About Temple & Deity

Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple situated at Komuravelli village is popularly known as Komuravelli Mallanna or Komrelly Mallanna.

The main deity of the temple is Lord Shiva in the form of Mallanna, along with his consorts Kethalamma (Golla Kethamma), Goddess Ganga, Medalamma, and Goddess Parvathi.

Story of Komuravelli Mallanna

The story of Mallanna is being explained in Oggu Katha for centuries. Mallanna married Medalamma (She is an incarnation of Goddess Bramarambhika), by facing conditions put up by her brothers.

Here is the simple brief about the story,

Mallanna wishes to wed Medallamma, but her brothers oppose it, insisting that she become a Bandari (the “Pasupu Kommulu” that are in Haseen and Hussain’s care in Macca Masjid).

Mallanna in search of a Bandari approaches Lord Shiva by doing a prayer. He was directed to Lord Ganesha by Lord Shiva. Mallanna visits Lord Ganesh and asks him about Bandari.

He is informed by Lord Ganesha that Mallanna’s sister “Yellamma” knows how to get it. Then, after visiting Yellamma’s house, Komuravelli Mallanna asks her about Bandari. It’s in Macca Masjid, according to Yellamma.

Mallanna is getting ready to head to Macca Masjid, but his sister “Yellamma” cautions him that because Macca is so far away and has a lot of power, it will be challenging to defeat them. And they kept these items in location that is unknown to anyone, whoever went there never came back.

Lord Shiva gave him a flying horse after hearing this Mallanna ask the gods for help. Mallanna rides this horse to the Macca Masjid. He takes his horse out from the Macca before entering.

And joins Malku Malloji because he enjoys talking; perhaps he spends many days or perhaps years doing so. The Muslims trusted him, they have entire faith in him and revealed Bandari’s identity to him.

Mallanna travels to his location. He is guarded by a snake with five heads. One day he took Bandari and tried to escape. Despite being chased by Haseen and Hussain, Mallanna manages to flee to the banks of the Ganga while posing as a black dog.

Goddess Ganga loses her right hand after clashing with the duo (Haseen & Hussain). Mallanna puts a stick as a symbol of her hand and decides to observe a ritual every year in memory of the goddess Ganga.

Then he returns to his hometown Komuravelli with the help of a flying horse. He gives a part of Bandari to Yellamma and finally, he gets married to Medalamma.

Komuravelli Temple Timings

Every day temple will be open for Lord Mallanna’s darshan from 4:30 AM to 12 PM and 3 PM to 8:30 PM.

Day Temple timings
Monday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Tuesday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Wednesday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Thursday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Friday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Saturday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Sunday 4:30 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM

 

Daily Sevas and Poojas Performed at Komrelly Mallanna Temple

Seva/Pooja Timings
Oggu Prathana 4:00 AM to 4:30 AM & 7:00 PM
Suprabhatam Seva 4:30 AM to 5:00 AM
Theertha Binde, Rudrabhishekam 5:00 AM to 6:00 AM & 7:15 PM
Darshanam 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM & 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Maha Nivedana 12:00 PM
Nivedana 08:00 PM

Komuravelli Jathara 2023

Every year, Komuravelly Mallanna Jatara is celebrated from Sankranthi and lasts till the Telugu New Year Ugadi.

In 2023 Komuravelli Mallanna Jatara begins on Sunday, 15th January, and Ends on Wednesday, 22nd March.

During the Shivaratri time, lakhs of devotees visit the temple and celebrate Pedda Patnam. Agni Gundalu is celebrated, on Sunday that is falling before Ugadi.

  • Pedda Patnam – Saturday 18th February
  • Kama Dahanam – Monday 6th March or Tuesday 7th March
  • Agni Gundalu – Sunday 19th March

*Dates are yet to announce. These dates are based on previous years’ Jatara celebrations.

Important Festivals

  • Sankranthi
  • Ratha Sapthami
  • Ugadi
  • Holi
  • Shivaratri
  • Dassehra

Sevas & Ticket Price at Komuravelli Temple

Devotees can offer prayer to Mallanna with the help of Oggu Pujaris. Pujaris draws a rangoli in the temple hall, the rangoli is called Patnam.

S.No. Seva Name Cost per Ticket (Rs.)
1 Muka Mandava Patnam 60
2 Najaru Patnam 40
3 Chaluka Patnam 30
4 Bonamu 5
5 Puttu Ventrukalu 20
6 Sri Swamy Vari Sannidhilo Abhishekham 600
7 Rudrabhishekhamu (Ardha Mandapamu lo) 160
8 Sri Swamy Vari Nitya Kalyanamu 516
9 Kunkumarchana 50
10 Harathi 10
11 Odi Biyyam 10
12 Palu Pattuta 10
13 Sigra Darshanamu 10
14 Athi Sigra Darshanamu 50
15 Tirugudu Kode 60
16 Lorry,Bus,Tempo,Jeep Pooja 100
17 MotorCycle,Vespa Pooja 40
18 Ganda Deepam 11
19 Nija Kodenu Kattuta 5
20 Gorre Kattuta 5
21 Tenkaya Rusumu 1
22 Haarati 5
23 Bogamulu : Laddu/Sharkara Pongali / Daddojanamu / Pulihora/ Annapuja 61

 

Accommodation at Komrelly Mallanna Temple

Komuravelli Mallanna Devasthanam Board is providing more than 200 rooms to stay. There are many private hotels & lodges available in this small town.

How to Reach Komuravelli

By Road:

The temple is very near to Hyderabad – Karimnagar highway. There are many TSRTC buses available to reach Komuravelli Mallanna Swamy temple from Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Warangal, Jangaon and Siddipet.

By Rail:

The nearest railway station is Secunderabad, connected by trains from all over India.

By Air:

The nearest airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad (around 145 km from the temple).

Temple Timings / Hours

Morning4:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Evening3:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Do you know Additional Information?

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Please let us know through the mail to sakalamblog@gmail.com, We will change it so other devotees will know the correct information.

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2 responses to “Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple (Komuravelli Mallanna Temple), Komuravelli”

    1. You can contact the temple office through the above phone number, but we recommend to visit the EO office directly.

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