Veerabrahmendra swamy temple for which the town is famous
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Kandimallayapalle is located 60 km away from Kadapa. It is well connected with roads. The preferable route from Kadapa to Kandimallayapalle is via Mydukuru. From Mydukur, the distance is 37 km. The nearest railway station to Brahmamgari Matam is Kadapa. Kandimallayapalle is 60 km from Kadapa. The nearest airport is Kadapa airport.
The Sri Pothuluri Veerabrahmendra Swamy Reservoir was named after Pothuluru Veerabrahmendra Swamy and is part of the Telugu Ganga irrigation project. The reservoir is also known as Sundupalli reservoir. Its foundation stone was laid by the late N. T. Rama Rao. The reservoir has a capacity of 17.73 tmcft. Along with the surrounding hills, the reservoir has become a popular tourist place. Boats are available for hire.
Narayana Swamy Ashramam
Bommu family members constructed a temple for Narayana Swamy in Obularaju Palle where they worshipped Narayana Swamy. In 2005 the village of Obularaju Palle was submerged in Brahmamsagar reservoir. The Bommu family members started a registered trust and then with accumulated funds began constructing a new temple. In 2008, the garbhagudi (the main area where Narayana Swamy's idol is present) was completed. Narayana Swamy is the ilavelpu (personal god) for the Bommu family and every year Bommu family members, relatives and other devotees come together to celebrate Swamy's utsava (festival).
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