At a separation of 218 kms from Hyderabad, 22 Kms from Kurnool, 126 Kms from Mahbubnagar and 200 kms from Srisailam, Alampur is a chronicled put situated in Mahbubnagar region of Telangana. Alampur is acclaimed for Jogulamba Temple a Shakti Peetha, Navabrahma sanctuaries and Sangameswara Temple worked in seventh century. Alampur is considered as the western door to the acclaimed journey town Srisailam. The sanctuary comprises of a few engravings dated in the vicinity of seventh and sixteenth hundreds of years. Alampur is one of the well known spots to encounter Telangana tourism.Situated on the banks of River Tungabhadra near where the powerful streams of Krishna and Tungabhadra blend, Alampur has rich authentic and journey significance.
According to history of this place, Lord Brahma, in the wake of losing his forces because of a scourge of a holy person, performed compensation for Lord Shiva. It is trusted that Lord Shiva showed up in nine distinct structures, therefore nine unique sanctuaries to praise each shape. The shivalinga in the primary sanctuary of Bala Brahma sanctuary is found as impression of a bull.Jogulamba Temple is exceptionally antiquated and one of 18 Maha Shakti Peethas of Goddess Shakti. This sanctuary is fifth Shakti Peetha speaking to Upper teeth part of Goddess Shakti. The present sanctuary of Jogulamba was worked in 2005 as the first sanctuary was demolished. The icons of Goddess were puts in Bala Brahmeswara sanctuary for 6 centuries.