Lepakshi Veerabhadra Swamy Temple
Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh 515331, India
About Lepakshi Veerabhadra Swamy Temple
Built in the 16th century, This Vijayanagara style temple comes with a profusion of carvings and paintings at almost every exposed surface. t is one of the centrally protected monuments of national importance.
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It is the largest district in the state by area. The name Anantapur was named after a big tank called Anantasagara which means “Endless Ocean”.Lepakshi, a village in Anantapur District famous for the temple of Vijayanagara architectural style, Monolithic Lepakshi Nandi, and Hanging Pillar, Monolithic Naagalingam.
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