Veyi Lingala Kona Temple Timings: 7.30 AM to 6.00 PM on all days.
Veyi means thousand, 1000 Shiva Lingas are carved on a single Stone.
Veyi Lingala Kona and is very near Sri Kalahasteeswara Swamy Temple, Sri Kalahasti. Veyi Lingala Kona is well known for its Waterfalls, a very peaceful tourist place close to Tirupati on the Sri Veyi Lingala Kona Hills. The water from the falls is believed to heal skin diseases. The meaning of the word Veyi Lingala Kona in Telugu is ‘the valley of the thousand lingas’. The perfect period to visit this Veyi Lingala Kona Waterfall is during the monsoon and the post-monsoon seasons.
This Veyi Lingala Kona is just 8 km east of Sri Kalahasti temple is found in a flamboyant attractive and serene place. Diving in these spellbinding falls is a delightful experience and hence travelers are often magnetized by the gushing waterfalls here. Another reason for visitors pouring in here is that the water from the falls is said to have possessed remedial characteristics. People believe that salvation can be attained just by dipping once in the waterfalls. Huge numbers of devotees gather here to celebrate Maha Shivratri and other shiva Festivals.
Veyi Lingala Kona (Waterfall):-
Veyi Lingala Waterfall is just half a kilometer from Sahasra Linga Temple. The cascading falls tempt each visitor and it is an enchanting experience to take a dip in these mesmerizing falls. People throngs here in large crowds since the water in this cascade has the unique properties of healing. The popular belief is that the dip in the waterfalls would fetch salvation.
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Other Nearest Temple:
Sri Kalahasteeswara Swami Temple
Bhakta Kannappa Temple
Sahasra Linga Temple
Sri Bhaktha Kanteswara Swamy Temple
Prasanna Varadaraja Swamy Temple
Sri Neelakanteswara Swamy Temple
Veyilingala Kona Waterfall
Sri Parasu Rameswara Swamy Temple Gudimallam