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During the course of his discussion with the then Endowments Minister of A.P., Sri Sagi Suryanarayana Raju, Srila Prabhupada pointed out that T.T.D.should take steps for propagating and reviving the message of Bhagavad-Gita, immediately on large scale. His Divine Grace said it is the only way to bring peace and harmony throughout the world. Since T.T.D. has the basic infrastructure it should work out some program and take the assistance of the devotees of the ISKCON to conduct vigorous preaching for the benefit of all.

On the 10 th April 1984, a small temple was inaugurated by installing the most beautiful ‘Archa Vigraha' if Sri Sri Radha Govinda.But now is a A HISTORICAL MONUMENT AT THE MOST FAMOUS RELIGIOUS PALCE IN INDIA-TIRUPATI. THE ABODE OF LORD SRI VENKATESWARA.

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This this the only temple in India where Lord Shiva is in maanava roopam i.e not as Linga . ABOUT 56 KM from Chennai, on the Tamil Nadu-Andhra Pradesh border, is a small village called Surutapalli, which houses the only "Sayana Sivan" (sleeping Siva) called Pallikondeswarar.

According to Sthalapurana , it is said that Asuras (demons) and Devas (Gods) decided to consume the nectar from Kseerabthi (the milk ocean) in order to live longer. Hence, they churned the ocean with the help of Vasuki (the celestial snake) and the hill Mandhara, with Gods on one side and demons on the other. Unable to tolerate the pressure, Vasuki spilled out the poison from his mouth.  The Gods and demons then approached Lord Shiva to save them from the harm of poison. Lord Shiva transformed himself into Vishabhakarana Moorthy and consumed poison. The situation was such that if Lord swallows the poison, the living creatures on the earth will die and if he does not, the Gods and Demons will be killed. He then started feeling little giddy. Fearing this, his consort, Goddess Parvati placed Lord’s head in Her lap and gently pressed His neck and the poison remained thus in His throat without affecting His body. Hence Lord Shiva got the name as ‘Neelakantha’ (‘Neela’- blue with poison and ‘Kantha’- throat) because of the accumulation of the poison in his throat and Goddess Parvati was called as ‘Amudhambigai’. On their way to Kailasa (Lord Shiva’s aboard), Lord Siva who was feeling little dizzy, rested on the lap of His wife for a while in the place where the village stands today. Hence the village got its name as Suruttapalli, Surutta meaning ‘Little dizzy’ and Palli meaning ‘Resting’.
Mr. K. S. Venkararama Raju, Chairman, Trust Board, Sri Pallikondeswara Swamy Devasthanam, Surutapalli, Dasukuppam Post, Nagalapuram M.D., Chittoor District Pin-517 588 (A.P.)
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Morning : 6.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
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Gudimallam is a small village located in Srikalahasti Mandal, of the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. It is seven miles away from Renigunta Railway Junction of considerable significance. Gudimallam is just 30-km east of Tirupati.Though a small village, historically it is very important, because it has a beautiful Siva Temple which is popularly known as "the Parasurameswara Temple."

The main importance of the temple lies in the Linga which is housed in the Garbhagriha of the temple. This is supposed to be the earliest Linga discovered so far and it has been assigned to the 2nd or 1st century B.C. The name of the temple is mentioned as Parasurameswara Temple in the inscriptions.


The floor of the sanctum is below the floor level of the Antarala and Mukhamantapa. The figure of Siva carved on the linga resembles a vigorous hunter. These two names however are not mentioned in the inscriptions. The village is referred as Viprapita (Brahmana Agrahara).

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