Surendrapuri

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Surendrapuri is a religious tourism destination located near Hyderabad, India in the Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district. The 17-acre religious complex includes the Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam - India's first mythological museum, Panchamukha Hanumadeeswara Devasthanam (Hindu temple), Navagraha temples, Nagakoti idol, and Surendrapuri’s iconic two-sided Panchamukha Hanuman-Shiva statue.

Surendrapuri was designed and built by Satyanarayana Kunda and it was opened to the public from May, 2003. It is located 10 km from the Bhuvanagiri Railway Station and 2 km from the Yadadri Bus Terminal. Other popular tourist attractions near Surendrapuri are Yadadri’s Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, Bhongir Fort, and Kolanupaka Temple.

Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam[edit]

Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam, named after its creator, Satyanarayana Kunda, is an Indian mythological museum, inaugurated by the former Governor of Andhra Pradesh, Narayan Dutt Tiwari, in February, 2009. The 3 km pathway inside the Kaladhamam (museum) covers over 3,000 statues, sculptures, and structures, which fall into one of 4 categories: Temples of India, Epics of India, Puranas, and Saptalokas.

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Coordinates: 17°33′54″N 78°56′40″E / 17.56500°N 78.94444°E / 17.56500; 78.94444