Hyderabad, Oct 7 :
Temples supposed to be the abodes of gods are not spared from the nature’s fury. Some Temples of historical importance are still submerged under water in the districts of Mahaboobnagar, Krishna and Guntur.
Alampur Temple in Mahaboobnagar district which is situated at the confluence of Tungabhadra and Krishna rivers, is a connoisseurs' delight for its unique architecture and splendour. This Temple is also known as Dakshina Kailasam, built by the Chalukyas is still submerged under water. According to reports reaching here water level in the Temple still stands at 5 to seven feet. Officials are only trying to pump the water out to make it available for the devotees. Alampur town in still reeling under flood waters with 6,000 people taking shelter in a school. The Kondaramaswamy and Shiva Temples at Beechupally in Mahboobnagar district were submerged for three days, the Vedadri Narasimhaswamy Temple in Jaggaiahpet mandal in
Krishna district was in deep waters for the last four days. The 1,100-year- old Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple at Mattapally in Nalgonda continues to be encircled by waters.