Yaganti Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Yaganti Temple is located in Kurnool district, Andra Pradesh, India. They followed the Vaishnavaite Traditions in building this temple. And was constructed by King Harihara Bukka Raya of the Sangama Dynasty in the 15th century by the Vijayanagara Empire. The history of the temple says that the sage Agastya wanted to build a temple for Lord Venkateswara. The sage of the temple was upset over this and performed a penance for Lord Shiva in the early days. When Lord Shiva in Yaganti Temple appeared and he said that the place suits Lord Shiva better as it resembles Kailash during the time of sage Agastya. Agastya in Yaganti Temple then requested Lord Shiva to give the devotees a Goddess Parvathi as Lord Uma Maheswara in a single stone carved were shiva obliged by that.
Nearest Transport to reach the Yaganti Temple :
- Airport – Tirupati Airport which is 280 km away.
- Railway Station – Nandyal Railway Station.
- Bus Station – Banaganpalli which is 11 km from Yaganti, Nandyala which is 48 km, Ahobilam which is 78 km, and Kuenool which is 76 km from the temple.