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Chandrakala Parameshwari Temple

Chandrakala Parameshwari Temple is a 1,200 year old temple situated at Hongunta in Shahabad Taluk of Gulbarga District. This ancient temple was built by the Chalukyas who ruled the region. The presiding deity of the temple is goddess Shakti, also called as Chandrakala Parameshwari. Hindu traditions underline that Shakti is the mother goddess, the source of all, the universal principle of energy, power or creativity. People throughout the country come here to pay their obeisance to Goddess Chandrakala Parameshwari. The merging of the Bhima River and Kagina River here is beautiful to behold. Sangamnath Temple and Benki Thatha's Shrine are nearby. Hyderabad Airport is the nearest airport. Gulbarga Railway Station on the Mumbai-Bangalore main line is the nearest major railway station.

Updated on 5th January, 2016
District: Gulbarga

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