Madhaaya Temple in Gandikota is an old Hindu sanctuary situated at Gandikota Fort in Kadapa area of Andhra Pradesh, India. This old sanctuary built amid the fifteenth century is right now in ruins is as yet a religious goal due to the great Kakatiya compositional style reminiscent of the Vijayanagara period. Madhavaswamy Temple was worked in the brilliant time of Sri Krishna Deva Raya.
It is currently a verifiable landmark and is noted for the forcing sanctuary tower which can be seen from any edge of the town and the intriguing and perplexing figures of building esteem. The symbol of the sanctuary and numerous figures are demolished amid attacks however the elaborately beautified mandapa is as yet in place. The carvings of fish and tortoise seen inside the dwaram entrance recommends the sanctuary was previously a holy place committed to Mahavishnu.