Category:Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi

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English: The place is renowned as the repository of the best mural paintings of the Vijayanagar Kings. Veerabhadra temple is a notable example of the Vijayanagar style of architecture. A reference is made in the 'Skandapurana' to Lepakshi as one of the hundred and eight important 'Shaiva Kshetras' (shrines). Though the temple of Veerabhadra is claimed to have been constructed by Saint 'Agastya' himself, it was developed into the present exquisite shrine by 'Virupanna', the treasurer of the Vijayanagar Kings. He conceived the idea as he found the image of Veerabhadra.
Veerabhadra Temple 
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Hindu temple in Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh
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Instance ofHindu temple,
temple
LocationLepakshi, India
Heritage designation
  • Monument of National Importance
Authority control
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13° 48′ 07.2″ N, 77° 36′ 36″ E

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