About Sri Umakotilingeswara Swamy Sri Sitarama Swamy Temple
A verifiable and religious pearl, Sri Umakotilingeswara Swamy Sri Sitarama SwamyTemple is an ideal case of antiquated Indian engineering. The sanctuary is arranged in Kotilingalarevu and was worked in the tenth century that houses Lord Kotilingeshwara as the principle god. Encompassed by washing ghats, the sanctuary is viewed as one of the Shakti Peetha destinations; it is situated at a ship point from where one can cross the waterway Godai. The heavenly holy place holds most extreme centrality in Hinduism, and it is said that taking a dunk in the sacred waters can wash away one's transgressions. The fundamental attractions of this celestial withdraw, other than the rich greenery and a virtuous quiet climate, are the life-estimate Shivlinga that measures 108 ft which are the tallest of its kind on the planet. The monstrous figure is joined by a 35 ft tall Basava, encompassed by lakhs of littler shivalingas sprawling over a zone of fifteen sections of land.