Sri Sri Veera Bhadra Swamy Devastanam Kuravi

Sri Sri Veera Bhadra Swamy Devastanam is located in Kuravi. Kuravi is a village and a mandal in Warangal district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.Kuravi/Korvi is around 70 km away from Warangal by train and is around 11 km away from the Mahabubabad town. It comes under Dornakal Assembly segments. Kuravi is unique for its culture. Lord Veera Bhadra Swami and Bhadrakali temple is famous in temple. So many Tribel and non-tribel people comes to temple to get blessings of the god. Maha siva rathiri festival is biggest event in Kuravi. Other festivals people celebrate in Kuravi are "Bathukamma", "Bonalu", etc. Villages under Kuravi mainly depend on crops like cotton and chilli.Every monday there will be a big cattle fair(angadi)in the village.Farmers from all places comes to purchase and sell their cattles.

About Sri Veera Bhadra Swamy

The Eldest son of Lord Shiva is Shri Shri Shri Veerabhadra swamy... His brothers are kala Bhairavar, Ganapathy, Karthikeyan and Swami Iyappan... The ultimate destroyer of ego... Agni Veerabhadrar Agora Veerabhadrar Sadma Veerabhadrar Kubera Veerabhadrar... Total 21 avathar... The Total beauty of deity Sri Sri Sri Veerabhdra swamy... unimaginable... he will be satisfied with water and vilva bhadram leaves... Please do perform Pooja during Ashtami thithi is very very important... your positive demands will be fulfilled... always be very careful while worshipping him... His important festivals are Mahasivarathri, Thiruvonam (Onam festival), Masi(Tamil month) Pooram (naksathiram)... let everyone blessed with lord veerabhadreshwar blessings... please chant always Om Shri Veerabhdresaya Namaha... subham...

History of the Temple

This temple is believed to be constructed by the famous ruler 'Bheema Raju' of Vengi Chalukya Dynasty and renovated by the Kakatiya ruler 'Betharaju-I. The reference of this temple has also made by the famous traveller 'Marko-Poli' as it stood as the capital of Vengi Chalukya Dynasty. The presiding diety is Lord Veerabhadra swamy is fierce looking Diety with three eyes and ten hands. The annual jathra Brahmotsavams will be celebrated during the mahasivarathri Festival.

BY BUS :Warangal->Gavicharla->Nekkonda->Kesamudram->Mahabubabad->Kuravi

BY RAIL :Warangal->Nekkonda->Kesamudram->Mahabubabad->Kuravi




PLACES NEAR BY: Mahabubabad

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