At a distance of 1 km from Alampur Bus Stop, Kudala Sangameshwara Temple is the most radiant of the temple at Alampur, Mahbubnagar, Telangana. It was worked in 740 AD by Chalukya ruler Pulakesi II.
The temple was initially situated at the point where Tungabhadra and Krishna Rivers were blended, 10 kms far from the flow site. The temple was destroyed and fabricated precisely shake to-shake in the present site in 1979, as the first site was getting submerged because of the development of Srisailam Dam.
The Sangameswara Temple is a superb structure with wonderful carvings on all corners. Worked in Nagara style, the temple is based on a lifted stage with braced divider around the sanctuary. The sanctuary has got extensive lobby with 12 pillars took after by the sanctum. There is a circumambulatory way around the sanctum for pradakshinas. The roof has a substantial alleviation of Nagaraja, as observed in other Chalukya Temple. The Pillars in the lobby have pleasantly engraved pictures of Lord Vishnu, Brahma and Kumaraswarmy and heavenly couple.
The front side of external divider has carvings of Ardhanareeswra and Ganesha. The entryway has the pictures of Ganga and Yamuna. The sides of the external divider has pleasantly cut Siva executing evil spirit, Harihara, Manmadha, Yama, Shiva with 18 hands (like the one seen in Badami caverns). All the four corners of the sanctuary have crocodile carvings. You can see a human figure inside crocodile mouth in One of the corners. The human figure shows up uniquely in contrast to each side, as kid, youth and senior individual. The external dividers of cross section windows have perfectly cut Toranas.
This is dynamic temple with customary pujas being performed. There was a Marakata Linga found underneath the fundamental shivalinga while moving the temple from the first site.
There is a little place of worship of Lord Venkateswara on the left half of the principle entrance. There is a Big Nandi mandapa inverse to the temple. There are a few engravings on the mainstays of the temple. Additionally, there is a column close Nandi mandapa with engravings.
Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM