Srisailam is a Jyothirlingam located in Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh. It is about 212 km from Hyderabad and 132 km from Nandyal.
Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple

Sri Mallikarjuna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deities Shiva and Parvati, located at Srisailam in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is significant to the Hindu sects of both Shaivam and Shaktam as this temple is referred to as one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva and as one of the eighteen Shakti Peethas of goddess Parvati.
Bramarambha Temple

The temple of Bhramaramba Devi is located back to the Mallikarjuna Swamy temple at a higher level. The idol of Bhramaramba is in the form of Maha Lakshmi. An idol of Lopamudra, the wife of Agastya, is present in the Garbha griha. A Sri Yantra is present in front of the Garbha griha.
Srisailam Dam

Srisailam Dam is constructed across the Krishna River in Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh near Srisailam temple town and is the 2nd largest capacity working hydroelectric station in the country.
Pathala Ganga

Pathala Ganga is the sacred place in the backwaters of River Krishna. This is the place where devotees can have a holy dip in the river Krishna. Steps and iron chains are provided for the devotees to hold onto to protect themselves from the strong force of the river. From this place, you can get a glimpse of the wide reservoir and the magnificent mountains spread with the lush green Nallamala forest.

Sikharam is a holy spot and the highest peak of Srisailam located at a height of 2830 feet above the mean sea level and at about 8 km from the main temple. A famous verse from the Skanda Purana reads: “Srisaila Sikharam Drustva Punarjanma Na Vidyathe”; which means, “a mere glance of this Sikharam frees the human soul from re-birth”. There is a temple in an ancient stone structure dedicated to Sri Veera Shikara Swamy, also known as Sikhareswara Swamy.
Mallela Theertham

Mallela Theertham is a waterfall located in the Nallamala Forest in Nagarkurnool, Telangana, India. The River Krishna flows through this forest. It is located around 58 km from Srisailam and 185 km from Hyderabad.
Akka Mahadevi Caves

Akka Mahadevi caves is one of the few cave temples in India, considered remarkable for its exotic location. A visit to Akkamahadevi caves is considered an unforgettable experience, in the backdrop of the backwaters of the Srisailam reservoir.
Uma Maheshwaram Temple

Umamaheshwaram is also known as Maheshwaram and Umamaheshrum is a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva in Telangana, India. Umamaheshwaram is the northern gateway of Srisailam one of the jyotirlingas. It is mentioned in many Vedas that a visit to a Srisailam without Umamaheswaram is incomplete. It is atop the hill properly covered by huge trees.
Sakshi Ganapathi Temple

Sakshi Ganapati Temple is located on the way to Srisailam. Amid the panoramic background of nature, this temple is located just a few km away from the Shikaram.
Phaladhara Panchadhara

These streams are known as ‘Phaladhara-Panchadhara’ and these signify their origin from the forehead of God Siva, the Phaladhara, and denotes the five aspects of Siva, the Panchadhara. The water from this stream flows at all seasons uninterruptedly.
Best Time To Visit Srisailam

The best time to visit the famous hill station, Srisailam, is from the month of November till the month of March. These months offer pleasant weather, which is ideal for carrying out different outdoor activities. Different festivals are celebrated with enthusiasm during this period. The summer months offer hot weather with the temperature sometimes soaring up to 45°C. 

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