Singarayakonda Temple | Prakasam district

Singarayakonda Temple| Prakasam district

Singarayakonda is a popular metropolis situated inside the Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh. The metropolis derives its name from the hill (Konda) which is said to be of the lion (Singha). It means that the shrine of Sri Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy who become an incarnation of Lord Vishnu lives in those hills. Another well-known appeal of the town is the temple of Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy who became a devotee of Lord Rama. The temple has an idol of Lord Hanuman who's known as Anjaneyaswamy as he became the son of Anjani. Other sights inside the town are the Ayyappa swami temple which located close to old singarayakonda.

Singarayakonda lies on the NH 5 which makes it easily handy from all of the important towns and states. You can take a taxi or use your very own conveyance in case you are coming through road. Singarayakonda is a railway station at the Chennai-Howrah railway line which connects the town with all important towns and towns like Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Vizag and Ongole. The nearest Airport to the town is at Gannavaram, Vijayawada.