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Sri Uma Rudra Koteswara Swamy Temple - Srikakulam


Sri Uma Rudra Koteswara Swamy Temple is in gudiveedhi (temple street) of Srikakulam Town near to Seven Road Junction.

It is one of the panchalinga kshetras consecrate by Lord Balarama around Srikakulam District when he's in search of a peaceful place for meditation during Mahabharata war.

This South Indian style Temple built with Red stone from Saalihundam, it is originally said to be built 5000 yrs ago, recent modifications was done in 1774.

The River Nagavali beside this Temple is said to be dug by Lord Balarama with his nagali hence It's called as Nagavali River.

As per references it is said to be kshetra palaka Temple for Sri Kurmam Temple.

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Place name                       : Sri Uma Rudra Koteswara Swamy Temple

Temple Timings              : 6 am - 11 am,  5 pm - 7:30 pm

Mostly preferred by        : Family's, Groups, Couples and Students

Festivals                            : Maha Shivaratri & Karthika Masam

Best time to visit             : Mornings and Evenings

Ideal Trip Duration Time  : 1-2 hrs

Transport                         : Srikakulam
                          Railways : Amadalavalasa "Srikakulam Road"(14 km)
                          Airways  : Visakhapatnam (109 km)

Accommodation             : Srikakulam

Nearest town/city          : Srikakulam

Networks Available       : Airtel,Cellone,Idea,Reliance,Vodafone,Unitech,Tata Docomo.

Near by Hospitals         : Srikakulam

Near by Police Station : Srikakulam

Near by Banks/atm's   : Srikakulam (All Major Banks)

Internet Availability     : Srikakulam

Pin code                          : 532001    
  
STD Code                       : 08942

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  10. Many schools have been established under the enlightenment of Swami to help children understand human values along with attaining academic excellence.

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