Mantralayam is a pilgrim village located in Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh, India. It lies on the banks of the Tungabhadra river on the border with neighboring Karnataka state.
Samadhi Temple

Samadhi Mandir is the Hindi name for a temple commemorating the dead, which may or may not contain the body of the deceased. Samadhi sites are often built in this way to honor people regarded as saints or gurus in Hindu religious traditions.
Manchalamma Temple

Mantralayam was earlier known as Manchali, which was named after the deity Manchalamma worshipped here. Legend has it that Raghavendra Swamy requested the land required for the Brundavan temple in Mantralaya from Manchalamma and hence devotees are first supposed to visit the Manchalamma temple before visiting Sri Raghavendra Swamy temple.
Panchamukhi Anjaneya Temple

Panchamukha is a Sanskrit word meaning 'five-faced'. Most of the Hindu deities are shown as having several faces. The Pancha mukha hanuman is the rare idol of Hanuman.
Alampur Temple

Alampur Navabrahma Temples include nine temples dedicated to Shiva. These temples date back to the 7th century A.D and were built by the Badami Chalukyas rulers who were patrons of art and architecture.
Venkateswara Swamy Temple

Venkateswara Temple is a landmark Vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala. Bhuvaraha Swamy Temple is the temple dedicated to Varaha an incarnation of Vishnu.

Bichali also spelled as Bichchali is a village near Gillesugur village in the Raichur taluk of Raichur district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Bichali was previously called Bhikshalaya.
Narasimha Swamy Temple

The small historical town of Magalagiri in Guntur district, Andhra has a famous temple in the foothills dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is in the avatar of Narasimha. The other well-known temple being Sri Panakala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple on the near-by hill.

Urukunda village is in Kautalam Mandal, Kurnool district near the Karnataka border. There is a big Peepal tree in the village under which there are two idols one of Veerabhadra Swamy and the other of Narasimha Swamy.
Best Time To Visit Mantralayam

The best time to visit this peaceful and holy city of Mantralayam is from the month of October till the month of March. During this time the weather remains pleasant and all kinds of tourist activities can be enjoyed. Mantralayam experiences extremely hot and humid summers but devotees still plan their trips during this time to seek blessings of different deities.  Sporadic showers mark the beginning of monsoon season, thereby helping in decreasing the temperature of the city. By planning a trip during this time, rain lovers can enjoy the beauty of this region. 

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