At a distance of 1 km from Alampur Bus Station, Vishwa Brahma Temple in alampur, mahabubnagar, Telangana, India. It is the best safeguarded temple after Bala Brahma Temple among Nava brahma Temple. This Temple has great carvings all through the structure.
Arranged towards northern corner inverse to the historical Museum next to Vira Brahma Temple, architecture of this temple looks like that of Galaganatha Temple in Pattadakal. The temple brags a huge maha mandapa with 18 pillars took after by the scantum . Based on a raised stage, there is no mukha mandapa in this temple. Inward sanctum has a circumambulatory way for pradakshinas. The sanctum is upheld by four pillars with carvings of Ramayana scenes, Gandharvas, Lions, and so on. The roof has magnificent carvings of Nagabandha and lotus. The entryway of the sanctum has pictures of Gajalakshmi, Ganga and Yamuna alongside their vehicles Crocodile and Tortoise.
The circumambulatory way around sanctum has couple of good pictures of ducks with two heads. The pillars in the maha mandapa have alluring botanical outlines. Worked in nagara style, the vimana of the temple is in place and all around conserved.
The entryway of the fundamental passage has Garuda riding chariot. The external dividers of the sanctuary have some best craftsmanship. Rear of the sanctum has magnificently cut Bhagiradha performing compensation to convey Ganga to earth. There are a few pictures of Ruler Vishnu, Nataraja, Ganesha, Surya, Chandra, Gandharvas, Yakshinis, among others. The smaller than normal mandapas cut out on the external dividers are appealing. Larger part of the statues in these placeholders can be found in the historical center. There is additionally an intriguing cutting of two cranes conveying a tortoise.