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Komuravelli Mallanna Jaathara festival

Komuravelli Mallanna Jaathara festival

Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple Komuravelli is popularly known as the temple of a Hindu temple on a hill in the village of Siddipet Komuravelli in the district of Komuravelli Mallanna, Telangana. The primary Goddess Mallanna or Mallikarjuna is the incarnation of Swami Lord Shiva. It is located near Siddipet on SH-1 Rajiv road. The god is also called Khandoba by the Maharashtrians. The temple is located 85 km from Hyderabad.

Komuravelli Mallanna Jaathara festival
Mallana is accompanied by his commerce Gaula Kethamma, Devi Ganga and Maddhamma, Goddess Parvati in the main temple. Ogu legend singers sing the story of Mallanna here The devotees pray to Mallana with the help of Ogu Pujaris, who draw a Rangoli in front of Lord Mallanna and Patnam (a form of prayer to God) in the verandah of the temple, inside the temple.

During Maha Shivaratri a large number of devotees come during the celebration of Pedda Patnam and before the Udayi Agni Gundalu come to the temple of Mallanna during the celebration of the festival. The festival season, known as Jatara, begins with the Sankranthi and continues till the time of Udayadi. A large number of devotees pray to the Gods on all Sundays coming between Sankranti and Ugadi.
Another temple is near Konda Pochamma Temple, which is visited by devotees going to the Mallanna temple.

Komuravelli Mallanna story

There is no written script for the story of Lord Mallana. Mallanna's story is sung in "Oug Katha". In this Ogu legend, Swami Mallanna married Devi Meddalma, who was facing situations laid down by her brothers. Goddess Medlalma is also called Bramerambika, who is the wife of Lord Shiva.
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