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You can Book room at srisailam in Reddys Satram,Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy Nilayam, Devanga Satram, Velama Satram, Sagara Uppara Satram and Gandla Satram.
Terms & Conditions:
a) Piligrims from any community can book rooms in any satram.
b) Rooms can be booked online at our website.
c) You will get confirmation receipt to your email id.
d) Primary Occupant Has To Submit ID Proof at the counter during Checkin.
e) Show Confirmation receipt At The Counter For Room Allotment.
f) A refundable Caution deposit of one-day rental is to be paid at the counter during check-in.
g) Extension Of Rooms is Subject to Availability Of Room.
h) Rooms will be alloted only between 9AM to 8PM.
i) CHECK-OUT time is 23 hours.
j) Rooms Once Booked can't be Cancelled/Exchanged/Refunded.
k) Alcoholic Devotee are strictly not allowed & Alcohol Consumption Strictly Prohibited.
l) Calls will be attented from 9AM to 8PM.
m) Unmarried/Unrelated couples/Single Devotee are strictly not allowed.Refund will not be given in such case.
Srisailam is a holy town and mandal, situated in Nallamala Hills of Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located on the banks of River Krishna, about 232 km south of Hyderabad. Bhramaramba Mallikarjunaswamy Temple dedicated to Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy (a form of Shiva) and Devi Bhramaramba (a form of Parvathi) is located here and it is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Srisailam Dam, located about 245 km from Hyderabad and 132 km from Nandyal, is a multipurpose dam has been built across River Krishna and caters to the irrigation and power needs of the state.
The Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Temple located in Srisailam is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Lord Shiva.Entrance to Srisaila Devasthanam.
The origins of this temple have been lost in antiquity. The Skanda Purana has a chapter called Srisaila Kandam dedicated to it, which points to the ancient origin. This is confirmed also by the fact that saints of the past millennia have sung praises of this temple. It is said that Adi Sankara visited this temple and at that time he composed his Sivananda Lahiri.
Srisailam is referenced in the ancient Hindu Puranas, and the epic Mahabharata. Shiva's sacred bull Nandi is said to have performed penance at the Mahakali temple till Shiva and Parvati appeared before him as Mallikarjuna and Brahmaramba. The temple is one of the 12 hallowed jyotirlingas; Lord Rama himself installed the Sahasralinga, while the Pandavas lodged the Panchapandava lingas in the temple courtyard.
Heroic legends from the Mahabharata and Ramayana are sculpted in stone on the temple walls and the Mahabharata epic refers to Srisailam as Sri Parvata - the blessed hill. You can hear the buzzing of a bee through a tiny hole in the Brahmaramba temple, where Parvati, in the form of a bee, slew the demon Mahisasura.
It also gained prominence in the twelfth century due to Sharana Movement and Vachana Sahitya headed by Basavanna. According to legends one of the srisailam caves is said to be the place where the most famous poet and social reformer Akka Mahadevi is said to have achieved salvation.