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Bhadrakali Temple

Bhadrakali Temple is a famous temple situated in the Warangal district of Andhra Pradesh. This temple is vsibsted by thousands of
Hindu devotees every year. This temple is known to be one of the oldest temples for Goddess Bhadrakali in India. This temple is
located on the banks of the Bhadrakali Lake.

The main deity is of Goddess Kali which is worshiped as Sri BhadrakaliAmmavaru among the locals. The temple is very ancient and built
by pachimaChalukyaIIndPulakeshi. The temple's main deity Goddess Bhadrakali's image is made in a 2.7x2.7 meters square stone facing
west with pleasant looking eyes holding weapons in her eight hands with Shiva under her feet. 'SreeChakram' and 'UtsavaVigrahas' of
Bhadrakali are placed in front of the main deity.

Sri Bhadrakalideity is shaped on Ekandashila(Single Stone Rock) statue is the great tradition and technique of Chalukya kings.
Ekandashila statue pillars were signifying the Chalukya rulers, at the same time big stone entry work with pillars were seen.  You
can also see the temples around the BhadraKali Temple such as Padmakshi temple, Sri ShirdiSai Baba, Sri Narasimhaswamy temple and Sri
PothuluriVeerabrahmendraSwamy temple.


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