Vaadapalli

#4 of 11 things to do in Nalgonda

The temple town of Vaadapalli/Wadapalli sits where the two mystical beauties of Krishna and Musi converge. This very physical attribute of its location itself has attracted many tourists who come in awe to look at the two rivers join at an L-shape. Right at the mouth of this convergence stands the renowned temple of Sri Laksmi Narasimha Swamy Temple whose presence is buttressed with religious relics of its own. It is believed that Lord Vishnu himself appeared in front of Vyasa Bhagwan at Vaadapalli in the incarnation of Lord Narasimha and thus the worshipped form here is that of Lord Narasimha. Sri Meenakshi Agateswara Swamy temple is another famous temple here which was commissioned under the rule of Kakatiya rulers way back in the 12th century. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and features a commanding characteristic of a large fissure above the Shiva Lingam. Vaadapalli also houses some of the known mosques within the region namely Masjid-E-Sara-Meer-Alam mosque and the Qutub Shahi mosque. 

If you are ever presented with an opportunity to visit Vaadapalli during the auspicious time of Maha Shivratri, it is a chance that one should not miss. The festival is celebrated with a lot of joy and pomp is a central part of the life of the temple town. 

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