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Srisailam Srisailam is located at . It has an average elevation of 409 meters (1345 ft).
Srisailam Tradition, literature as well as epigraphical sources state that the sacred hill of Srisailam has four gateways in the four cardinal directions namely,
Srisailam The town (as well as the mandal) of Srisailam is reputed for the shrine of Lord Mallikarjuna on the flat top of Nallamala Hills. It has played a dominant role in the Hindu religious, cultural and social history since ancient times. The epigraphical evidence reveals that the history of Srisailam began with the Satavahanas who were the first empire builders in South India. The earliest known historical mention of the hill, Srisailam, can be traced to the King Vasishthiputra Pulumavi's Nasik inscription of 1st Century A.D. Srisailam or Srisailamu () is situated in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is on the banks of the Krishna River about 212 km south of Hyderabad and 179 km from Kurnool. It is spelled as "Shrishailam".
There is a saying in Sanskrit about Srisailam :
Srisailam Besides the main gateways, there are four Secondary Gateways in the four corners:
Srisailam The Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga located in Srisailam is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Earlier, it was called Srigiri. The Bhramarambha Temple is also located in the same complex. It is considered as one of the eighteen Shakti Peethas in India. Bhramarambha is a very ferocious deity. Originally she was worshipped by the Chenchu people. However, during British rule, the temple was taken over by the Pushpagiri peetham forcibly with the help of the British Government ruling the Madras Presidency.
Srisailam Dam The dam was constructed in a deep gorge in the Nallamala Hills in between Mahabubnagar and Kurnool districts, above sea level. It is long, maximum height and has crest gates. It has a reservoir of . Project has an estimated live capacity to hold 178.74 Tmcft at its full reservoir level of MSL. The minimum draw down level (MDDL) of the reservoir is at MSL from its river sluice gates. The left bank underground power station houses reversible Francis-pump turbines for pumped-storage operation and the right bank semi under ground power station houses Francis-turbine generators.
Srisailam Dam Veligonda reservoir receives water by gravity through tunnels to irrigate lands in Nellore, Kadapa and Prakasam districts.
Srisailam Dam At present the initial inflows into Srisailam reservoir are stored excessively without using for power generation. The flood water fills the remaining empty Srisailam reservoir quickly and most of the flood water overflows into downstream Nagarjunasagar reservoir without being used for power generation. The endeavor shall be to fill the Nagarjunasagar reservoir fully with the uniform water released through the power generating units.
Cherukuri srisailam Cherukuri Srisailam was a reputed nadaswaram artist of Bapatla town which is in Guntur district. He learned nadaswaram in nidubrolu in his childhood along with Sheik Chinna Moulana.The Andhra Pradesh government and many artists associations has given many awards and recognitions to him. He was born to venkatappaiah and Raghavamma on 1924 and died on December 17, 2009 in Bapatla Government hospital at 9:00PM.News papers Eenadu and Saakshi has published his death news.
Srisailam Dam Tail pond dam /weir located 14 km downstream of Srisailam dam is under advanced stage of construction to hold the water released by the hydro turbines and later pump back in to the Srisailam reservoir by operating the turbines in pump mode. The weir portion got breached in November 2015 unable to withstand the normal water release from the hydro power stations.