Located in the Guntur district, Mangalagiri is a town synonymous with the gorgeous sari of the same name that is made here. Mangalagiri is also worth visiting for its magnificent Laxmi Narasimha Temple. Built in the Dravidian style of temple architecture, it has an unusually long gopuram and the deity here is supposed to have presented himself as Thotadri. The temple is one of the pancha Narasimha kshetras
Mangalagiri translates to The Auspicious Hill (Mangala = Auspicious, Giri = Hill) in the local language. It was derived from the name Thotadri. During Vijayanagara Kingdom, it was also known as Mangala Nilayam
The nearest airport is Vijayawada which is 31 KM away.
You can easily get regular trains to Mangalagiri from other major cities of the country.
There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Mangalagiri.
Best time to visit is from January to December.
Timings: 7.00 am To 3.30 pm
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