Rama Giri

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Rama Giri temple has an 800 year history, dating from the 12th Century. It is located near the Dhundhubhi River (part of the Krishna River) in Raghupathi village, Kalwakurthy Mandal, Palamoor District (also known as Mahbubnagar) in Andhra Pradesh, India.

Lord Ganesha, Lord Sri Venkateswara, Lord Sri Rama, Lord Narasimha, Lord Shiva and Mata Mahishasuramardini are venerated in the Ramagiri temple. The temple is in such poor condition that poojari can perform pooja on main occasions only. Ramagiri Utsav has been stopped, which used to happen during Magha Masam.

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