadevaraya.

The temple is famous among the devotees for Rahu Ketu Pujas. Many marriages are also performed here in this temple.

Languages Spoken at Pedakakani:

The native languages spoken by the local people at Pedakakani village are Telugu, Urdu and English.

Pedakakani Temple Rahu Ketu Pooja:

Pedakakani temple is very famous for Rahu Ketu pooja. You can check temple timings for more information on Rahu Ketu pujas.

Rahu Ketu Graha Puja Timings:

This Swayambhu ancient powerful Lord Shiva temple is known for Rahu Ketu Pujas. Devotees are allowed for Darshan after this pooja.

Everyday from 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Sunday evening at 4:30 P.M.
Tuesday from 3:00 P.M. onwards.

Note: The puja is also performed everyday during rahukalam period.

Rahu Ketu Puja Pedakakani Temple

Pedakakani Temple Rahu Ketu Pooja

How to Reach Pedakakani Temple:

By Bus:

Many APSRTC buses ply frequently between Guntur and Vijayawada and one can easily get down at Pedakakani village and reach the temple located just 1 km away.

By Train:

Pedakakani halt is the nearest local railway station located in Pedakakani village.

Alternatively, you can get down at Guntur Junction railway station or Vijayawada Junction railway station and from there, you can easily reach Pedakakani temple by roadways.

Pedakakani Sri Bramarambha Malleswara Swamy Temple in Guntur

By Air:

The nearest public domestic airport is present at Vijayawada at a distance of approximately 43 km from Pedakakani.

Pedakakani Sri Bramarambha Malleswara Swamy Temple

Pedakakani Temple Address:

Sri Malleswara Swamy Temple,
Pedakakani Mandalam, Guntur District,
Andhra Pradesh State, Pin Code: 522509.

Pedakakani Temple Photos


Pedakakani Temple Website:

There is no official website found for Pedakakani temple. But, readers can get some useful information from these very resourceful websites.
  1. guntur.nic.in/pedakakani_temple.html
  2. www.apendowments.gov.in/pedakakani
Pedakakani Temple Timings:

Morning Evening
5:00 AM to 1:30 PM 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Pedakakani Temple Timings

Food and Accommodation Facility:

As Pedakakani temple is very close to Guntur and Vijayawada cities, pilgrims can get good five star lodging and accommodation facilities in these cities.

Also, good local food and accommodation facilities are available at Pedakakani village itself.

Choultries:

Kanaka Durga Sadanam (A/C & Non A/C Rooms)
Siva Sadanam (Non A/C Rooms)

Kalyana Mandapams:

Sri Malleswara Swamy Kalyana Mandapam (Non A/C Rooms)
Marriage Halls (Non A/C Rooms)

Guntur Pedakakani Temple Entrance

Other Temples in Guntur District:

There are many famous temples in Guntur District attracting steady stream of tourists every year.

Some of the famous ones are mentioned here. Please visit these temples when you are in Guntur District. Distances mentioned here are from Guntur city approximately.

Pedakakani Temple Gopuram
  1. Mangalagiri - Panakala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple [25 km]
  2. Amaravati - Amaralingeswara Swamy Temple [32 km]
  3. Kotappakonda - Sri Trikoteswara Swamy Temple [62 km]
  4. Undavalli Caves - Ancient Hindu Cave Temples [32 km]
  5. Kanaka Durga Temple at Vijayawada [40 km]
Pedakakani Sri Bramarambha Malleswara Swamy Temple in Guntur

Pedakakani Temple Route Map:


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