Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy details, the temple at Inavolu village of Warangal district and Telangana state. it is one of the popular and ancient lords Shiva temples in south India. Inavolu mallanna temple dedicated to Mallikarjuna Swamy ho is believed to be an incarnation of lord shiva. The annual Maulana Jatra is celebrated with great enthusiasm at the temple.
Inavolu Mallanna Temple Mallikarjuna Swamy Jathara
The temple architecture with beautiful carvings designs on the pillars and the walls emphasize the religious importance the shrine had during their reign. The construction of this 11th-century temple was ordered by Sri Ayanna. kakatiya dynasty ruling time established mallikarjuna Swamy temple at inavolu.
The main attraction of the temple is 108 pillars put together in the form of a chariot. To reach involve take 11kms far way from Khammam highway, take the right turn and drive for 7kms. Temple opens from 6 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm time. The rich architectural carvings depicting the Kakatiya dynasty with 4 entrance gates and a Keerthi Toranam on the main entrance attract the devotees. temple popular considered as one of the historical temples of Shiva in this region.
Inavolu in Sanskrit is Aryapura, meaning ‘village of holy priests’ and there are villages with similar names even in Karnataka, says Rangachary. The Lord Mallikarjuna temple, also called Mallanna temple is famous and the temple festival is celebrated on Sundays and Wednesdays from Sankranti and Ugadi.
The rich architectural carvings depicting the Kakatiya dynasty with 4 entrance gates and a Keerthi Toranam on the main entrance attract the devotees. The religious event of historic Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy Jatara begins on Bhogi, the preceding day of the Sankranti festival and continues till Ugadi the Telugu New Year.
Inavolu Mallanna Jathara Celebration Bonalu
Keerthi Thoranas of Kakatiya period has been successfully restored at Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, located in Inavolu village. The Famous involve mallikarjuna Swamy temple illuminated to mark the beginning of brahmotsavalu at Warangal. Lord Mallikarjuna or Mallanna is worshipped as Mylarudeva along with his consorts Balija Medalamma and Golla Kotamma in this ancient temple.