It is home to Sri Ganapeshwaralayam and Mukkanteswaralayam, the two Siva temples worked by the Kakatiya rulers amid twelfth and thirteenth hundreds of years. Kusumanchi was known as Krupamani in the Kakatiya period. These temples remain as declaration to the engineering abilities of the Kakatiya rulers. Ganapeshwaralayam is around 1.7 km from Kusumanchi Bus Stand.
This temple developed utilizing stone looking like thousand columns temple of Warangal in design.The Shiva lingam in the temple is three meters high with a sweep of two meters and it is one of the greatest Shivalingas in the state.The recorded temples have a striking similarity to celebrated Ghanpur and Ramappa temples of Kakatiya period in the Warangal locale.