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RamaLingeshwara Swamy Temple

Keesaragutta Temple is a Hindu temple also known as Keesaragutta Ramalingeshwara Swamy Temple dedicated to Lord Siva and his consorts Bhavani and Sivadurga at Keesaragutta in Medchal-Malkajgiri district.

KeesaraGutta temple - It is about 30 km from Hyderabad and 12 km from ECIL. It is located on a small hillock. The temple draws up to lakhs of devotees on Shivaratri and karthika masam, Karthika Vana Bhojanam is celebrated here by devotees and their families in large numbers. Temple has below listed special Attractions along with Deep Green Forest Area.

  • 101 Shiva Lingas
  • Kesari Hanuman
  • Swayambhu Linga
  • Fortification walls & Yaga shala
  • Hillock water resource

Special Attractions

Hill Rock Water Resource

Nov. 12, 2019

Surroundings of Keesaragutta Temple. Many Remnants of Brick structures and Shiva Lingas were found on the Hill north of the temple and a hillock near the water resource. The remnants belonged to Chalukyan Empire reign. Fortification walls, Yaga shala and Prayer hall's were excavated here. Some Vestige remnants and rock cut cisterns were found on the hills as an indication of Jainism and Buddhism Flourished contemporarily

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History of KeesaraGutta

Nov 12, 2019

Keesaragutta is Pligrim & Tourism place near Hyderabad with interesting history. Hinduism at Keesaragutta during the time of Vishnukundins in 4-5th century. Since 60 to 70 years thatakam family is working hard to develop the temple, and they are the founder trustees of the temple now. .

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Temple Services

Pooja Programs

Sivaratri festival will be celebrated in a grand for 5 days. Temple will be crowded heavily during Karthika Masam. Special Poojas will be performed during Sravana Masam. Rudrabhishekam and Mahanyasa Rudrabhishekam will be performed daily.

Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri is an annual festival dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, and is particularly important in the Shaivism tradition of Hinduism. ... The main festival is called Maha Shivaratri, or great Shivaratri, which is held on 13th night (waning moon) and 14th day of the month Phalguna.

Vana Bhojanam

Family & Nature - Celebrating Vana Bhojanam or Kartika Vana Bhojanam.'Vanam' means loving Mother Nature, the forest. It is a kind of annual ritual, a picnic undertaken in Telugu speaking states Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in the month of Kartika Masam.

Let's start Auspicious month celebrations

Karthika Masam is most auspicious and sacred month for both Shiva and Vaishnava followers. It is believed that offering prayers to "Shivakesavas" particularly in this month brings luck and prosperity. Karthika Masam is the favorite month to Lord Shiva amongst all other months. An event like Vanabhojanam connects the modern society to nature

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Keesaragutta HillTop

  • Temple


    101-Shivalingas, Hanuman Statue, Deep Forest, Water Pond, Jainism Structures, etc

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