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Buggamalleswara Swami Temple in Daida, a place to peace.

Bugga means water spring and here the water flows from underneath the God Shiva seated in the form of lingakara . The big water stream is covered with the small temple which is believed to be built during the times of lord Parasurama.

As it is only half kilometer from the nearby village Daida, the village people, farmers, herdsman and shepherds would hang out here most. As small small springs available in the flat red rock beds there is no dearth of water for quenching their thirst. the construction done for channeling the water into the square pond through Nandeeswara mouth (sacred animal for Hindus) and delivers out into another stream that runs in the small valley up to Krishna River on the bank of which again God Shiva meditating in a cave has been an amazing site for the devotees who comes there. one can happily take their food there, bath in the pond, play around, eat in over the rocks, meditate or rest and can return with refreshed minds. the only drawback is there is no smooth road facility through the village that needs proper attention.

Anyway, I am proud to say it is in my village.

—Anjana Lahuri.


I am Anjana Lahuri. I work in Taxes

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